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De-Stress During Exams!

No registration required.

Downtown campus, every exam day:

  • Therapy dogs: 12:30-1:30, Brown Building lobby
  • Yoga: 12:00-1:00pm, SSMU, Lev Bukhman (Room 203)
  • Mindfulness: 4:30-5:00pm, Brown Building room 4200

Mac Campus, Tuesdays and Thursdays during exams:

  • Therapy dogs: 12:30-2:00pm, Centennial Center Lobby
Dec. 8-21 Various locations

Mental Health for Finals

Are you struggling with feelings of stress, anxiety, or depression? Feeling overwhelmed managing finals?  Come and learn how to better understand of your emotional experience and free yourself from unhelpful thinking patterns.

Dec. 14, 10:00-11:30am Brown Building, room 4200

Basic Business Skills Series

The goal of the Basic Business Skills series is to provide graduate students with a basic understanding of the principles of business administration. The series consists of weekly 2-hour interactive lectures on topics such as finance, entrepreneurship and marketing yourself, as well as four hands-on case-cracking sessions allowing the application of the learned material. 

mid-January 2018
Various locations

Teaching Techniques for Instructors

Is your goal to become a teacher? Take your first step with this workshop!

Jan. 17, 9:30am-4:00pm McLennan-Redpath Library, Research Commons A

Graduate Teaching Workshop

The Tomlinson Project in University-Level Science Education (T-PULSE) will offer two January sessions of its Graduate Teaching Workshops for science graduate students. The workshop will offer a practical introduction to science education to complement your discipline knowledge.

Jan. 22 or 24 Various locations

Les principes de la gestion de projet II 

Cet atelier de deux jours s’appuie sur les apprentissages tirés de l’atelier Les principes de la gestion de projet I. Il apporte aux participants une compréhension plus approfondie des concepts de la gestion de projets complexes.

23 et 24 Janvier
9h00 à 5h00

CRIM 405 Avenue Ogilvy # 101

Salle 11

Aptitudes de communication

La communication est à la base d’une grande partie de nos activités professionnelles : dévoiler nos résultats de recherche à nos partenaires industriels ; rédiger une proposition de projet pour obtenir du financement ; correspondre avec nos confrères par courriel ; faire la rencontre de nouveaux collègues ou superviseurs. Toutes ces tâches exigent que nous communiquions de façon efficace et réfléchie.

25 Janvier
9h00 à 5h00

CRIM 405 Avenue Ogilvy # 101

Salle 11

7th Annual Academic Integrity Day

Who determines authorship and authorship order on a publication? What are the rules about data collection and analysis? When is it okay to omit some data results from my analysis? This workshop invites you to examine these issues of academic integrity at McGill and in the broader context. You will be given the opportunity to interact with faculty members and other graduate students to discuss and debate real cases involving ethical dilemmas.

January 26th,

New Residence Hall

Foundations of Project Management II

Participants will work in learning teams of approximately 5 people formed at the beginning of the two-day workshop. Building on the skills developed in Foundations of Project Management I

Feb. 6th & 7th
9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Room # 11

Skills of Communication

Skills of Communication is a full-day session featuring the tools and tips of better verbal communication. It will test your assumptions and mental models and for many, it may be the first time you learn about the Ladder of Inference, the Johari Window and more. 


Feb. 8th
9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Room # 11


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