Macdonald Campus

6Nov201712:00
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13:00

Session 2 of the 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.

You must have already pre-registered for this session.

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Classified as: Lister Family Engaged Science Initiative
7Nov201710:00
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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
8Nov201710:00
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11:30

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.

8Nov201713:30
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15:00

Feel overwhelmed by the amount of papers you found for your literature review?  Learn how to efficiently keep track of authors’ relevant points, and critically comment on the literature so that your own voice shines through when writing your review.

Please contact giovanna.badia [at] mcgill.ca (Giovanna Badia) at giovanna.badia [at] mcgill.ca if you have any questions about this workshop.

8Nov201716:00
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18:00

Presentation of medals, scholarships, fellowships and awards to undergraduate and graduate students in the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the School of Human Nutrition. This event is by invitation only.

 

 

Classified as: Scholastic Awards
9Nov201711:30
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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: George Divoky (University of Alaska Fairbanks) will speak on arctic sea birds

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
10Nov201714:30

FAES Faculty Council Meeting.

To access agenda and documents, please login on the Faculty Council login page. Note that this page is restricted to members of the FAES Faculty Council only.

Classified as: FAES faculty council
15Nov201712:30
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16:30

The 3rd-year Farm Management & Technology students will present photos from their Landscape Design course. 

Visit the exhibit and vote for your favourite photos!

Classified as: FMT, Photo exhibit, landscape design
15Nov201719:00
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20:30

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.

Classified as: Food for Thought Lecture Series
16Nov201712:00
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13:00

The Réseau électrique métropolitain (REM) is a new integrated public transport network linking downtown Montréal, the South Shore, the West Island, the North Shore, and the Montréal-Trudeau airport.

Learn more by attending the presentation, which will be followed by a question and answer period.

Classified as: transportation, Réseau électrique métropolitain (REM)
20Nov201714:00
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15:30

Do you know who you are? Does the internet? Who controls the narrative? Whether you intend to enter the workforce or remain in academia, an active and interesting online presence will help you engage with potential employers and academics. It's time to take control of the narrative. This workshop will teach you how to analyze your current identity, curate your social media, create meaningful profiles, and share your work in a variety of media.

All students are welcome to attend.

22Nov201710:00
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11:30

Andrew Rzepa, Project Managing Partner at Gallup, will deliver a presentation on the FAO's Voices of the Hungry project, Diet Quality and Gender Equality 

Everyone is welcome to attend.

Classified as: Margaret A. Gilliam Lecture Series in Food Security
22Nov201715:00
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16:00

Macdonald Campus 3 Minute Thesis Workshop series (3) with McGill SKILLSETS

Graduate students are encouraged to attend this hands-on research communication workshop series on the Macdonald campus.  Learn how to effectively present your research in 3 minutes to a non-specialist audience. 

Classified as: Graduate Students, 3MT
24Nov201710:00
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15:00

The Farm Management and Technology program is holding its third annual Open House on November 24th, 2017 from 10 am to 3 pm.

Prospective students and their families are invited to register for a tour of campus. Take this opportunity to find out more about the program and its admission requirements, talk to staff about the program while touring the campus, which includes a visit to the Macdonald Campus Farm and the Residences.

Tours will be offered in English and French, pre-registration is encouraged.

Classified as: Farm Management and Technology Program, FMT Open House
29Nov201715:00
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16:00

Macdonald Campus 3 Minute Thesis Workshop series (3) with McGill SKILLSETS

Graduate students are encouraged to attend this hands-on research communication workshop series on the Macdonald campus.  Learn how to effectively present your research in 3 minutes to a non-specialist audience. 

Classified as: Graduate Students, 3MT

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