Overdue Living with books
An exhibition of books
VAV Gallery, 1395 René-Lévesque W.
of Arts and Science
Each year, 10 scholarships of $5,000 each will be awarded to students currently enrolled in one of our undergraduate programs. The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of academic merit.
Who is eligible?
Are the scholarships renewable?
How do I apply?
Application forms are available
at SGW: ISO, Deans office, H-653;
Les séminaires du CADRISQ
La recherche avec lISQ... une question davenir!
Le nombre de places étant restreint, il serait très apprécié que vous nous fassiez part de votre intention dassister au séminaire en communiquant avec Denis Ouellette-Roussel.
(514) 343-2299 Télécopieur : (514) 343-2288
Test your health smarts
This years Health Fair will be held on the mezzanine of the Hall Building on March 21. To get you in the mood, here are some questions from Four of a Kind, a quiz developed by Health Educator Owen Moran.
1. What percentage of daily calories should come from fat in a healthy,
2. The body fluid with the least risk of transmitting the HIV virus
3. An excellent stress management strategy is to
Answers to Health Quiz: 1) a 2) d 3) c
Concordia Football presents
Saturday, February 10,
Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science
Recognizing excellence in teaching, sustained commitment to the improvement of teaching, and creativity in the development of teaching materials and approaches. Full-time and part-time faculty members teaching in the Faculty for at least five years are eligible for nomination. Students and faculty members may pick up a nomination form from any of the four academic units of the Faculty or from the Deans Office, LB-1001.
Deadline for nominations: February 12
Geordie Theatre presents
A Promise is a Promise
by Robert Munsch and Michael Kusugak
The retelling of an Arctic legend, combining puppets, music and dance.
D.B. Clarke Theatre,
For information, contact Amy Dhindsa or Lisa Levack, 845-9810.
Writers Read @ Concordia
Susan Goyette Monday, February 26, 8:30 p.m. H-407
Sue Goyette is from the South Shore of Montreal and now lives in Cole Harbour, N.S. Her first book of poems, The True Names of Birds, was published in 1998 by Brick Books. It was short-listed for the Gerald Lampert Award, the Pat Lowther Award, and the Governor-Generals Award for poetry. She is currently working on a second manuscript of poems and has just finished work on a novel.
Spring 2001 Convocation medals and awards
Graduating students (Fall 00 and Spring 01) may be nominated for the following:
The First Graduating Class Award is presented to a person who has made the most innovative contribution, academic or extracurricular, to university life. It is open to all member of the university community.
Nomination forms and criteria are available from the Dean of Students Offices (SGW and LOY) and the Birks Student Service Centre (SGW). The deadline for nominations is February 28. They should be sent to the Office of the Registrar, SGW-LB-700, Attention: H. Albert.
Council on Student Life Annual Awards
Nomination forms are available
at the Dean of Students Offices
Deadline for nominations: Wednesday, March 14, at 5 p.m.
For more information, please call the Dean of Students Office, 848-4242