$3 million gift to Irish Studies

Luck of the Irish

Seen above at the St. Patrick\'s Day luncheon where the donations were announced are Brian Gallery, Chair of the Canadian Irish Studies Foundation, Premier Jean Charest, and Michael Kenneally, Director of the Centre. Magnifying glass

Seen above at the St. Patrick's Day luncheon where the donations were announced are Brian Gallery, Chair of the Canadian Irish Studies Foundation, Premier Jean Charest, and Michael Kenneally, Director of the Centre.

The Centre for Canadian Irish Studies (CCIS) marked St. Patrickís Day by accepting a substantial donation from the government to support a scholarly research chair. The announcement was made at a luncheon on March 17 at the Hotel Bonaventure attended by Premier Jean Charest, Irish Ambassador Declan Kelly, Montreal... - Read more

New Provost dives in: David Graham ready for the challenge

David Graham Magnifying glass

David Graham

David Graham says he still has to learn the ropes, but he looks quite comfortable in the Provostís office. Graham, who came to Concordia in 2005 as Dean of Arts and Science, now finds himself academic head of the university, having become Provost on March 1. Learning the ropes, in this case, means reading peopleís expectations of his role ó... - Read more

 

$1.3 million Donation to MIGS for prevention project

Alumnus James M. Stanford has given $1.3 million to a Concordia-based project aimed at preventing genocide. The gift from the Calgary businessman will fund the Will to Intervene (W2I) project developed by the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights... - Read more

Goodman Institute association created

Magnifying glass

The Goodman Institute of Investment Management turns out graduates with great business prospects. The current students want to make sure they stay in touch, so theyíve created an association. The Goodman program is unique, because it combines a Masterís in... - Read more

Growing change in agriculture

Satoshi Ikeda

Satoshi Ikeda Magnifying glass

Satoshi Ikeda

Satoshi Ikeda (Sociology and Anthropology) may be talking about a revolution, but itís a quiet one, involving the recreation and re-imagining of the way we live our lives. Ikeda holds the Tier 2 Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Political Sociology... - Read more

 

Concordia University