Happy Halloween for real this time!!! Have some more lazy costume ideas! 50 Shades of Grey. Error 404 Costume Not Found. Life giving you lemons.
The weekly’s coming to you a day early to remind you that today is pumpkin carving day! Come watch 4 teams battle it out in the N4 lobby at 1pm.
1. Postdoc Drinks Night
Sofia and Joanne are organising another biology Postdoc drinks night! Join us to welcome winter on 8 November from 5pm at Thomson house. Sign up here to give us an idea of numbers and contact details in case of changes:
2. Healthy Brains for Healthy Lives
Healthy Brains for Healthy Lives has two events coming up – see flyers for details
From divergent thinking to convergent solutions: Including creative thinking in your research
Wednesday, November 14 from 6-9pm
In this workshop, you will explore the artistic process through interactive exercises. You will learn practical strategies that can help you multitask, solve complex problems, and generate new ideas in your current project and future career.
The Reviewer’s Perspective: A panel discussion on academic publishing in neuroscience
Wednesday, November 28 from 12-1:30pm
At this event, you will get tips and advice on how to write impressive manuscripts and navigate the academic publication process from 6 McGill neuroscience researchers, Drs. Suparna Choudhury, Jean-Baptiste Poline, David Ragsdale, Wayne Sossin, Alanna Watt, and Robert Zatorre.
3. Coffee Hour
Coffee hour will be next Wednesday November 6th 10AMin the BGSA room S3/5.
4. Last call for Department Equity and Diversity Survey
Fill out the survey here.
5. Need quiet study space?
If you ever need a place for quiet study, the BGSA room has two closed rooms that you can book
6. IF YOU NEED TO UNSUBSCRIBE
Email me, firstname.lastname@example.org, or send the following email to email@example.com in the body (not subject line) : UNSUB BGSA
Happy tricking and treating!
Fun fact of the week – “Botanical evidence shows the plant from which chocolate is made was first grown for food more than 5,000 years ago in the Amazon rainforest. … Until now it was thought that chocolate originated much later and in Central rather than South America” Read up on the history of chocolate at theBBC.
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