Graduate Students

Building science students' communication skills with the MSWI

Published: 27Sep2021

Marina Nysten and Joyce Wu are the co-founders of the McGill Scientific Writing Initiative (MSWI), a student-run organization dedicated to promoting effective science communication at McGill and...

Entrepreneurship 101

26Nov202112:00
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13:30

/involvementCategory: Be well—Self-Knowledge Entrepreneurship Expand your expertise—Subject Knowledge Remote Skills21 Skillsets Solve problems—Entrepreneurship Teaching and learning

Customize your Course Evaluations: Writing Meaningful Questions

19Oct202112:00
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12:45

Instructors can add up to three questions to their Mercury end-of-course evaluation questionnaires. Attend this webinar to learn how to design questions that will allow you to obtain meaningful...

Our Shared Spaces - Introduction to Anti-Oppression

25Nov202116:00
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18:00

/involvementCategory: Expand your expertise—Subject Knowledge Remote Skills21 Teaching and learning Work with others—Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion

Getting the Best out of Your Supervisor

23Nov202113:30
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15:00

/involvementCategory: Lead projects—Ethical & Professional Conduct Remote Skillsets Teaching and learning Work with others—Teamwork & Interpersonal

Our Shared Spaces - Fostering Inclusive Communities

19Nov202114:00
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16:00

/involvementCategory: Expand your expertise—Subject Knowledge Remote Skills21 Teaching and learning Work with others—Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion

Financial Skills for the Real World: Investment Properties

22Nov202112:00
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14:00

/involvementCategory: Be well—Healthy Living Expand your expertise—Subject Knowledge Lead projects—Finances & Funding Remote Skillsets Teaching and learning

Promote Community and Learning with Mural

28Oct202112:00
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13:00

Do you like using whiteboards and sticky notes? Are you interested in learning how to promote community and learning with digital workspaces?/tlsCategory: Teaching and learning

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