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Study Hubs, Library Pickup Service, and Virtual Reference Service not available Thursday, June 24 & Thursday, July 1

Published: 11Jun2021

Please note that McGill Study Hubs, Library Pickup Service and Virtual Reference Service will not be available on Wednesday, June 24 and Wednesday, July 1 in observance of La fête nationale/Saint...

Bicentennial Mini-Science: The future of chemistry

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With Tomislav Friščić, Professor, Dept. of Chemistry, McGill University/scienceCategory: Bicentennial Dept. of Chemistry Sustainability Faculty of Science

Bicentennial Mini-Science: Connecting the dots: Envisioning a sustainable future food system

8Jul202118:00
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With Graham MacDonald, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Geography, McGill University/scienceCategory: Bicentennial Dept. of Geography Sustainability Faculty of Science

McGill Education Faculty & Staff Town Hall

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Join us for the next Town Hall meeting, hosted by Dean Dilson Rassier as he updates us on the latest news and answers your questions....

Student Award winners of the Spring!

Published: 10Jun2021

Congratulations to our student Award winners at the Museum this spring! The Museum is proud to announce two winners of the annual REDME (Redpath Museum Excellence Award) this year.

Advancing Human Protection Through Multilateralism | PeaceLab Blog

Published: 2Feb2021

February 2, 2021 | As the tide of nationalism sweeps across the globe and countries increasingly turn inwards, it is crucial that the protection agenda–including the Protection of Civilians (PoC)...

Mind the gaps: Integrating Human Rights and sustainable development goals into evaluation practice

Published: 4Jan2021

Max Bell School Professor Pearl Eliadis has authored the chapter Mind the Gaps: Integrating Human Rights and Sustainable Development Goals into Evaluation Practice inThe Realpolitik of Evaluation,...

Scientists show what loneliness looks like in the brain

Published: 15Dec2020

Neural “signature” may reflect how we respond to feelings of social isolation...

The political and security dimensions of the humanitarian health response to violent conflict

Published: 5Jan2021

January 24, 2021 | In this paper, Max Bell School Professor Jennifer Welsh and her co-authors address the challenges and opportunities the fluid geopolitical and security environment poses for...

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