Events

14Dec201713:00
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On behalf of the Royal Society of Canada, the Office of Sponsored Research is pleased to invite McGill researchers and administrators to an information session on the College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists

Representatives from the Royal Society of Canada as well as McGill Members of the College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists will give a short presentation followed by a question and answer period.

11Dec201709:00
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14Dec201716:00

 

Would you like to design or redesign one of your courses and enhance your teaching skills? Join a group of fellow faculty members led by facilitators from Teaching and Learning Services to discuss strategies for course design and teaching that focus on enhancing student learning.




Dates for this session:

Classified as: course outline, workshop instructor, course preparation, supervision, course design, graduate studies
7Dec201708:00
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14Dec201716:00

Designed and subsidized by the Government of Quebec*, this course is mandatory for Quebec establishments. *Commission des normes, de l'équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail [CNESST]

McGill staff and faculty please register here

Student Registrants please complete and submit the Paying Participant Training Form

Classified as: first aid
14Dec201715:00
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16:00

Tianxi Li, PhD candidate Department of Statistics University of Michigan Statistical Tools for Analyzing Network-Linked Data

Thursday, December 14, 2017
Purvis Hall, 1020 Pine Ave. West, Room 25
ALL ARE WELCOME
 

SEE PDF FOR MORE DETAILS

14Dec201715:30
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16:30

The new world of infinite random geometric graphs.

The infinite random or Rado graph R has been of interest to graph theorists, probabilists, and logicians for the last half-century. The graph R has many peculiar properties, such as its categoricity: R is the unique countable graph satisfying certain adjacency properties. Erdös and Rényi proved in 1963 that a countably infinite binomial random graph is isomorphic to R.

14Dec201707:30
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18:30


Genomics holds great promise for advancing our understanding of all living organisms. Technological advancements in Genomics continue to come at alarming rate; there are numerous complexities to consider. For the uninitiated, planning for an initial experiment and coping with data, can be overwhelming. To help guide discovery and development in Genomics, we have assembled leading experts, both academic and industry, to share their work and experiences.

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14Dec201719:30

Recombinant Poetics in musics and images by media composer Bill Seaman.

Classified as: Concerts, Free events
14Dec201718:00
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20:00

Presented by :   Mark S. Boyce (Professor of Ecology Science, Biological Sciences, University of Alberta)

Classified as: Public talks
14Dec201718:00
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20:00

Presented by: Mark S. Boyce (Professor of Ecology Science, Biological Sciences, University of Alberta)

Classified as: Public talks
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28Aug2017
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15Dec2017

Fall term lecture period for 1st year students in Dentistry and Medicine.

Classified as: Classes – First/Last Day of Lectures, DE (Dentistry), Fall, MD (Medicine)
28Aug2017
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15Dec2017

Fall term lecture period for 2nd year Dentistry and Medicine students.

Classified as: Classes – First/Last Day of Lectures, DE (Dentistry), Fall, MD (Medicine)
15Dec2017

Deadline for inter-faculty transfer applications to Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences for the Winter 2018 term.

Classified as: AG (Agr&EnvSci), Faculty Transfers, winter, Fall
15Dec2017

Deadline for inter-faculty transfer applications to Bachelor of Science (Nursing) program for the Winter 2018 term via Minerva. (Excluded U0 students). See Nursing website below:
http://www.mcgill.ca/nursing/

Classified as: NU (Nursing), Faculty Transfers, winter, Fall

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