Centre for Continuing Education news
Dubai – May 24, 2009. The Director of McGill’s Department of Translation Studies and member of the official Canadian delegation to the World Summit on the Information Society, James Archibald, presented an analysis of the successful development of on-line government services in Canada at the Gulf Cooperation Council’s eGoverment Forum.
Destiny Solutions Inc. will award two $2,500 Scholarships to current learners enrolled in a current course or program through the continuing education division of a Canadian or American accredited college or university.
In 2005, Montreal’s City Council adopted an important and innovative document: The Montreal Charter of Rights and Responsibilities. It serves the dual purpose of setting out the “deal,” so to speak, between the city of Montreal and its citizens, and of setting an example for other major cities, thus positioning Montreal as a leader, nationally and internationally. The strategy seemed to work, a
MACES 2009 elections will take place from April 28th-May 8th 2009. The following executive positions must be filled: • President • VP Finance • VP Internal Affairs • VP Academic / Senator 1 • Senator 2 • Governor To apply, print and fill the General nomination form 2009 available under the Attachments section of this page.
MACES 2008 elections will take place from November 24 to 28. The following executive positions must be filled (President, VP Academic/Senator 1, Senator 2, Governor. Deadline for nominations: 5:00 pm, November 21.
Please join us for one or more workshop(s) hosted by Dr. Sharyn Sepinwall, where you will learn practical and theoretical note-taking techniques, as well as strategies to help you succeed in exams.
Oct. 26, 2008 - 6:30 PM to Oct. 27, 2008 - 9:30 PM • Chancellor Day Hall, Maxwell Cohen Moot Court , 3644 Peel Street • Faculty Club , 3450 McTavish Street
Principal Heather Munroe-Blum and I are delighted to announce that the Board of Governors, at its April 7, 2008 meeting, approved the appointment of Dr. Judith Potter, Dean of Continuing Education, for a five-year term, renewable, starting August 1, 2008 and ending July 31, 2013.
The purpose of this award is to honour excellence in teaching. Candidates for the award will be judged on their ability to motivate and stimulate students' interest in the subject matter, and to instill in the students a sense of accomplishment in advancing their own competencies.