Concordia's Thursday Report Online 
   Volume 26, No. 15, April 25, 2002  
Engineers Without Borders
Bala Ashtakala
Students in Embedded Systems course

Engineers Without Borders at Concordia

A good turnout for the chapter’s first meeting at Concordia.


Professor speaks out on aging water system

Bala Ashtakala takes on Montreal’s crumbling infrastructure.

Software designers are right on track

Model trains are a learning tool for students in Purnendu Sinha’s embeeded systems course.

   More articles: Regular Features
  Engineering students build computers from scratch In Brief
    Names in the News
  Rhythms and rhymes en español: Hugh Hazelton Letters
    Of Note
  Keefer and Marouf ban lifted The Back Page
  Prost! Media-education exchange with Bavaria
    Next issue: May 9, 2002
  Symbols and displays of French royal power still hold allure
  Interpersonal relations course is ‘online teaching at its best’
  Animator George Ungar sketches The Prayer Book


  Chris Crilly composes new sounds for hit Inuit film
  Imaginative imprints from Concordia ceramics students
  Studio Arts holds open house  
  Joint PhD program in Religion expands to Quebec City  
  Students bring home the NSERC grants  
  Best foot forward for Exercise Science in new complex  
  The good life in jazz with Rémi Bolduc  
  Fellowship recipient gives back to his school in India  
  Those old stereotypes are pretty accurate: business speaker  
   An old dog learns new tricks of technology  
   Kudos to Concordia’s top athletes  
   New athletics director looks forward to challenge  
   Recruitment holds update session here