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More from Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences events

Online Cutting Edge Lecture in Science: Freshwater Futures for Canada and the World

24 Sep 2020 18:00
19:00

Special Homecoming Cutting Edge Lecture. Presented via Zoom license through McGill's Youtube channel, this free webcast will feature a powerpoint presentation by John Pomeroy (FRSC Distinguished Professor, Dept. of Geography & Planning, Canada Research Chair in Water Resources and Climate Change, Director, University of Saskatchewan Centre for Hydrology).

Virtual Homecoming event: Online tour of building stones and fossils

26 Sep 2020 10:00
11:00

Join us for a guided walking tour of the fossils and secret spots found in the walls of some of downtown Montreal's proudest institutions. The virtual tour is accessible via ArcGIS StoryMaps on your phone, tablet or desktop. This one hour online guided tour starts at the geological rock garden outside the Redpath Museum and ends with the old red sandstones weathering on the walls of the Maison Peter Lyall on Crescent Street.

Virtual Homecoming event: Trees of McGill University Online Tour

27 Sep 2020 10:00
11:00

Join us for a virtual walk through McGill's leafy legacy accessible via ArcGIS StoryMaps on tablet, phone or desktop. This one-hour online guided tour offers a serene stroll focusing on the astounding botanical heritage of the McGill downtown campus.

Freaky Friday: From Beer to the Bicentennial – how research and life mash up

16 Oct 2020 12:00
13:00

By Gérald Cadet (Director, Director of Bicentennial Planning at McGill). 

Dr. Cadet's talk will focus on how his path from doing doctoral research on the globalization of the Mexican beer industry led to planning the university’s 200th anniversary. More specifically, he will highlight how research and the training received during his Ph.D. has helped him throughout his professional career.

In English. All ages welcome.

Freaky Friday: Surviving Africa - My work with the McGill Africa program

13 Nov 2020 12:00
13:00

By David Green (Redpath Museum). 

Dr. Green has taught Herpetology at McGill University since joining the Faculty in 1986. He has also actively taught in the McGill Africa Program and will share his adventures with us. You can read about Dr. Green's research here.

In English. All ages welcome.

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