- Sounds of freedom: ‘There was a political message that took precedence’
- Concordia researchers receive more than $7 million in federal funding
- Stratospheric successes for Space Concordia
- Science Exposed: The beauty of bone repair under the microscope
- Concordia’s Civil Engineering program ranks best in Canada
Canada’s Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council lends its support to 50 ‘cutting-edge’ projects at the university.
The student society’s satellite and rocketry divisions earn podium finishes at two major competitions.
A Shanghai-based university research centre places the program 20th in the world, ahead of Stanford and Cambridge.
This fall’s international exhibition features six Faculty of Fine Arts alumni.
Concordia’s hometown ‘played the innovation game at the highest possible level.’
Concordia’s industrial apprenticeships take engineering students to new heights.
Concordia researchers have developed a technique to locate underground leaks with 99.5% accuracy.
This July, the 20th IDEAS Symposium at Concordia tackles digital privacy, security and ‘how we live.’
Concordia postdoctoral fellow’s photo is one of 20 finalists in NSERC’s new image contest.
Concordia celebrates the success of 29 Aboriginal graduates.
New Concordia research shows how sibling relationships enrich at-home learning.
A Concordia research project tackles sustainability through public art.
An op-ed by Matthew Hays, a part-time professor of journalism, film studies and communication studies at Concordia.
The award-winning doctoral student and indigenous feminist confronts prostitution ‘as a form of colonial male violence.’
Concordia professors, students and alumni prepare for a Norwegian invasion in July.
The professional player and four-time Olympic medallist brings energy and experience to the locker room.
5,700 Concordia spring graduates receive words of encouragement and inspiration.
May 2016 accolades for Concordians leading their fields.
Music instructor Dave Turner recalls 36 years of playing with the greats.