OSE Breakfast Club: Hope in the Anthropocene: Empowering Students in Sustainability Education

Tuesday, November 28, 2023 10:00to11:00

Hosted by the Office of Science EducationBuilding 21, 651, rue Sherbrooke O, Montreal, QC, CA/oseCategory: Faculty of Education Environment Sustainability Faculty of Science Teaching and learning

How do temperature extremes influence the distribution of species?

Published: 14 November 2023

As the planet gets hotter, animal and plant species around the world will be faced with new, potentially unpredictable living conditions, which could alter ecosystems in unprecedented ways.

OSE Breakfast Club: Supporting Motivation and Engagement in Chemistry

Thursday, November 16, 2023 12:00to13:00

Hosted by the Office of Science Education/oseCategory: Dept. of Chemistry Faculty of Science Teaching and learning

$3.75 M for new Global Climate Center on AI and Biodiversity Change

Published: 18 September 2023

NSERC Alliance Grant supports McGill-led Canadian team, new global climate center on AI for biodiversity change

Physics Teaching Assistant Training

Thursday, September 7, 2023 18:00to20:30

Host: Department of Physics & the Office of Science Education...

Computer Science Teaching Assistant Training

Wednesday, September 6, 2023 17:30to20:00

Host: School of Computer Science & the Office of Science Education...

Chemistry Teaching Assistant Program (Chem TAP) Kickoff

Tuesday, September 5, 2023 17:00to19:00

Host: Department of Chemistry & Office of Science Education...

Searching for signs of alien life in our own solar system

Published: 13 July 2023

Scientists have long been captivated by the possibility of discovering evidence for extraterrestrial life in the universe. While many of the world’s largest telescopes are pointed toward distant...

Sustainability in research: Six McGill labs receive My Green Lab certification

Published: 18 May 2023

As McGill prepares to launch its own sustainable lab certification program, six research teams tested the waters to see what it takes to go green....


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