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Infants absorb more than we might think

Aug
12
Infants absorb more than we might think

Concordia research shows babies know the difference between animate and inanimate objects.

psychology

Aug
15
Concordians to play in Women’s Rugby World Cup on Sunday

Concordians to play in Women’s Rugby World Cup on Sunday

Personal trainer Kim Donaldson and alumna Latoya Blackwood on Team Canada.

sports alumni Stingers
Aug
12
Exchange students learn about sustainability — and local customs

Exchange students learn about sustainability — and local customs

The exchange between Fulda University of Applied Sciences and Concordia provides for experiential and interdisciplinary learning.

sustainability
Aug
11
Transforming Montreal’s post-industrial landscape

Transforming Montreal’s post-industrial landscape

A group of Concordia researchers are consulting on plans to revitalize an abandoned Montreal building.

arts history


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Next stop, Cirque du Soleil
Next stop, Cirque du Soleil
Aug
06
Students can now get up close and personal with exotic animals
Students can now get up close and personal with exotic animals
Aug
11
Top 5 reasons to attend orientation
Top 5 reasons to attend orientation
Jul
10
Milestone for Concordia tradition
Milestone for Concordia tradition
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16

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Beyond the Headlines 2013
Beyond the Headlines 2013
Inspired by Concordia’s four-part conversation series with The Globe and Mail on the theme of “Living well and staying healthy,” Beyond the Headlines 2013 showcases the ideas of internationally renowned university research experts and their intellectual counterparts. Beyond the Headlines is published annually.

   

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