Concordia's Thursday Report Online  
    Volume 26, No. 10, February 7, 2002  
Marie-France Wagner
Susan Palmer

$21.9 million CFI grant for Hexagram

The Canada Foundation for Innovation funds a new project led by Concordia.


Revisiting royal processions in France

Marie-France Wagner and collaborators are awarded $1.6 million by SSHRC.

New religions proliferate around the world

Susan Palmer, a scholarly expert on Raëlians and religious movements.
      More articles: Regular Features
  Lynn Hughes tackles ‘an awkward beast’ — interdisciplinarity In Brief
      At A Glance
  Geographer Brian Slack studies the globalization of world shipping Letters
      Of Note
  Concordia University will not recognize an illegitimate CSU executive In Memoriam
      The Back Page
  Richard Renaud awarded the Loyola Medal
      Next issue: February 28, 2002
  Sealed with a handshake — contract for Science Complex interior
  Services for students to be linked to learning goals
  CUFA celebrates its 25th anniversary


  The scholar on stage and at home: Sandra Weber
  Chocolate and the hedonist backlash: Jordan Le Bel
  Love gets a hand from Michael Golden and friends  
  Marriage proposal in the Hall Building  
  Detectives’ are first point of contact for foreign students  
  Peer Support helps students cope, counsellors strengthen skills  
  Exchange students increase, thanks to Quebec bursaries  
  Islamic Awareness Day at Concordia popular with students  
  CCSL Awards promote student life and excellence  
    A fond farewell to Lynne Prendergast  
    Real-world research in the Science College was invaluable  
    Lots of hoopla as Stingers finally get a win