Redpath Museum

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We chat with Carly Weeks, National Health Reporter at The Globe and Mail,  500 Internal Server Error

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The webcast can be accessed LIVE on Thursday, July  16th at 12pm EST on the following platforms:

Classified as: OSS, Joe Schwarcz, hs-communications, Friends of the Library, Redpath Museum
6Aug202012:00
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Chief Innovation Officer at Boston Children’s Hospital Dr. John Brownstein has been working on a number of research projects with respect to COVID-19 surveillance. Among them, early detection and global tracking of COVID-19 with HealthMap, as well as crowdsourcing of illness in communities across the United States and Canada with COVID Near You, which encourages people to "submit" how they are feeling. We speak with Dr. Brownstein on this week's "COVID and More".

 

Classified as: OSS, Joe Schwarcz, alumni, mcgill alumni, hs-communications, Redpath Museum, Faculty of Science, covid19, coronavirus, Harvard
24Sep202018:00
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Special Homecoming Cutting Edge Lecture

By John Pomeroy (FRSC Distinguished Professor, Dept. of Geography & Planning, Canada Research Chair in Water Resources and Climate Change, Director, University of Saskatchewan Centre for Hydrology).

Classified as: Public talks, STEM Outreach, Public Outreach talk, Cutting edge lecture
15Oct202018:00
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Slow and fast earthquakes - from plate boundary faults to hydraulic fractures

By Yajing Liu (Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, McGill University)

Classified as: Public talks, STEM Outreach, Public Outreach talk, Cutting edge lecture
10Dec202018:00
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Dec. 10, 2020: By Christopher Moraes (Canada Research Chair in Advanced Cellular Microenvironments, Dept. Chemical Engineering, McGill). 

Classified as: Public talks, STEM Outreach, Public Outreach talk
11Dec202012:00
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By Kirsten Crandall (Joint PhD candidate, Dr. Virginie Millien, McGill University and Dr. Jeremy Kerr, University of Ottawa)

Classified as: freaky friday, Public Talk, STEM Outreach
15Dec202012:00
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Survival Workshops are for everyone, including McGill students, staff and faculty. 

Would you like to learn traditional skills like building snow shelters, foraging for edible plants, making cords from natural fibres, basketweaving and wood carving?. Join educators from the Coyote Programs for monthly interactive learning workshops. 

Classified as: out and about, Public Outreach, STEM Outreach, Survival workshops
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Bird Protection in Quebec started 100 years ago to prevent hunting on Mont Royal. Check out the display honouring the work of this group, and the renovations of the Quebec Biodiversity Exhibits.

With generous support from Bird Protection Quebec (BPQ).  

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McGill Survival Workshops are for everyone, including McGill students, staff and faculty. 

Would you like to learn traditional skills like building snow shelters, foraging for edible plants, basketweaving, and wood carving?  Join educators from the Coyote Programs for interactive learning workshops given once a month. 

These workshops are presented on Tuesdays over lunch from 12h00 to 13h00. We do not provide lunch at these workshops, so please eat before or after.

Classified as: out and about, Public Outreach, STEM Outreach
16Feb202112:00
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McGill Survival Workshops are now offered for everyone, including McGill students, staff and faculty 

Would you like to learn traditional skills like building snow shelters, foraging for edible plants, making cords, and wood carving?  Join educators from the Coyote Programs for interactive learning workshops given once a month. 

These workshops are presented on Tuesdays over lunch from 12h00 to 13h00. We do not provide lunch at these workshops, so please eat before or after.

Classified as: out and about, Public Outreach, Public Talk, STEM Outreach
9Mar202112:00
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Survival Workshops are for everyone, including McGill students, staff and faculty. 

Would you like to learn traditional skills like building snow shelters, foraging for edible plants, making cords from natural fibres, basketweaving and wood carving?. Join educators from the Coyote Programs for monthly interactive learning workshops. 

Classified as: out and about, Public Outreach, STEM Outreach, Survival workshops
13Apr202112:00
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Our McGill Survival Workshops are now open to everyone, including McGill students, staff and faculty.

Would you like to learn traditional techniques such as building snow shelters, searching for edible plants, preparing balms, beekeeping and woodcarving?

Join Coyote educators for interactive learning workshops once a month. These workshops are presented on Tuesday afternoons from 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm.

Bilingual.

We do not provide meals at these workshops. Please eat before or after.

Classified as: out and about, Public Outreach
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