The Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital is hosting a Sensory Soirée.
The Neuro’s next film hosted by Dr. Angela Genge is “Remember the Titans”.
Our next movie in the Neuro Film series is Rain Man (1988). A comedy-drama of an abrasive and selfish yuppie, Charlie Babbitt (Tom Cruise) who discovers that his estranged father has died and bequeathed all of his multimillion-dollar estate to his other son, Raymond (Dustin Hoffman), a man with autism of whose existence Charlie was unaware.
This semester CaPS is proud to be collaborating with McGill’s Social Equity and Diversity Office (SEDE) in creating events that honour and celebrate the Black Community.
Jeanne Timmins Amphitheatre - Neurologist Alastair Compston, Editor of BRAIN and Head of the Department of Clinical Neurosciences at Cambridge University, will deliver the Thomas Willis Lecture entitled Dr. Thomas Willis’ works: “The most learned Dr. Christopher Wren; and the inward dens of the brain”.
Macdonald College Founder's Day. (Sir William C. Macdonald born Feb. 10, 1831; died June 9, 1917.) Classes cancelled 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Our next film is THE DIVING BELL AND THE BUTTERFLY. It is the remarkable true story of Jean-Dominique Bauby, a successful and charismatic editor-in-chief of French Elle, who believes he is living his life to its absolute fullest when a sudden stroke leaves him in a life-altered state. The film will be hosted by Neurologist, Liam Durcan.
Scholastic Awards Reception and Presentation, Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.), Ceilidh, Centennial Centre.
McGill looks forward to welcoming prospective students, their families and friends.
This workshop has been developed by the McGill Equity Subcommittee on Queer People. It is one in a series of events about Diversity at McGill being sponsored by the Dean of Students, Student Services, the Social Equity and Diversity Education Office and by Teaching and Learning Services.