International standing once again highlights the university's research impact.
Concordia marketing expert Caroline Roux reveals why a certain fall beverage makes people go gaga.
Two undergraduate teams dominated the podium with designs for a greener fuel nozzle and helicopter blade
On October 14, explore the digital future of education at e.SCAPE with Jen Ross, author of the Manifesto for Teaching Online.
Longtime supporters of Concordia, André Desmarais and France Chrétien Desmarais are first major benefactors to support District 3.
Concordia mourns the former dean of Fine Arts and early music pioneer.
Faculties and departments are rolling up their sleeves for Phase 2 of the strategic directions initiative.
On October 1 to 3, a Concordia photography conference will look at the changing role of images.
The family of late author Mordecai Richler provides ‘truly inspiring’ support for future literary generations.
Concordia researchers explore how players bend the rules in social media games, and judge others for doing the same.
In the news
A man of simple origins, speaking in a soft voice, and with a humbleness that stands in stark contrast to the behaviour of many of our political leaders here and abroad, Pope Francis delivered a powerful and consistent message. He reminded us that the edifice of civilization must be built on the principles of social justice and compassion.[…) He showed us how to embrace diversity and turn it into a force that can liberate humanity from its self-destructive ways.
András Göllner, the pope’s powerful message.
When we think about organizational change as involving buy-in, we are imagining that we need to sell the change to some group of people in order to secure their co-operation or, at least, their acquiescence. Since we are involved in a sale, we use the tactics of salesmanship. There is, however, a different way to think about how stakeholders might be involved in organizational change. In your change initiative, are you doing things to people? Or are you doing things with people?
James Conklin, changing the approach to organizational change.
We firmly believe that accelerating innovation and nurturing talent is fundamental to our society’s long-term prosperity. Our donation to Concordia’s District 3 is a concrete way for us to support innovation and further bridge the gap between higher education and private enterprise.
André Desmarais, District 3 receives $1 million startup boost.
Players believe cheating might be different based on the platform on which play takes place. They believe social network games are not 'real' games, so you can't cheat at them. […] I'm interested in seeing whether players are less willing to cheat when they play with their real identities, and what that means for the future of social networks.
Mia Consalvo, on cheating in online social network games.