Several lectures are offered throughout the year that focus on understanding world religions and the role of religion throughout history and in contemporary society through a broad range of perspectives.
Bi-weekly web series from the McGill Office for Science and Society (OSS) covers a variety of science topics that are on everyone's minds; myth-busting, science-in-the-news, stories of general interest, and COVID-19.
MCLL is for people who want to continue learning for the joy of it and who wish to share their knowledge, ideas, and interests with others. People can participate in Study Groups or attend lectures. No exams or grades to worry about, and no age limits!
Students and members of the public can attend a variety of ongoing events, including panels, webinars, the Mallory, and Eakin Lectures, and the annual MISC conference. All events are focused on topics that matters to Canadians and are relevant to current public policy concerns.
Through a series of screenings, panels, workshops, and community events, Queer History Month aims to raise awareness, advance education, and increase visibility of 2SLGBTQIA+ communities at McGill and Montreal.
The Symposium brings together students, faculty, and the wider McGill community to discuss sustainability research at McGill across many different disciplines. It promotes a sustainable future using McGill’s greatest asset: its collective brainpower.