Concordia professor Stephanie Bolster deconstructs Dismaland, Banksy's controversial new art project.
Ten years on, what lessons can we really learn? Concordia researcher Rosemary Reilly weighs in.
The university’s efficient new OPUS card procedure came out of a class project.
The university is moving forward with recommendations on consent awareness, more training and better communication.
Concordia research finds that today’s ‘classroom’ is bigger and better than it ever was, for all the right reasons.
Suffering from sandy feet and beach-towel brain? These 5 activities can ease the transition to academic life
Journalism grad Joëlle Pouliot turns her lens on Quebec's 'maple syrup rebels.'
'The world is overreacting to what was initially an overreaction,' says Concordia finance expert Arvind K. Jain.
In honour of Burger Day on August 27, Concordia's executive chef Daniel Poulin shares his favourite recipe.
This fall, Concordia’s Leonard and Bina Ellen Art Gallery joins forces with Le Mois de la Photo à Montreal to produce Algorithmic Archaeology.
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In addition to having a negative impact on employees’ physical and psychological health, work-family conflict negatively affects job performance. […] In the future, work-family balance policies will no longer be a “bonus” but rather an essential strategy for attracting and retaining talent. The companies who work creatively and flexibly to meet these new expectations will come out on top.
Le Soudan du Sud est devenu une arène où se confrontent des acteurs friands de pouvoir. Fait important : l'absence totale de responsabilité pour les crimes commis par ces différents acteurs. Le degré d'impunité est élevé dû à l'absence de pressions internationales et régionales […] Il y a quatre ans, le peuple du Soudan du Sud a demandé une nation. Maintenant ils demandent aussi la paix.
Marie Lamensch, à quand la paix au Soudan du Sud?
Both the active smokers and active non-smokers in the study did about the same amount of physical activity — so teenagers shouldn't be discouraged from exercise just because they happen to smoke. If they discover that it helps them reduce cigarette cravings, they are on the right track.
Erin O’Loughlin, teens, smoking and bad body image.
Students learn a great deal from each other. They can't be a sole source of knowledge, but nor is it a case of the blind leading the blind. Plenty of learning comes from having the ability to exchange ideas and challenge one another's thoughts.
Richard Schmid, technology won't replace the back-to-school ritual.