Concordia biology professor Malcolm Whiteway identifies cellular variations that may lead to more effective treatments.
As You Want it Darker hits the streets, Concordia professor Norman Ravvin traces the singer-songwriter's lifelong connection to the Jewish community.
Concordia’s Lost Stories project announces a new series of four artworks and films.
This November, Concordia hosts the first-ever North American edition of the Global Diplomacy Lab.
L’Association francophone pour le savoir recognizes the Concordia professor’s body of work in cognitive development.
His bone-repair image captured the top spot in the Canada-wide Science Exposed contest.
Concordia alum Julian McKenzie reflects on a sports icon, and his own recent award from the Black Academic Scholarship Fund.
This fall’s international exhibition features six Faculty of Fine Arts alumni.
Concordia professor Zachary Patterson teams up with the City of Montreal to launch a travel survey tool.
Giuseppe Di Labbio and Mona Taghavi pursue innovative solutions for heart diseases and cloud computing.
On October 27, sample culinary delights while raising money for the Student Emergency and Food Fund.
The Montreal Gazette awards bursaries and scholarships to the university’s future star reporters.
NOV. 2-3: Policy-makers, cyber-security researchers and other experts converge on Concordia for an international conference.
A new cross-sector initiative aims to proactively support students at challenging times of the school year.
Find out how to step up to stop sexual violence.
Concordia alumna Katherine Romanow serves up some spirituality in her popular series, The Wandering Chew.
Concordia film student Zach Fenlon showcases an inspirational mother-son story.
A CBC foreign correspondent and a founding member of Arcade Fire are among the fall 2016 recipients.
More than a shared office, Temps Libre Mile End offers a free community area equipped with Wi-Fi, a library and an arcade.
Sherry Farrell Racette is the next speaker in a Concordia lecture series at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.
Undergrad Ben Evans combines electrical engineering with top-notch busking.
You have until October 28 to apply for the competition that pairs Canada's best business students with top executives.