“The competition to attract top talent is fierce, and it is an international one.
The fall final exam period is just around the corner, starting this Thursday, Dec. 5, and running for a 10-day period to finish up on Wednesday, Dec. 18. As with the previous exam period, exams will be held in a morning, afternoon or evening session and the final schedule with room locations can be found on the Exams website. For exams administered by the Faculties of Law, Medicine, Dentistry, School of Continuing Studies and those held at Macdonald Campus, please refer to their respective exams’ websites.
By McGill Reporter Staff
McGill’s Board of Governors voted unanimously Thursday to pass the same motion Senate approved at its Nov. 20 meeting, which rejects provisions in the Quebec government’s proposed legislation that would implement a Charter of Values.
Does your unit or department want to be part of an unforgettable, campus-wide event to highlight and celebrate the international and multicultural nature of the McGill Community? Then take part in I-Week 2014: McGill Without Borders (Feb. 17-24).
To design innovative, cost-saving solutions to current population health challenges, people require comprehensive data on health costs, health outcomes and social determinants of health. Eliminating knowledge gaps in these three areas is a main objective of the Healthier Societies Initiative’s recently launched website, which provides the following public tools:
Need to add a bit of colour to your office? Greening Indoor McGill Initiative (GIMI) invites you to a training workshop on moth orchid care on Dec. 9 and 12.
Phishing is the fraudulent process of attempting to acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit card details by masquerading as a legitimate organization or institution, and gaining the trust of the unsuspecting victim. Phishing scams usually take place by email, where the sender appears to be a reputable institution, such as your bank, a department at McGill, or even a close friend in need of assistance.
The McGill Institute for the Study of Canada (MISC) invites you to the launch of its Canada in the Americas Initiative. Join MISC for a panel discussion and keynote address on the theme of Movement and exchange: Canadian culture in Mexico/ Mexican culture in Canada. A reception will follow.
This event is free and open to the public, but spaces are limited. People wishing to attend notify organizers at misc [dot] iecm [at] mcgill [dot] ca.
In response to the disaster that ravaged the Eastern Visayas, Philippines, recently, the McGill University Filipino Asian Students’ Association (MUFASA), in collaboration with other student clubs and some professors at McGill, is organizing a benefit concert to raise funds. The event is planned for Saturday, Nov. 30, from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Ballroom (3rd floor) of Student Centre (3480 McTavish St.). Tickets: By donation (minimum $5) and all proceeds go to the Canadian Red Cross or Caritas International.
Do you travel on behalf of McGill? If so, you should be registered on the MMP ListServe to receive all the information relating to travel. Keep yourself informed of McGill’s travel suppliers, discounts and travel news. To add yourself to this email list, please send an email to travel [dot] procurement [at] mcgill [dot] ca with the subject line MMP ListServe Travel.