Come Garden on Thursdays in the Education Community Garden

9 May 2024
to
29 Aug 2024
Watering  •  Sign Making  •  Plant Maintenance  •  Make Friends

Students, staff, and faculty are invited to garden for the 2024 season!

Join the Education Community Garden every Thursday, from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM.

Location: behind the McGill Faculty of Education on Peel St. (Rain Location: The Education Learning Commons, 1st Floor)

No gardening experience needed.

CSSE Conference

12 Jun 2024
to
17 Jun 2024

Members of McGill Faculty of Education will be attending the Candian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE) Conference from June 12th  to 17th  2024 on the theme of Sustaining Share Futures.

12th McGill International Cellphilm Festival

13 Jun 2024

Students are invited to the 12th McGill International Cellphilm Festival, hosted by the Participatory Cultures Lab and the Institute for Human Development and Well-being.

This is a chance for individuals and communities to use cellphone cameras creatively to address critical social issues.

This year’s festival theme is simple: Taking Action Together!

Coding Ateliers: R, Python, Matlab, SPSS, SAS, SQL

13 Jun 2024 13:00
15:00
Coding Ateliers

As part of CDSI, the Data Science Solutions Hub (DaS2H) offers Coding Ateliers to the entire McGill community, where you can drop-in during atelier hours with your laptop, work on your research project and, whenever you have a question, we would be happy to assist you on the spot. If your question turns out to be a bigger issue that we cannot solve instantly, we will advise you how to best proceed.

FMER-PRAM Crossroad Panel Discussions

14 Jun 2024 10:30
12:00

The FMER-PRAM Crossroad Panel Discussions bring together Participatory Research at McGill (PRAM) and the Family Medicine Education Research Group (FMER), to delve into cutting-edge topics at the intersection of family medicine education research and practice and participatory research science.

Event Details: 14 June, 2024 | 10h00-12h00

PhD Oral Defence of Mr. Sherif Nashaat

14 Jun 2024 13:30
15:30

McGill University DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS

PhD Oral Defence of Mr. Sherif Nashaat

DATE: Friday, June 14, 2024

TIME / PLACE: Pre-Defence 1:15 a.m. Burnside Hall, Room 1014

Defence 1:30 a.m. Burnside Hall, Room 1025

THESIS TITLE: Powell Valued Models for Intuitionistic Set Theory

CHAIR: Prof. Rustum Choksi

SUPERVISOR: Prof. Michael Makkai

INTERNAL

MEMBER: Prof. Marcin Sabok

INTERNAL

OSR Info Session: NSERC Discovery Grants Program (Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences)

18 Jun 2024 10:00
12:00

Invitation: McGill Office of Sponsored Research

Outreach Session: NSERC Discovery Grants Program

(Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences)

 

Date: Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Time: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Coding Ateliers: R, Python, Matlab, C++

18 Jun 2024 13:00
15:00
Coding Ateliers

As part of CDSI, the Data Science Solutions Hub (DaS2H) offers Coding Ateliers to the entire McGill community, where you can drop-in during atelier hours with your laptop, work on your research project and, whenever you have a question, we would be happy to assist you on the spot. If your question turns out to be a bigger issue that we cannot solve instantly, we will advise you how to best proceed.

OSR Info Session: NSERC Discovery Grants Program

20 Jun 2024 14:00
16:00

Invitation: McGill Office of Sponsored Research

Outreach Session: NSERC Discovery Grants Program

 

Date: Thursday, June 20, 2024

Time: 2:00 p.m.- 4:00 p.m.

PhD Oral Defence of Mr. Jack Dippel

25 Jun 2024 10:00
12:00

McGill University DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS

PhD Oral Defence of Mr. Jack Dippel

DATE: Tuesday, June 25, 2024

TIME / PLACE: Pre-Defence 9:45 a.m. Burnside Hall, Room 1014 / Defence 10:00 a.m. Burnside Hall, Room 1025

TITLE: On Tree Networks

CHAIR: Prof. Jerome Vetois

SUPERVISOR: Prof. Adrian Vetta

Coding Ateliers: R, Python, Matlab, SPSS, SAS, SQL

27 Jun 2024 13:00
15:00
Coding Ateliers

As part of CDSI, the Data Science Solutions Hub (DaS2H) offers Coding Ateliers to the entire McGill community, where you can drop-in during atelier hours with your laptop, work on your research project and, whenever you have a question, we would be happy to assist you on the spot. If your question turns out to be a bigger issue that we cannot solve instantly, we will advise you how to best proceed.

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