This week, Concordia’s world-class expert in building aerodynamics has landed an honorary doctorate from Eindhoven University of Technology.
From activist ageing to feminist edit-a-thons, four new Concordia initiatives highlight the website’s importance as a learning tool.
On May 7, Concordia plays host to the Eastern Regional 3MT Thesis Competition.
QS and Times Higher Education rankings praise the university's strong programs and international outlook.
MAY 4-JUNE 29: See Mary Dawson, Don Boudria, Jean-Pierre Kingsley and 34 other influential speakers at the Workshops on Social Science Research.
Excellence in teaching, leadership and research to be celebrated at various events this spring.
Researchers from McGill and Concordia discover a mechanism behind circadian rhythms.
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Nous devons être conscients du rôle des femmes au sein de l'EI pour au moins deux raisons. Premièrement pour se rendre compte du danger qu'elles peuvent poser bien que leurs rôles soient moins visibles que ceux des hommes. Deuxièmement pour comprendre pourquoi les femmes adhèrent aux fantasmes vendus par le groupe extrémiste, ce qui nous permettrait peut-être d'améliorer nos stratégies de prévention.
Nothing can ever be done to reverse the terrible events that nearly destroyed the Armenians. But silence is never an option for those fighting for justice. The Turkish government should realize it will continue to be ostracized in the present for minimizing the atrocities carried out in the past.
Kyle Matthews, Turkey and the Armenian genocide.
Disruption of the circadian rhythm is sometimes unavoidable but it can lead to serious consequences. This research is really about the importance of the circadian rhythm to our general well-being. We've taken an important step towards being able to reset our internal clocks and improve the health of thousands as a result.
Shimon Amir. Finding the body clock's reset button.
It’s been shown that developing recreational activities around smaller rivers makes people feel proud, but also concerned about what’s going on. Suddenly people realize: ‘It’s my river,’ and it makes them willing to accept public investments to improve conditions.
Pascale Biron, Facing Montreal’s waterways.