- On display: research projects by 200 of tomorrow’s leading minds
- 'One of Canada's top journalism awards' — national acclaim for Concordia investigative project The Price of Oil
- For World Water Day, Concordia goes with the F.L.O.W.
- Achieved: 'A genuine effort to engage older adults'
- One Earth Hour with no power
'One of Canada's top journalism awards' — national acclaim for Concordia investigative project The Price of Oil
A collaborative team of 50+ students, editors and journalists land one of two 2018 Hillman honourable mentions.
Concordia researchers and community organizations successfully intervene to improve Montreal's consultations with seniors.
A study led by Concordia professor Matthew Harsh bridges the 'engagement gap' in development.
MAR. 22: Concordia's Centre for Creative Reuse celebrates its birthday with a zero-waste art party.
Grad student Darian Stahl examines how our sense of self changes when we interact with medical technology.
The Hydro-Québec Montreal Regional Science and Technology Fair returns to Concordia March 25-27.
Annabelle Daoust and Fany Rodrigue will work with GI Quo Vadis to realize their 'Misty Valley' installation.
From a ‘Course ReBoot’ camp to online teaching — here are the pilots and experiments currently in the works.
The task force has officially started its work, which includes community-wide conversations.
Concordia students join 54 Pan-American teams at the regional CFA Institute Research Challenge.
PhD candidate Alireza Mohammadi measures temperature, noise and light on public transit.
A collaborative new design contest at Concordia aims to make the city more inclusive for people with physical disabilities. Check out its launch this week!
This month, Concordia PhD student Darlene St. Georges is taking her exploration of Indigenous identity to the world-renowned Tate Liverpool art gallery in England.