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Meet our students

Every year we introduce a few of the exceptional students that help make up our vibrant learning community in our Undergraduate Viewbook [PDF] and our Graduate Viewbook [PDF]. Find out why they chose Concordia. Hear how their experience here mixes academic flexibility, real-life applied learning experiences, research opportunities and extracurricular activites keeps them engaged now, and prepared for the future.

Arielle George English Literature and Professional Writing
Pursuing a global education and new perspectives in Montreal
Arielle George
Victor Yuan Cell and Molecular Biology
Solving puzzles of the gene through research in Cell and Molecular Biology
Victor Yuan
Frédérique Rajotte Communication Studies, Stingers Rugby
Juggling international-level rugby and Communication Studies: Frédérique balances sports and academia
Frédérique Rajotte
Lucas Regazzi Photography and Art History
From blog to Bachelor’s: studying images in Art History and Photography
Lucas Regazzi
Bedra Attabibi Electrical Engineering with Co‑op
Collaborating on drone technology through the student-led group, UAV
Bedra Attabibi
Gail Erazo Studio Art
Exploring creativity in a dynamic, open and culturally-rich city
Gail Erazo
Louis Arrou-Vignod International Business and Management
Discovering the beauty of Montreal leads to a new academic path
Louis Arrou-Vignod
Christine Lussier Anthropology
How students like Christine connect, socialize and thrive at the Aboriginal Student Resource Centre
Christine Lussier

Vinay Nawani and Tara Walker Master's, Business Administration
Tara and Vinay interviewed small business owners in Gulu, Uganda, to track the real costs of frequent power grid blackouts
Ehsan Rezabeigi PhD, Mechanical Engineering
A lightweight implant made of glass and polymer foam shows great promise as a “bone substitute” to promote healing
Ehsan Rezabeigi
Thomas Vincent Postdoctoral Fellow, Physics
Thomas is finding ways to measure the effects of exercise on brain activity with a view to preventing cognitive decline
Thomas Vincent
JoDee Allen Master’s, Individualized Program (INDI)
What if dance-based video games recognized a player's creative genius and gave points for improvised moves?
JoDee Allen
Desirée de Jesus PhD, Film and Moving Image Studies
"My professors have been very affirming, which has helped me make that shift from being a student to taking my place in the field as an academic."
Rachel MacNeill Master’s, Media Studies
How aboriginal girls in remote communities use mainstream media to form a narrative of empowerment
Rachel MacNeill
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