Concordia's Thursday Report Online  
    Volume 25, No. 11, March 1, 2001  

More agreements signed in China

Administrators who visited China sign a number of agreements with institutions


Meeting about construction at Loyola

A public meeting will provide information about Concordia's plans for a new science complex at Loyola.

Optimistic about globalization

Professors say globalization
will raise the standard of living of developing countries, and allow them to capitalize on their strengths.

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    Welch studies privatization around the world Regular Features
  With love and longing, Anne Dandurand At A Glance
      Letters to the Editor
  Un colloque en hommage à Pierre L'Hérault In Memoriam
      Back Page
  Board discusses interim evaluations
  University recognizes contributions and years of service
  Stephen Callary will be advisor on intellectual property
  Lanterns lit for capital campaign
  Research fellows celebrated
  Renaissance of the Norris Building  
  Monica Mulrennan listens to the Torres Strait Islanders  
  Experts in human systems take their MA while they work  
  Beadwork is ethnomathematics for Native educators  
  Concordia is tops in energy conservation among Quebec universities  
  Art Matters Festival— March 5 – 16  
  Celebrate National Engineering Week  
    The Fickle Woman gives students a crack at commedia dell’arte  
    Major Donors to Concordia’s Capital Campaign  
    Stingers Roundup