Math grad gets top prize

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Leonid Kelner

Leo Kelner has won the Governor-General’s Silver Medal for having the highest grade point average among first-cycle graduates at spring convocation. “My final GPA was 4.29,” he confessed. “I keep telling myself it’s better than a perfect GPA [4.3] because it leaves room for improvement.” Kelner was in actuarial... - Read more

Research brings its own rewards

The John Molson School of Business ended a year marked by record competitive achievements from its students with a Research Excellence Award from the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada. The ASAC is a professional society for teachers, researchers and practitioners of management in Canada. It has 700 members based in business schools at Canadian universities. The overall research award, presented... - Read more


Trudeau scholar studies global media

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As a journalist with the Daily Monitor in Uganda, William Tayeebwa saw first hand the role media could and did play in conflict-torn regions. As a researcher, he hopes to understand and harness that power. Tayeebwa has just been... - Read more

Stunning presentation of “art show without art”

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Catherine MacKenzie (centre)

The issue of art restitution is growing in importance on the international stage and Concordia has established a distinguished place in that community. We have played a key role in the Max Stern Art Restitution Project’s successful efforts to reclaim... - Read more

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