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CU AT HOME

CU at Home connects you with university-wide programming to keep you engaged, active and in touch with your community. Join Concordians for virtual events, family activities, workshops, webinars and more — designed by the community, for the community. Check back regularly for new and updated programming.

Engaging research

Engaging research

Focusing on faculty, student and community engagement activities,  4TH SPACE will also be hosting virtual workshops, online interdisciplinary panel discussions, video interviews and live Q&As with Concordia researchers and collaborators. 

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Family, fitness and on-going learning

Family, fitness and on-going learning

Join our alumni experts for a series of virtual sessions. From yoga for kids, to mixology for adults, live concerts and relevant academic insight - we have you covered. 

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Keeping fit at home

Keeping fit at home

From high-intensity training to relaxing with Pilates, Concordia Recreation is bringing the gym to you. Check in regularly for new video workouts and training tips geared toward all skill levels.

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Student events

Student events

From career planning webinars to stress management discussions, a wide range of virtual events are on offer to help students stay connected in challenging times.

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Skills development for grad students

Skills development for grad students

Build your professional and academic edge through the GradProSkills program. From acing your next interview to learning how to increase productivity, over 40 webinars are on offer to grow your competencies.

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Skills for future-fit leaders

Skills for future-fit leaders

Remaining agile is important in a rapidly changing landscape. The John Molson Executive Centre is hosting a series of webinars that can help leaders forge ahead during turbulent times.

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Preventive health

Preventive health

The PERFORM Centre presents talks on a broad range of topics related to health through prevention.

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Art programming

Art programming

The Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery offers elaborated online projects and additional adapted features. This summer features Reprise — a bimonthly dispatch that reactivates the Gallery’s public programming archives through a series of responses to selected events from the past decade.

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Online exhibitions

Online exhibitions

Art exhibitions, film festivals, magazine launches and more – artists in the Faculty of Fine Arts are presenting their end-of-year work online.

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Learning for kids

Learning for kids

Abracadabra is a fun web-based tool that can help early readers improve their skills through engaging activities and digital stories. 

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Virtual camps for youth

Virtual camps for youth

Concordia Athletics is hosting a series of soccer, hockey and multi-activity summer virtual camps for girls and boys aged nine to twelve.

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Healthy practices for remote work and study

Healthy practices for remote work and study

A home-based work or learning environment can pose unique challenges when it comes to ergonomics. Environmental Health and Safety has put together some great resources to help students and staff stay productive and healthy.

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Inspiring ideas

Inspiring ideas

Take a break and stimulate your intellectual curiosity.  Concordia's Thinking out Loud podcast series explores unexpected connections between university research and public interest.

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Have a question or idea regarding CU at Home programming? 
Please contact cuathome@concordia.ca

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