Concordia's Thursday Report Online  
    Volume 25, No. 10, February 8, 2001  

Concordia goes interactive for First Nations

Concordia's Native Access to Engineering Program partners with IBM and the Canadian government to promote engineering careers to First Nations high school students.


Mary Flanagan is on the digital warpath for women

Professor Mary Flanagan wants everyone to have access to computer technology

New course aims to show how globalization affects women

A new Women and Globalization course will explain the effects of free trade on women's lives and work.
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