Project led by Concordia's Nadia Bhuiyan will apply ‘lean’ principles from the automotive sector to increase efficiency.
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Innovative improvement initiatives benefit from Concordia’s input and leadership.
The Concordia student and record-breaking skier just landed a national nomination for Athlete of the Year.
$5 million will be initially transferred to the new fund.
The coordinator of Concordia's HIV/AIDS Community Lecture Series wins international acclaim.
The student association soars after strong competition finishes.
The Centre for the Study of Learning and Performance tackles the complexities of success.
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Mebs Kanji and Kerry Tannahill, lessons from the Quebec charter of values
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