SIS Seminar Series: "Digital Devices in Archive Reading Rooms: Assessing Regulations in the TARO Archives." Guest Speaker Dr. U. Karadkar
Join us for a McGill School of Information Studies (SIS) Seminar Series talk on archival device regulations and mobile applications to assist in archival research with guest speaker Dr. Unmil Karadkar, Assistant Professor in the School of Information at The University of Texas at Austin. ABSTRACT
Starting on February 10, you may receive an email invitation to participate in one of two surveys on technology: 1) The McGill IT Services surveys (separate versions for students, faculty and staff) include questions specific to the services provided centrally by McGill, and 2)The EDUCAUSE Center for Academic Research (ECAR) surveys (separate versions for st
Schedule Dr. Elaine C. Davis, Ph.D. Associate Dean, Biomedical BSc, Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs Faculty of Medicine, McGill University Dr. Jennifer Laird, Ph.D. Director, Global External R&DEli Lilly and Company Dr. Laura Stone, Ph.D.Assistant ProfessorFaculty of DentistryAssociate member, Pharmacology & Therapeutics, McGill University Aaron Hackett, MSc.Medical WriterA.D.A.M.
Whose Truth? What Kind of Reconciliation? The Importance of Truth and Reconciliation Commissions for Promoting Democratic Good Governance
A free international conference hosted by the Institute for the Study of International Development. All welcome. Purpose: Explore the factors that condition the success of truth and reconciliation commissions in contributing to creating social cohesion as a foundation for democratic good governance by examining diverse national experiences.
Innocence McGill presents its annual conference, which this year welcomes Michel Dumont and Danielle Dansereau. Speakers Michel Dumont was wrongfully convicted of a sexual assault he did not commit. He spent three years behind bars and was only exonerated in 2001 with the help of family members who never gave up on this fight. He will be sharing his story.
5 Days for the Homeless is a Canadian student run charity campaign during which students collect money for a local charity supporting homeless youth by experiencing the homeless life for 5 days. The event takes place in March. Students live as homeless for 5 days; they sleep outside on campus for 5 nights, rely on food donations, have no access to showers nor their apartment but must still attend classes. 5 Days for the Homeless helps students realise how hard being homeless really is by experiencing their life for a mere 5 days.
(Tentative Date) Registration period for Summer NUR1 clinical courses to guarantee placement.
(Tentative Date) Academic advising for U2 Bachelor of Science (Nursing) students entering U3.
Registration deadline for Summer Nursing NUR1 clinical courses to guarantee placement.
*This workshop is open to Public Relations and Communications Management students and lecturers. Date and Time: Saturday, March 15, 10:30 am to 2:30 pm Location: NATIONAL Public Relations, 1155 Metcalfe St. Suite 800, Montreal Fee: $15.00 a light lunch will be served (price includes taxes) Click here to register.