Architectural Lecture Series
Every Monday in January
The annual Architectural Lecture Series presented by the Institute for Architectural Studies & Conservation takes place every Monday at 7 pm in January. Lectures take place at Beaconsfield’s Carriage House in Charlottetown. Info: 902-368-6603
History of Medicine Society
Dr. Jock Murray will present a talk entitled "Noble Goals, Dedicated Doctors: Stories from 150 years of Educating Physicians at Dalhousie Medical School." The stories of medical education at Dalhousie will cover the remarkable beginning of the medical school, the early acceptance of women, some outstanding doctors and some outrageous and criminal characters, the ill-fated separation from the university, the impact of a school teacher’s critical report, the role of medical students in the Halifax Explosion, and how medical education and medical admissions have changed over the years. The presentation will be held at UPEI Main Building Faculty Lounge, Room 201, on January 17 at 7 pm. Storm date is January 24. All are welcome.