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Plurilingual Lab Grad Talk with Obi Eneh on Morocco's Language-in-Education Policy

15 Apr 2021 13:00
14:00

The Plurilingual Lab invites you to the next GradTalk featuring Obi Eneh, (MA student) from Teachers College, Columbia University, on the potential outcomes of the Tamazight Language-in-Education policy in Morocco.

The talk will be held on April 15th, 2021, from 1PM to 2PM EST.

GradTalks is a free event and is hosted by the Plurilingual Lab and DISETalks.

Biodiversity on Earth with the Museum at Home

18 Apr 2021 10:00
11:00

To honour Earth Day we will explore the huge diversity of animals around the globe.

In this presentation Jessica Ford (Ph.D. Green Lab, Redpath Museum, McGill University) will share her love of “herps”, which are reptiles and amphibians like turtles, snakes, frogs, and toads. She will also tell us about her research work to protect the Canadian habitats of some of these “herps”. Some of these animals might make an appearance with Jessica!

Let's Talk Cancer!

20 Apr 2021 09:00
15:00

Let's Talk Science at McGill University, Research and Information Outreach Team (RIOT), and Goodman Cancer Research Student Society (GCSS) organizations would like to invite any classes or individual students who are interested in learning more from leading members in the field of cancer research.

Our Galactic Neighbourhood: what we can learn from exoplanets and interstellar objects

22 Apr 2021 19:00
20:00

Join us for our second astrophysics public lecture of the year, given by physics graduate student Tim Hallatt. The whole family is welcome to learn about the fascinating world of exoplanets and interstellar objets!

Abstract:

Jennifer Ho: Oral Defence

26 Apr 2021 09:15
10:15

The Department Educational and Counselling Psychology

Professor Ada Sinacore is proud to announce that Jennifer Ho, a doctoral candidate in Counselling Psychology, will be defending their dissertation on April 26, 2021 at 9:15 AM via Zoom (by invitation only).

The topic of the dissertation is:

The Experiences of Non-Native English-Speaking International Students in Clinical Supervision: A Narrative Inquiry

Science Odyssey – Plate tectonics with Museum at Home

1 May 2021 10:00
11:00

As part of ScienceOdyssey, the Redpath Museum presents a series of 4 special virtual workshop animated by students from SMOrES.

Shake it up with plate tectonics and hot chocolate. Did you know that Earth used to be one giant continent? Or that big oceans can shrink? Find out how the earth’s plates move and shake. Includes a safe demonstration with hot chocolate.

Science Odyssey - Fossils with Museum at Home

2 May 2021 10:00
11:00

As part of ScienceOdyssey, the Redpath Museum presents a series of 4 special virtual workshop animated by students from SMOrES.

The Social-Emotional Development Research Group with Dr. Ryan Persram

4 May 2021 15:30
17:00
The Social-Emotional Development Research Group (SED-RG sedrg.ca) at McGill University presents a research talk by Dr. Ryan Persram, Postdoctoral Researcher in the SED-RG.

The talk is taking place through Zoom on May 4, 2021 at 3:30 PM – (virtual) social to follow.

The 3rd Annual Montreal StemCellTalks Symposium

7 May 2021 09:00
16:00

Note: SCT 2021 is a French-language symposium for Sec 4 to CEGEP.

Family Science Day: What is neuroscience? History of neuroscience at McGill

8 May 2021 09:00
10:00

As part of McGill’s Bicentennial and 24h de science, join BrainReach on a virtual tour of the brain and its fascinating neurons followed by a brief history of neuroscience. Young minds will discover how scientists at McGill set on a journey to understand the human brain.

Topic: What is neuroscience? History of neuroscience at McGill

Family Science Day: 24hr de Science

8 May 2021 10:00
11:00

As part of McGill's Bicentennial and 24hr de Science, join PhD students from the Redpath Museum for these great science presentations on their research.

10am to 11am in English : Corals – how they live and connect. By Victoria Glynn

Family Science Day: 24 heures de Science

8 May 2021 11:30
12:30

As part of McGill's Bicentennial and 24hr de Science, join PhD students from the Redpath Museum for these great science presentations on their research.

11:30am to 12:30pm in FRENCH : Les tiques - comment elles vivent et nous affectent. Avec Kirsten Crandall

Family Science Day: Cratères sur la Lune

8 May 2021 12:00
13:00

En regardant de près la Lune, vous êtes-vous déja demandé pourquoi elle était bosselée, et non lisse? Dans le cadre du bicentenaire de McGill et des 24 heures de science, venez explorer la question avec l'activité Cratères des équipes AstroMcGill et PhysicsMatters!

Family Science Day: Flotte ou coule ?

8 May 2021 13:00
14:00

Vous êtes-vous déjà demandé pourquoi certains objets coulent et d’autres flottent ? Dans le cadre du bicentenaire de McGill et des 24 heures de science, venez découvrir l’activité « flotte ou coule » de l’équipe « La physique dans tous ses états » !

Family Science Day: Craters on the Moon

8 May 2021 13:00
14:00

Have you ever taken a close look at the Moon and wondered how it got to be so bumpy, instead of being smooth? As part of McGill’s Bicentennial and 24 Hours of Science, come find out with AstroMcGill + PhysicsMatters' Craters activity!

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