Concordia University's 40th Anniversary
On August 24, 1974, Loyola College and Sir George Williams University merged to create Concordia. Presented here are 40 memorable historical events chosen by Records Management and Archives to mark the 40th anniversary of the merger.
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Opening of the PERFORM preventive health research centre, the Solar Simulator-Environmental Chamber laboratory, and of the Centre for Structural and Functional Genomics.
Solar Buildings Research Network created.
Sustainable Concordia project explores university's social, ecological, sconomic practices.
Concordia wins gold at inaugural Canadian Inter-University Women's Hockey Championship.
Concordia implements CARL, its first automated registration telephone line.
Policy approved offering gender-neutral degree nomenclature.
Guy metro station renamed Guy-Concordia.
Rector's Committee on the Status of Women established.
First students enroll in the Institute for Co-Operative Education.
Concordia engineering students unveil first solar house.
92-year-old Dagobert Broh successfully defends his PhD thesis in history.
Concordia becomes Canada's fourth university to implement formal policy on HIV/AIDS.
Title of professor emeritus established. First awarded to Father John (Jack) E. O'Brien in 1987.
Services for Disabled Students - now the Access Centre for Students with Disabilities - established.
Concordia Stingers beat McGill Redmen at Shrine Bowl football for the first time.
Quebec's first work-study program launches at Concordia, with 215 students hired in inaugural year.
1,000-member Concordia delegation protests government underfunding during Quebec City Day of Action.
The Link begins publication, replacing The Loyola News and The Georgian.