Women in Science @McGill (and beyond)


McLennan Library Building Colgate Room, 4th floor, McLennan Library , 3459 rue McTavish, Montreal, QC, H3A 0C9, CA
Seniors (65+) $68.97 CAD; Adults $114.96 CAD

Registration is now open for this year's unique seven-week public lecture series featuring some of McGill’s outstanding women biologists, chemists, geographers, geologists, and even a historian of science!

Find out how women scientists have worked with and for science at the University since the first class of six women were taught in 1884.

ONLY $7.00 CAD for ALL students (for the series of 7 presentations).  Advance online registration here.

Mini-Science will take place over seven Wednesday evenings, from February 28 to April 18, 2018. (There is no lecture on March 7.)

Full schedule and speakers. Lectures will be presented in English mais nous vous invitons à poser vos questions en français.

This Mini-Science series is made possible through the generous support of Dr. Lorne Trottier.

OUR LOGO: Sandra Klemet-N'Guessan is a McGill undergrad studying Biology and Natural History. She is currently experimenting with dispersal evolution using bacteria as a model organism Anna Hargreaves lab. Dr. Hargreaves will be giving a Mini-Science presentation on April 18. Born to a French and Tunisian mother and to an Ivorian father, Sandra lived in various countries in Africa, as well as in Europe and North America. Sandra shares her experience as a cross-cultural kid and as a woman for the #stemmDiversity @McGill initiative of the Redpath Museum.