A warm tribute to Martin Singer 

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On June 20, outgoing Provost Martin Singer (right) was recognized for his extraordinary dedication at a dinner hosted by the President and Peter Kruyt, chair of the Board of Governors. During his 36-year career, Singer advanced student recruitment in China, hired more than 400 professors, and spearheaded the building of the Richard J. Renaud Science Complex.

As Provost, he provided an ambitious path through the academic plan, Moving Ahead.

A Concordia professor of history since 1972, he has kept his passion for teaching. He is currently on a one-year administrative leave.


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