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Science Literacy Week @ McGill: Home

Events happening across campus during science literacy week

Past SLW events at McGill

Science Literacy Week, Sept. 20-26, 2021

September 20 - 26, 2021

All of our events below are free and online for Science Literacy Week!

Monday
September 20, 2021
Tuesday
September 21, 2021
Wednesday
September 22, 2021
Thursday
September 23, 2021
Friday
September 24, 2021
Saturday
September 25, 2021
Sunday
September 26, 2021

 

Virtual workshop (Zoom), 1-2 p.m.: Data Rescue: Archives and Weather Project (DRAW). Become a citizen climate scientist with DRAW! - What is DRAW? The Project and How to Transcribe. [Register]

Virtual workshop (Zoom), 12:30-2 p.m.: Chart Making in Excel: Going Further by Telling a Story with your Data. [Register]


Virtual event (Zoom) 7-8 p.m.: Talking with Martians: A panel on red-planet research. Hosted by AstroMcGill. [More info on FaceBook]

Webinar (Zoom), 1:30-2:30 p.m.: The Art of Explaining Science to Non-Specialists. [Register]

Virtual event (Zoom), 12-1 p.m.: Secret science spots of McGill. Brought to you by the Redpath Museum. [Register]


Virtual workshop (Zoom), 1-2:30 p.m.: From Science to Startup: A Beginner's Guide to Entrepreneurship as a Researcher. [Register]

10 a.m. - 12 p.m. En français et en présentiel: Rallye chimie - Atomes crochus. 12 ans et plus. Adultes: 15$. Étudiants et 65+: 12$ [Inscrivez]


Virtual event (Zoom), 10-11 am: unEarth - Explore jungles, coral reefs and more! Redpath Museum. For 10-12 years old. [Register]

Sur Zoom, 11:30-12:30: unEarth - Explorez les jungles, les récifs coralliens et plus encore! Musée Redpath. Pour les 10-12 ans. [Inscrivez]

De-Stress + Sketch Online, SLW edition! Visual Arts Collection

 

Temporary exhibition

Highlights from the Science History Collections

Visit our digital exhibition on Flickr to learn what special collections can teach us about climate!

 

 

 

 

 

"Phillip Island Parrot" from John Gould's "The birds of Australia." London : Printed by R. and J.E. Taylor; Pub. by the author, [1840]-48. Blacker Wood Natural History Collection.

 

Contact April Colosimo or Rebecca Nicholson with questions or for more information. For additional information about Science Literacy Week across the country, please visit the Science Literacy Week website.


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