Women in the Ancient World
CREOR Lunch Lecture Series 2018-2019
Oscillations as an organizing principle for understanding information processing in the rodent ventral striatum
Matt van der Meer (Dartmouth)
Tuesday January 29, 12-1pm
Natural language processing in the medical field: CRIM’S projects and tools
Pierre-Andre Menard (Computer Research Institute of Montreal)
Tuesday January 22, 12-1pm
The Fall Economic Update contained a handful of tax measures designed to keep Canada’s businesses competitive with those of the United States. But what of the myriad other aspects of our tax system...
Speaker: Dr. Michael Hill: University of Calgary
Speakers: Dr. Ron Postuma & Dr. Madeleine Sharp
Populism is that rare phenomenon that both defies easy definition and defines movements from the United States to Hungary, from Ontario to the Czech Republic. In an era marked by the ascendancy of...
Research Group on Democracy, Space and Technology
Public lecture by Palestinian Architect Senan Abd El Qader
"Building the US-Mexico Border" RGTGM honours seminar
by Dr. Alvarez (University of Texas)