Friday, June 17th 2016
Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec
This event aims to bring together all graduate neuroscience students to meet, present their projects, discuss new ideas and network to create a larger Québec neuroscience community. The day will include presentations by keynote speakers and peers, 5-minute pitch talks, poster presentations and panel discussions on the future of neuroscience.
All presentations will be in English. Posters can be in French or English.
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Sunday, May 15th 2016
8700 boul du Golf, Anjou H1J 3A1
$15 for an hour
GSAN will be going to the Trampoline Park! For those unfamiliar, this is an indoor arena with over 100 interconnected floor level padded trampoline in various sizes. There will be a large open jump area, trampoline dodgeball stadium, basketball dunk centers, slack lines, and foam pits for you to test your flips.
To secure a spot in a car, you will have to pay an institute rep or me the $15 ASAP. This will be on a first-come-first-served basis.
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Sunday, April 24th 2016
This annual fundraising event, held in conjunction with the Banque Scotia 21k de Montréal et 5k, allows participants to raise funds in support of The Neuro while training for a 5k or a half-marathon.
We invite all staff and students to run, walk, or roll for The Neuro by participating in the 2016 Scotiabank Charity Challenge! Help The Neuro reach its goal of $35,000.
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Saturday, February 20th 2016
$0 - $5
12 pm - 3 pm
GSAN French classes will start again the week of January 18 and will run until April 26th. Classes will take place from 5:30 - 7:00 (Intermediate on Mondays, Advanced and Beginners on Tuesdays).
Saturday, December 12th 2015
Pub L'Île Noire
$20 tickets [members], $30 [non-members]
Open bar from 9pm-12am
Dress code: semi-formal
Thursday, December 10th 2015
Thomson House, #404
Free beer, juice, and nachos
Restricted to students enrolled in GSAN french classes.