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From failing grades to a fearless move, the distinguished recipients recall their formative learning experiences.
Arthi Ramachandran and Alicia McTaggart are among 20 finalists in the 2017 Science Exposed contest — vote now!
Concordia responds to an independent national review of support for science.
On June 5, the SALTISE Conference looks for new ways to engage learners.
As online threats multiply, here's how to be vigilant about unsolicited emails.
‘Customers want a new kind of showroom that offers shopping, entertainment and socializing,’ says Concordia professor Tingyu Zhou.
Concordia will be the first university in Montreal to offer IELTS certification.
Concordia’s Azrieli Institute celebrates the 50th anniversary of the world’s fair.
On May 15, this 'downtown urban oasis' reopens to Concordians.
Concordia researcher Max Bergholz wins the 2017 Joseph Rothschild Prize for his examination of a Balkan massacre.
Jessica Murphy explores the connections between age and obesity.
In an address to the Montreal Council on Foreign Relations, Concordia’s president makes the case for ‘working together, across borders, to build a better world.’
Find out which Concordia services will be available over the long weekend.
Graduate program administrator Julie Blumer and music professor Liselyn Adams reflect on their years at Concordia.
The week-long CIHR Summer Program in Aging begins May 15 at the PERFORM Centre. Here’s your preview!
Library supervisor Margaret Robertson, finance professor Abraham Brodt and media relations director Chris Mota reflect on their years at Concordia.
Two Concordians, Donigan Cumming and Raymonde April, are finalists.
Concordia's Simone de Beauvoir Summer Institute seeks to mobilize its participants to focus on those most affected by intersecting systems of oppression.