McGill graduates, spouses and friends are cordially invited to a Fall Luncheon. Professor Wolfe will present a lighthearted overview of the changes in community planning from her early days as a planner to the present. Please RSVP by November 15.
Adaptive radiation and the evolution of resource specialization in experimental populations of Pseudomonas fluorescens
Craig MacLean, Biology, McGill
Rhoda Kagan, McGill
Neil Ruderman, Boston University School of Medicine
Gerald Batist, McGill
Featuring choirs from McGill (Chamber Singers), Lethbridge, Guelph, Ottawa, Toronto and Laurier. Works by Mahler, Brahms, Sisack, Hambaeus (McGill Faculty of Music, 1972-95), Nystedt and Sandstrom, as well as two world premieres - a new work by Britain's Giles Swayne and "Spell of the Rose," by Canadian Craig Galbraith.
David Eidelman, McGill
Guest speaker: Bernard J. Shapiro, Principal and Vice-Chancellor Emeritus of McGill, and the first Ethics Commissioner of Canada (he was named to the position in May 2004). Dr. Shapiro has published frequently on curriculum, public policy in education, the development of logical thinking in young people, and educational research and methodology. His distinguished career in academics spans over 35 years and includes honorary degrees from 11 universities around the world.
Karaoke night at Thomson House