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ARTS AND SCIENCE


Information

  CAMPUS LOCATION
Admissions - graduate Loyola and SGW SP Building, table 304 and MB Building, table 205
Admissions - undergraduate Loyola and SGW SP Building, table 303 and MB Building, table 206
Co-op (with paid internships) Loyola and SGW SP Building, table 305 and MB Building, table 207
Student life SGW MB Building, table 209
Applied Human Sciences Loyola SP Building, table 321
Biology Loyola SP Building, table 311
Centre for Applied and Synthetic Biology Loyola SP Building, table 312
Chemistry and Biochemistry Loyola SP Building, table 310
Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics Loyola and SGW SP Building, table 322 and MB Building, table 213
Communication Studies Loyola SP Building, table 318
Economics SGW MB Building, table 204
Education SGW MB Building, table 222
English SGW MB Building, table 210
Études françaises SGW MB Building, table 219
Exercise Science Loyola SP Building, table 324
Geography, Planning and Environment Loyola and SGW SP Building, table 314 and MB Building, table 214
History SGW MB Building, table 211
Irish Studies SGW MB Building, table 212
Journalism Loyola SP Building, table 319
Liberal Arts College SGW MB Building, table 223
Loyola College for Diversity and Sustainability Loyola SP Building, table 323
Mathematics and Statistics SGW MB Building, table 218
Philosophy SGW MB Building, table 224
Physics Loyola SP Building, table 316
Political Science SGW MB Building, table 221
Psychology Loyola SP Building, table 320
Religions and Cultures SGW MB Building, table 215
School of Community and Public Affairs SGW MB Building, table 217
Science College Loyola SP Building, table 315
Simone de Beauvoir Institute SGW MB Building, table 225
Sociology and Anthropology SGW MB Building, table 216
Theological Studies SGW MB Building, table 220

Presentations and more

The Faculty of Arts and Science

Information session
11 a.m. — SGW Campus, MB 2.435 Length: 20 minutes
11.30 a.m. — Loyola Campus, SP 157  Length: 20 minutes
An introduction to Concordia's largest Faculty, whose programs span the humanities, sciences and social sciences.

Beyond disciplines

Drop by anytime between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. — Loyola Campus, SP Building, table 313
Mix it up, experiment boldly, and go beyond disciplines! Learn about our ongoing series of public events and podcasts designed to encourage discussion across the disciplines in Concordia’s Faculty of Arts and Science.

Lab Life Image Gallery
Drop by anytime between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. — Loyola Campus, SP Building, table 326
See how scientists visualize their discoveries and processes at the Lab Life Image Gallery.  From capturing wild life, division of cells, nanomaterials, application of lasers, and imaging our brains, there is much to uncover in Concordia’s laboratories!

Applied Human Sciences

Information session
10:30 a.m. — Loyola Campus, SP 157  Length: 20 minutes
An introduction to the Master's in Human Systems Intervention with Rosemary Reilly.

Classics, Modern Languages and Linguistics

Linguistics and Cognitive Science
12.30 p.m. — Loyola Campus, SP 157 Length: 20 minutes
With Dr. Charles Reiss.

Italy and Its Many Languages from Dante to the Present
3 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB 2.435 Length: 20 minutes
With Dr. Dario Brancato.

Education

An overview of the department's undergraduate programs
1 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB 2.435 Length: 30 minutes

English

Applying to Creative Writing: what you need to know
12 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB 2.435 Length: 45 minutes
Learn about the practical aspects of putting together a strong application, including what should be in your portfolio.

Words-in-Freedom: The Art of the Modernist Manifesto
3 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB 2.445 Length: 30 minutes
In the early decades of the twentieth century, avant-garde movements such as the Futurists, Surrealists, and Dadaists announced their revolutionary aims in pithy, provocative mission statements called manifestos. This lecture introduces listeners to this exuberant practice within a global context.

Exercise Science

What is Clinical Exercise Physiology?
1:30 p.m. — Loyola Campus, SP 165.22 Length: 20 minutes
With Dr. Alain Leroux.

What is Athletic Therapy?
2:30 p.m. — Loyola Campus, SP 165.22 Length: 20 minutes
With Dr. Richard DeMont

Geography, Planning and Environment

A demonstration of geospatial technology equipment
11:30 a.m. — SGW Campus, MB 2.435 Length: 20 minutes
2 p.m. — Loyola Campus, SP 157 Length: 20 minutes
Highlighting the new drone.

Journalism

The Future of Journalism
11 a.m. and 1 p.m. — Loyola Campus, CJ 3.306 Length: 30 minutes
With Dr. David Secko.

Philosophy

Why Philosophy Matters
11 a.m. — SGW Campus, MB 2.445 Length: 60 minutes
An introduction to Philosophy. With Dr. Katharina Nieswandt and Dr. Ulf Hlobil.

Political Science

What You Need To Know About Poli Sci
1.30 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB 2.435 Length: 45 minutes
With Dr. Leander Schneider and Dr. Rick Bisaillon.

Theological Studies

Understanding Radicalization in Today's World
2:30 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB 2.435 Length: 20 minutes
Join Professor André Gagné for a talk on radicalization: defining radicalization; the process of radicalization, and the ideological and theological markers used by recruiters of radical groups (religious, alt-right, etc.) to incite people to join their movements; and the dangers of social polarizing.

Labyrinth Walk
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. — Loyola Campus courtyard Length: ongoing
While their earliest uses remain a mystery, labyrinths have appeared in many forms, sizes and media, across the world’s cultures, from the Neolithic Period to their popular revival today. Their patterned pathways suggest pilgrimage and inner journey. Experience the relaxing refreshment of walking a scale model of the Chartres Cathedral labyrinth.


Tours

Biology
Upon request — Loyola Campus, SP Building, table 311 Length: 30 minutes
Tour the department's teaching and research laboratories.

Centre for Applied Synthetic Biology

11 a.m., 12 p.m., 2 p.m. 3 p.m. — Loyola Campus, SP Building, table 312 Length: 30 minutes
See the Centre's research labs and the Genome Foundry, Canada’s first robotic research platform for synthetic biology.

Chemistry and Biochemistry
Every hour from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. — Loyola Campus, SP Building, table 310 Length: 30 minutes
See how our research and teaching labs let you unlock the bacterial repertoire. Tour our lanthanide doped nanoparticles labs, with applications across the scientific, medical, and industrial realms, including biotechnology, forensics and security, biosensing, medicine, and imaging.

Communication Studies
10.30 a.m., 12 p.m., 1:30 p.m., 3 p.m. — Loyola Campus, SP Building, table 318 Length: 45 minutes

English
11 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB Building, table 210 Length: 30 minutes
Come see the Mordecai Richler Reading Room and the literary and new media labs.

Exercise Science
Upon request — Loyola Campus, SP Building, table 324 Length: 30 minutes
A tour of laboratories and other facilities.

Geography, Planning and Environment
Upon request — SGW Campus, MB Building, table 214 Length: 20 minutes
See our Geographic Information Systems (GIS) lab.

Journalism
Every hour from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. — Loyola Campus, SP Building, table 319 Length: 20 minutes

Liberal Arts College
Every 30 minutes from 10.15 a.m. to 2.45 p.m. — SGW Campus, MB Building, table 223 Length: 30 minutes 
Tour the College’s library, student lounge, and seminar rooms. Chat with professors.

Physics
Upon request — Loyola Campus, SP Building, table 316 Length: 30 minutes
Tour the department's teaching and research laboratories.

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