All eyes on undergrads

Arts and Science showcase a hit

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At 9:15 on Friday morning, the oral presentations began. Some of the brightest students from the Faculty of Arts and Science were on site to present their research to a panel of judges in the J.A. DeSève Cinema. Outside in the lobby of the Library Building, more than 75... - Read more

Canada Research Chairs just keep coming

Supporting research into addiction and stress

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Uri Shalev

Three Concordia researchers have been reconfirmed as Canada Research Chairs (CRC), as announced March 26 by the Hon. Gary Goodyear, Minister of State, Science and Technology. Psychology Professor Uri Shalev is reconfirmed as Canada Research Chair (Tier 2) in Neurobiology of Drug Use; Professor Vincent Martin as the CRC (Tier 2) in Microbial Genomics and Engineering; and Chemistry and... - Read more


Bridging social and technical worlds

New prof brings unique perspective to Concordia, Congress

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Govind Gopakumar

“I really like Montreal and I’ve had some great experiences since coming to Concordia,” says one of the newest additions to the ENCS General Studies Unit, professor Govind Gopakumar. It’s been just more than seven months since Gopakumar joined... - Read more

One formula for success

New mathematical model has implications for medicine and engineering

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Yogendra Chaubey

It’s not every day that you can revamp a 70-year-old mathematical formula and get published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society, produced by the oldest scientific society in the world. “It was really exciting, Sir Isaac Newton was... - Read more

Fritsch heading home

Philosophy chair recognized by Alexander von Humboldt Foundation

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Matthias Fritsch

In the late 1990s, philosophy Chair Matthias Fritsch took a few classes at the Free University of Berlin while completing his PhD at Villanova University in Pennsylvania. Little did he know that more than a decade later, two of... - Read more


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