Daniel Horen Greenford’s research aims to assign responsibility and reduce greenhouse-gas emissions.
A new book by Concordia journalism instructor Kate Hutchinson documents 'people who seem to have found their place'.
Concordia researcher Peter Jaskiewicz's steps to staying innovative and autonomous are picked up by The Wall Street Journal.
Concordia researchers create a technology to harness the electrical energy from plants.
On November 29, the new Jack.org club is hosting a screening of alum Erahm Christopher’s film Listen.
Her 'surreal' animated short Kaleidoscope landed a spot at the Berlin International Film Festival.
An exclusive partnership allows users to receive their OPUS card by mail.
A Concordia researcher's Portable Snowden Archive circumvents mass surveillance.
In the latest strategic directions report, Concordia's chief information officer looks to the university’s technological future.
The new agreement with the province is a boon for researchers.
Concordia marketing professor Zeynep Arsel questions whether the much-discussed Mattel-Moschino ad really is a leap forward.
On November 25, visiting professor Tim Winter examines how nations use historic sites for political ends.
The 2015 Oxford Dictionaries 'word of the year' is an emoji. Does that make it fair game for essays?
We asked — and Concordia writing expert Laura Dunbar answered. NOTE: Chutzpah ahead...
Journalism professor Linda Kay previews the third annual Women’s Faculty Summit.
Federal funding and industry support will allow the university to meet the growing global demand for talent.
The environmental impact is undeniable, say Concordia professor Nadia Bhuiyan and green aviation expert Sylvain Cofsky. How can we clear the air?
Every Saturday, relive the glory days of your youth with Concordia’s dodgeball club.
This month, Concordia's Leonard and Bina Ellen Art Gallery revisits the act of reading in the digital age.
The Workshops on Social Science Research's winter lecturers include ethics commissioner Mary Dawson and auditor general Michael Ferguson.
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Families can share stories, and the evidence we found suggests that telling and retelling tales about the family’s entrepreneurial legacy inspires children toward entrepreneurship, both inside and outside the family firm. If there is an entrepreneur in your family, tell his or her story. It might become the steppingstone toward an entrepreneurial legacy that lasts for generations.
Peter Jaskiewicz and James G. Combs, how to keep a family business alive for generations
The creation of a CVO (Chief Values Officer) is neither a panacea nor a cure-all for the current state of affairs. However, it may be one way to shift the internal dialogue in a company that permits acceptance of excessive price increases or excessively high prices for drugs toward considering fairer drug pricing strategies in addition to appropriate marketing strategies.
Lea Katsanis, why pharma needs Chief Values Officers
Sometimes people are so happy to hear these teachings that they weep...They see their own journey that is similar. If my words can help someone, that's all I want to do. […] Now, as a (spiritual) grandmother, I would like to offer that back as reciprocity to those that are suffering.
Morning Star, healing circles.
By trapping the electrons released by blue-green algae during photosynthesis, we can harness the electrical energy they produce naturally. [...] By taking advantage of a process that is constantly occurring all over the world, we've created a new and scalable technology that could lead to cheaper ways of generating carbon-free energy.
Muthukumaran Packirisamy, a new (blue) green power source.