Doctoral Oral Defence: Gregory Trevors, "Controversial science knowledge: A Multi-study examination of how epistemic cognition relates to the ways we learn science"
The Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology Doctoral Oral Defence: Gregory Trevors
Dr. Steven Prescott Department of Physiology University of Toronto Title: Cellular and synapthic changes underlying neuropathic pain
Join us online as we share tips on: - Pre-trip planning - Immigration considerations - Travel precautions - Staying safe & healthy - Coming back into Canada
MUP2 summer internship presentations Josh Adams Marie-Ève Assunçao-Denis Eadeh Attarzadeh Ryan Lo Michael O'Neill Lindsay Vanstone Kristín Una Sigurðardóttir
Pull back the curtain on the mysteries of negotiation: this unique seminar organized by the McGill Journal of Dispute Resolution and delivered by three McGill Law alumni will equip you with the pr
This poster session where ECSE Design Project 2 and Honours Thesis 2 students present their accomplishments. Come meet the students and see the exciting projects and research they have conducted over the last year.
The Doctoral Colloquium is open to all. Registration (Doctoral students) Doctoral students (Music) for whom attendance is required must sign the attendance sheet at the colloquium.