AACSB International upholds its accreditation of the John Molson School of Business for the next 5 years.
Concordia’s startup incubator provides budding pan-disciplinary entrepreneurs with vital research and development support.
MAY 9-12: Researchers gather at Concordia for a national conference.
A new novel by Concordia professor Ariela Freedman explores the complex lives of mothers in Jerusalem.
This June, an international contingent of 300 visual sociology scholars converges on Concordia.
Concordia grad student Bettina Forget is working to break down STEM stereotypes.
PhD candidate Paola Andrea Rojas Gutiérrez aims to make drug delivery systems more targeted and patient-specific.
From new medicines to more effective mosquito repellent, this group of Concordia grad students wants to engage the public with their research.
At an event linked to this year's Acfas congress, Concordia researcher Vivek Venkatesh seeks to 'improvise the public voice' and confront discrimination.
A team of undergrads won 25 awards for their diplomacy and problem-solving, including 3 at the Harvard World Model United Nations.
A Concordia study finds that anger and guilt can inspire positive habits.
‘We need a more comprehensive science and policy platform for its conservation,’ says Concordia expert Peter Stoett.
Concordia's Food Services joined Aliments du Québec au Menu.
A new French podcast series with Les Affaires highlights Concordia’s dynamic startup culture.
For the second year running, the university places among the city’s 35 best workplaces.
The Mordecai Richler writer-in-residence teaches the power of comics. PLUS: Attend his April 20 Thinking Out Loud event!
Grad researcher Aude Jegou wants us all to get a better night’s rest.
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Abandoned bicycles will be removed from campus on May 10.