Macdonald Campus

18Oct201712:00
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The goal of this monthly workshop is to provide a medium for discussion for our faculty and students and allow them to be exposed to new and exciting research in the field of mass spectrometry with a focus on food/nutrition/environment and agriculture. Held once a month from 12-1 pm on a Wednesday, we hope this will be an enlightening hour for all those who participate. 

Open to everyone! Anyone interested in learning more about Mass Spectrometry and its applications will obtain a great deal from these monthly workshops.

Classified as: mass spectrometry
18Oct201712:00
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13:30

Part 3 of the special workshop series on Storytelling with Matt Goldberg, founder of Confabulation. The workshop comprises 4 interactive storytelling sessions; students are expected to attend all 4 sessions.

The goal of this workshop series is to help you learn to tell your story--to tell the world about your interest, your passion, your work. One good story can do more than you think. This workshop series will help you learn how.

The final session will be held on Oct. 25. 

Classified as: Lister Engaged Science Initiative, Confabulation, OSAS
18Oct201713:30
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15:00

Find out how to build your personal database of references using EndNote. Learn how to organize the references in groups, produce bibliographies, attach files to your references, insert bibliographic citations in your papers in your chosen style, and more. Note: The session will be taught on Windows computers, but Mac users are also welcome to attend since the program's functionality is the same on both platforms.

Everyone is welcome to attend.

18Oct201719:00
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Our 18th season of bringing timely science topics to the community kicked off on Wednesday, September 6th. Subsequent lectures are every other Wednesday from September to November.

Our theme this year is Nourishing the Body: the inside story on nutrition and health.

 

Our exciting panel of speakers will cover topics ranging from the food we eat to the policies governing it. Free parking is available. For more information: 514-398-7707.


The kitchen as an ingredient of social change

Classified as: Food for Thought Lecture Series
19Oct201710:00
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11:30

Looking for a job or internship? Start here! This popular workshop provides an overview of key job-search strategies, followed by an in-depth look at networking as the most effective job search approach. As many people are reluctant to network, the workshop will examine why networking works, and discuss how to talk to strangers and overcome networking discomfort.

By attending this workshop, students will be able to:
1) Develop a job search strategy that includes effective networking
2) Identify ways to expand their current network

Classified as: CaPS Workshop
19Oct201711:30
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12:30

Natural Resource Sciences Seminar Series - Wildlife Biology—featuring a series of external speakers on topics relevant to Wildlife Biology and Environmental Biology.

Guest Speaker: Lisa Schulte-Moore (Iowa State University) will speak on landscape ecology and natural resource management

This seminar series is open to anyone within the McGill community, but primarily targets NRS grad students and faculty.

 

Classified as: Wildlife Biology Seminar Series
20Oct2017
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22Oct2017

The Economics for the Anthropocene (E4A) project, led by Professor Peter G Brown of the Department of Natural Resource Sciences, is cohosting a conference with the Canadian Society for Ecological Economics (CANSEE).

Classified as: E4A Conference
23Oct201711:30
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13:00

You are invited to attend a special seminar hosted by the Institute of Parasitology.

Classified as: Parasitology seminar
24Oct201710:00
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11:30

For Non-thesis MSc: IWRM, IFB, Env E, Food Safety, Food Science

This talk will help you understand the various elements of a CV, and discuss how to compose a customized application that highlights relevant skills to an employer. The talk will also address as well what to do before, during and after a non-academic job interview, including interview preparation, what kinds of questions to anticipate, how to construct answers highlighting your relevant skills and experiences, and how to communicate effectively (verbal and non-verbal).

Classified as: CaPS Workshop
25Oct201712:00
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The 4th and final session of the special workshop series on Storytelling with Matt Goldberg, founder of Confabulation. The workshop comprises 4 interactive storytelling sessions; students are expected to attend all 4 sessions.

The goal of this workshop series is to help you learn to tell your story--to tell the world about your interest, your passion, your work. One good story can do more than you think. This workshop series will help you learn how.

Classified as: Lister Engaged Science Initiative, Confabulation, OSAS
26Oct201710:00
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12:00

Applying to grad school is a big decision, and once your grad school applications are underway, all kinds of questions can come up. This session will give you a comprehensive look at what questions to take into account before applying to grad school so that you can make an informed decision. We'll also cover typical application procedures and the expectations around them, as well as tips and tricks, including how to ask for reference letters and how to find a supervisor.

Classified as: CaPS Workshop
26Oct201716:00

The 4 O'Clock Forum Seminar Series is back with another series of seminars highlighting some of the exciting work being done by Macdonald researchers, post-doctoral fellows nad graduate students.

Classified as: 4 O'Clock Forum
30Oct201712:00
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TWO sessions to improve your science photos with professional photographer and instructor Avi Charszan of redbuttonPHOTO.

Priority will be given to Graduate and Undergraduate students on the Macdonald campus who register for both sessions. Participants are expected to attend BOTH 60 minute sessions.

The second workshop will be held on November 6 from noon to 1:00PM in the Faculty Lounge (MS2-022).

Classified as: Lister Family Engaged Science Initiative

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