Concordia's Thursday Report Online 
   Volume 26, No. 14, April 11, 2002  
Bernard Landry at Concordia
Adrian Tsang
Loïc Tassé

$97-million grant to Concordia

Premier Bernard Landry announces funding for the new engineering and visual arts complex.


Environment sparks genomics project

A Concordia-led project could reduce pollutants in the paper-making process.

China poised to surpass the West: Tassé

Canadian universities need to train specialists on China, says political science professor.

   More articles: Regular Features
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    At A Glance
  New Research Fellows celebrated: Tom Waugh and Natalie Phillips Senate Notes
    Of Note
  Storytellers converge at the Blue Metropolis literary festival Appointments & Departures
    The Back Page
  Staff appeal will emphasize person-to-person approach
    Next issue: April 25, 2002
  Split personality syndrome about to end for Psychology Department
  Even the rats will have more spacious quarters
  Art show explores tha value of place, the scars of war


  First anniversary for the Institute for Studies in Canadian Art
  CCSL Awards honour Concordia’s campus idealists
  Top engineering students, faculty and staff honoured at banquet  
  Library staff use imagination to show off our treasures  
  Quest for teachers of the Great Books: Liberal Arts conference  
  CanDo slate wins the student election  
  Spirit of Zappa lives on for music students  
  Electronic commerce courses get a boost from Quebec  
  Students determined to revive campus TV station  
   Help at Concordia is just a call away