- Thinking Out Loud: 8 cool listens for hot days
- ‘It’s a privilege to honour their tireless commitment’: The Provost’s Celebration recognizes 6 outstanding Concordia faculty
- 'It exceeded my expectations and opened up my mind'
- Toddlers with better ‘mind-reading’ skills are more selective in their learning, Concordia research shows
- The RightsCity Conference examines Montreal’s role in defending and promoting tolerance
From life as a World War II refugee to mentorship from Mordecai Richler, some of the 11 distinguished recipients recall a key learning experience.
‘It’s a privilege to honour their tireless commitment’: The Provost’s Celebration recognizes 6 outstanding Concordia faculty
The individuals are rewarded for their mentorship, academic leadership and career achievements.
The inaugural cohort of the Graduate Certificate in Innovation, Technology and Society look back on what they learned.
Toddlers with better ‘mind-reading’ skills are more selective in their learning, Concordia research shows
A new study identifies advanced cognitive functions that allow young children to detect an unreliable speaker.
JUNE 3-4: International human rights experts converge on Concordia for two days of marching and discussions.
Why China’s $8 trillion Belt and Road Initiative needs to raise the bar on global environmental standards
In a new paper published by Nature Sustainability, Concordia's Jochen Jaeger argues that ecologically responsible development must be at the forefront of the continents-spanning building project.
Concordia's hometown also ranks No. 1 overall in North America, according to the latest findings from Quacquarelli Symonds.
The honour is recognition of Morton Minc’s contributions to the city.
The 9-month project respected the Concordia building's cultural heritage.
The distinguished recipients include Indigenous leaders, a chief scientist at NASA, and a Rwandan government official.
From a grocery store to an art workshop, the Pointe-St-Charles heritage site is pioneering community-operated business models.
The Institute for Co-operative Education launches ACE, a ‘deep recruiting’ program that prepares students to jump headfirst into the workforce.
The electronic performance project led by Concordia professor Vivek Venkatesh asks audiences to explore the art of plurality.