Events

5May2021

The deadline to submit feed files to Financial Services for fiscal period 12 (transactions dated May 1st - 31st) is May 5th*.

*Tentative

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Classified as: Financial Services, month end, feeds
5May202108:30

McGill’s Neurology Grand Rounds features weekly talks on a variety  of clinical and research topics by both local and guest speakers. They are held weekly on Wednesday mornings.

Speaker: Dr. Alexander Chesler

To join this Zoom meeting, please register in advance: Registration

Classified as: Neuro
5May202111:00
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By Dr. Irina Esterlis, Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Molecular Imaging Program, at the Yale School of Medicine. This seminar will be held by Zoom. Read more

5May202112:00
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Join the Office of Interprofessional Education at their upcoming Grand Rounds: Dr. Lorelei Lingard, will speak on:

Truth & Myths about Interprofessional Teams and their Implications for how we Understand Competence in Healthcare

5May202111:00
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Activist- and Community-based Artwork, Artists, and Practices

In this 2-hour workshop, participants will build a catalogue of activist- and community- based online resources tailored to your research interests with a focus on local and national artists’ profiles and portfolios. We will also discuss best practices for using, crediting, and paying artists for their work when used in the classroom. Please note that this Zoom workshop will not be recorded.

5May202112:00
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 Budgeting & Expense Planning

This webinar primarily focuses on how to create and maintain a reasonable budget given your income level. It covers the main pitfalls of improper budgeting and will show you ways to stay on track. Learn how to effectively monitor and cut costs using various free online tools and apps and how to automate your savings.

Classified as: SKILLSETS Graduate Workshops, teaching and learning services
5May202109:00
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The Working Mind provides us with critical knowledge as we seek to move towards a new normal. This highly-reputed program has been adapted to our current reality and is being offered in collaboration with The Mental Health Commission of Canada. By reducing stigma and discrimination, TWM helps organizations create a culture that fosters greater awareness and support for mental health. On completing the session, employees will be able to better:

Classified as: My Healthy Workplace; mental health week;
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5May202112:30
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The webinar offers members of the Scholars at Risk (SAR) Canada network a better idea of the student advocacy initiatives established by Scholars at Risk, specifically the Academic Freedom Monitoring Project, and the Scholars in Prison Project.

These initiatives allow researchers and students to partner with SAR, and directly engage in advocacy on behalf of threatened scholars. The projects also all give students the opportunity to develop relevant skills in human rights research and advocacy strategies.

5May202113:00
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Offered by the Health and Well-being Program

Do your eating habits ever feel erratic? Do you struggle to find the balance between eating in a way that feels both healthy and satisfying? Are you finding it hard to stay energized and focused? Are you overwhelmed with the abundance of often conflicting nutrition advice out there? Join Anti-Diet Dietitian Robin Glance for a discussion of how what we eat as well as our relationship with food can impact our mental well-being.”

About the presenter:

Classified as: My Healthy Workplace, Health and Well-being Program
5May202113:00
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Webcast from Tanna Schulich Hall

Class of Kyoko Hashimoto

 

With the safety of our community and our students’ education remaining as top priority, performances will not be open to the public. We thank our audiences for their continued support to our community and our School.

Keep informed on how COVID-19 affects the Schulich School of Music via our FAQ.

Classified as: Free events, Graduate events, Student recitals, Public
5May202113:00
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Your visions of the future can impact your present if those visions excite you enough that you choose to pursue them. That’s when visions of the future become hope. In this module, you will consider the concept of hope as something actionable, that can drive behaviour (of a person or a team), and that can be nurtured to enhance engagement and performance.

Classified as: My Healthy Workplace; mental health week; CoachingOurselves
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5May202113:30
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Title: The spectral gap of random hyperbolic surfaces
Abstract: We will start with a survey on (some very recent) results on the low spectrum of random compact hyperbolic surfaces, for various models including discrete and continuous Teichmuller spaces. We will then give some ideas of the proofs by emphasizing the analogy with radom graphs. We will also dicuss non compact situations where similar results on resonances can be obtained. Joint works with Michael Magee and Doron Puder.

 

5May202114:00
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Webcast from Pollack Hall

Class of Brian Manker

 

With the safety of our community and our students’ education remaining as top priority, performances will not be open to the public. We thank our audiences for their continued support to our community and our School.

Keep informed on how COVID-19 affects the Schulich School of Music via our FAQ.

 

 

Classified as: Free events, Graduate events, Student recitals, Public

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