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Course Evaluations matter... evaluate your courses! [Default Period]

21 Mar 2019
to
2 May 2019

MERCURY Course Evaluations will be available to students until May 2 for units following the default period (or until April 14 for units following the condensed period).

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4 O'Clock Forum: Precision Agriculture and Sensor Systems - Establishment of Smart Infrastructure for Food Production

21 Mar 2019 16:00

4 O'Clock Forum starts continues its 2019 series with a talk by Dr. Viacheslav Adamchuk, Department of Bioresource Engineering, McGill University

Light refreshments will be served. ALL VISITORS WELCOME!

[Mac] How to Assess job offers and negotiate salary

22 Mar 2019 10:00
11:00

Looking to learn more about the negotiation process? This workshop will provide you with information on the importance of negotiating, how to best prepare for engaging in the process and strategies to help you approach your own negotiations.

Click here to register in myFuture!

PhD Oral Defence: The impact of an active soil microbial community on greenhouse gas emissions in Arctic cryosols

22 Mar 2019 13:15

PhD Oral Defence of Ianina Altshuler, Natural Resource Sciences

Sugaring Off

24 Mar 2019 12:00
16:00

Experience the onset of this spring in one of the few sugar maple groves remaining on the Island of Montreal.

Enjoy a wagon ride to our sugar shack and learn how syrup is made in the traditional way: on a wood fire, from sap collected in buckets.

German sausages, hotdogs, drinks and, of course, taffy on snow will be sold at a nominal charge.

This is, for the most part, an outdoor event. We don’t take reservations.

ACS 2019: [Mac] Academic Interview and Job Talk Panel

25 Mar 2019 10:00
11:30

Hear what faculty have to say about the academic job market, get tips on the application process, how to best position yourself to get interviews and job offers, and what to do if your luck is running out. The format will be brief presentations followed by a Q & A.

PANELISTS:

Careers at Fisheries and Oceans Canada

26 Mar 2019 11:30
13:00

Ms. Lontoc-Roy will present her McGill/Montréal experience and how that helped prepare her for managing complex federal programs. She will also provide an overview of Fisheries and Oceans Canada and the types of green careers it offers to university graduates.

Melinda Lontoc-Roy, B.Sc. Environment (McGill 2002); M.Sc. Plant Science (McGill 2005)National Manager, Ocean ModellingFisheries and Oceans Canada

Green Careers Week: Employment at Fisheries and Oceans Canada

26 Mar 2019 11:30
13:00

Special Guest Speaker: Melinda Lontoc-Roy, BSc (Environment)'02, MSc (Plant Science)'05, National Manager, Ocean Modelling, Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Ms. Lontoc-Roy will present her McGill/Montréal experience and how that helped prepare her for managing complex federal programs. She will also provide an overview of Fisheries and Oceans Canada and the types of green careers it offers to university graduates.

Green Professionals on Campus

27 Mar 2019 11:30
13:00

Come listen to McGill alum who are all working in a green career. Hear their stories and take advantage of this opportunity to network with them!

RSVP through myFuture

 

SPEAKERS:

PhD Oral Defence: Development of non-targeted strategies for the analysis of trace organic contaminants in honey

29 Mar 2019 13:15

PhD Oral Defence of Annie von Eyken Bonafonte, Food Science and Agricultural Chemistry

Due to the constant increase of contaminants and toxins reported in food, the world of food analysis is shifting towards the detection and identification of currently unknown or unexpected contaminants using non-targeted analysis. The overall objective of this work was the development of a non-targeted method for the analysis of trace organic contaminants in honey.

Sugaring Off

31 Mar 2019 12:00
16:00

Experience the onset of this spring in one of the few sugar maple groves remaining on the Island of Montreal.

Enjoy a wagon ride to our sugar shack and learn how syrup is made in the traditional way: on a wood fire, from sap collected in buckets.

German sausages, hotdogs, drinks and, of course, taffy on snow will be sold at a nominal charge.

This is, for the most part, an outdoor event. We don’t take reservations.

Introduction to Zotero

9 Apr 2019 10:00
11:00

Zotero is a free and open source software that enables you to organize your research, create bibliographies and insert citations or footnotes in your assignments. This workshop will introduce participants to the main functions of Zotero and will include a hands-on component. You can download Zotero here. Feel free to bring along your personal laptop, or otherwise to use one of the computers in the library classroom.

FAES Faculty Council Meeting

12 Apr 2019 14:30

Please mark these dates in your calendar. The dates for the 2018-19 Faculty Council Meetings are as follows:

2018

Friday, September 21 Friday, October 19 Friday, November 16 Friday, December 14

2019

Friday, January 18 Friday, February 15 Friday, March 15Friday, April 12 Friday, May 17

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