Athletic complex due for a facelift

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A major initiative to upgrade Concordia’s 40-year-old athletic facilities on the Loyola Campus will start as soon as the plans have made their way through the official channels. The renewal plan includes an indoor pool, though that will be built late in the four-phase project. The first phase will see... - Read more

Luck led to lean manufacturing

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Nadia Bhuiyan

As a young woman looking at career possibilities, Nadia Bhuiyan (Mechanical and Industrial Engineering) “was really interested in the arts, but not in being a starving artist.” She chose engineering “pretty much out of a hat, but I did enough research to know that industrial engineering would fill my need to work closely with people.” Now an Assistant Professor of... - Read more


‘Don’t leave law to the lawyers’

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Eric Reiter

When Eric Reiter joined Concordia's History Department last summer with a mandate to develop a proposal for an interdisciplinary Law and Society program, he expected to build his proposal for a minor on a handful of courses already offered... - Read more

Eric Mazur: Teaching for comprehension

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Eric Mazur

Almost 20 years ago, Harvard physicist Eric Mazur had an “aha” moment about his teaching practice that forced him to rethink the traditional unidirectional teaching model of the sage on the stage: “I was dragged out of my ivory... - Read more

JMSB competes for the future

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Dean Sharma

Dean Sanjay Sharma gave a presentation to the Board of Governors on Jan. 17 called “Competing for the Future” in which he framed the priorities of the John Molson School of Business. Sharma shared a new mission statement being... - Read more


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