Concordia's Thursday Report Online  
    Volume 26, No. 7, December 6, 2001  
Andreas Arvanitogiannis
Carlos Sanchez

This photo of Lynda Clarke was removed at the explicit request of the subject, August 26, 2004

Researcher awarded major grants

Andreas Arvanitogiannis named a Canada Research Chair.


Students sweep du Maurier arts awards

Seven of 11 new grants for promising artists go to Concordians.

Material grievances in the Middle East

Religion is often mistakenly blamed, says Professor Lynda Clarke
      More articles: Regular Features
  Nelofer Pazira film gains worldwide notice In Brief
      Names in the News
  Afghan women vital to the peace process: forum Letters
      Senate Notes
  Multidisciplinary work is key: mechanical engineering conference In Memoriam
      Of Note
  Teaching program for new engineering faculty
  Business School presents Awards of Distinction Next issue: January 10, 2002
  Cont Ed teachers have seen a quarter-century of growth
  A host of Concordia finalists for Quebec Writers Federation awards


  Kate Sterns’ characters quirky and poignant
  Camlot delves into animal imagery and scratchy wax cylinders
  Unravelling our cultural conundrums: Monika Kin Gagnon  
  More recent books with a Concordia connection  
  Natalie Zemon Davis plunges into another historical story  
  Knowledge the best remedy against bioterrorism: student seminar  
  Students design play structures for bored chimps  
  Journalism students hone their skills on the army  
  Stop lecturing, start teaching, says American expert  
    A vision is needed for teaching technologies: Dennis Dicks  
    Plan your future on Human Resources’ Web site  
    Delayed student union election results expected today  
    Concordia’s claim to Grey Cup fame  
    Stingers still competitive, individuals shine