McGill Political Science Students' Association

Events

 

Our events are as diverse as the constituents we represent. We host a variety of social and academic events, abiding by our commitment to environmental sustainability and inclusivity. From speaker series, to inter-departmental mixers, the PSSA ensures and encourages participation in these events to greater expand students' networks and personal development. 

March

Ottawa Trip
Professor Research Brunch: Winter Edition
Nothing But Nets: Charity Fundraiser for the Against Malaria Foundation

April

MJPS Launch and Professor Awards
Cram Jam Exam Prep Part 2: Winter Edition
Cookies & Coffee R Us Office Hour

January

Welcome Back Party 2.0 at Bar Des Pins

February

McGIll vs. Concordia Debate: Affirmative Action
Interdepartmental Mixer (ESA, IDSSA)
"The Rise of Islamism" (Egyptian Students' Association)

 

All Events

U.S. Presidential Election Professor Panel and Student Debate

During one of the most contentious elections in American electoral history, where two different presidential candidates have been leading the polls in the last months, the McGill Political Science Students' Association is bringing you an evening of live(ly) debate and discussion on the topic of the 2016 American Election.

 

 

► PANEL DISCUSSION WITH PROFESSORS:

 

Confirmed attendees:

- Dr. Harold M. Waller (PhD, Georgetown University)

- Dr. Jacob T. Levy (PhD, Princeton University)

 

► PANEL DISCUSSION WITH STUDENTS:

 

- Students will speak from their own points of view, not on behalf of any group to which they may belong

-Students will not be defending a specific candidate or party platform

► TOPICS:

- Education

- Environment

- Foreign Policy

- Social/Justice Policy

If you would to ask a question at the panel, fill out the form below:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdZ5i-2_mSBlu-AA0ShY8CMaTa9mFmNN7Zxthe9c1nPuYqoqQ/viewform

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Accessibility Information for Thomson House:

Thomson House is located on McTavish Street, which is on a hill. There is a ramp that leads from the terrace adjacent to the side parking lot, and there is an elevator in the building.

A written transcription of this event will be available via PSSA archives after the event.

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Thanks to all involved student groups for making this happen!

Contact academic@mcgillpssa.ca if you have any questions, inquiries, or concerns.

Kyle Rubenok.ca