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CAPSTONE - Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science

September 2022

International campus index recognizes Concordia’s progress on sustainability

The university receives high marks for performance in research and transportation, and its move to social and environmental impact investments.

‘A gratifying way to leave a legacy’

Donor and grad Joel Lukaseder, BEng 92, honours parents with $500,000 planned gift.

Electrical engineering grad awarded Pakistan’s Medal of Distinction

Osman Hasan, MEng 01, PhD 08, applies lessons learned at Concordia to his work.

When a desire for real-world results meets life-saving technology

As president of patient monitoring at Medtronic, Frank Chan, BEng 92, aims to make 'the biggest possible impact.'

Meet the Shuffle fundraisers marching for climate justice

Concordia’s Office of Sustainability leads a team raising awareness and funds for environmental action.

MentorConnect supports 30+ startups with $2M gift from National Bank

The District 3 business mentoring program has seen major growth over the past year.

‘The history of Point-Saint-Charles and Little Burgundy shows changes that shaped our world in the late 20th century’

WATCH: Montreal’s Lachine Canal was once the most industrialized area in Canada. In Deindustrializing Montreal: Entangled Histories of Race, Residence and Class, Steven High tells the story of two distinct neighbourhoods on either side of the bustling waterway.


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