Concordia's Thursday Report Online 
   Volume 26, No. 18, June 6, 2002  
Neil Neville
Karim Boulos
Helena Osana

Over 3,500 students at five convocation ceremonies

Pictured above, Neil Neville, winner of the Governor-General’s Silver Medal


Karim Boulos wins MBA award worth $10,000

Experience as a coach taught him about achieving goals, says Boulos.

Group study can be a challenge at the graduate level

Collaborative learning can work with proper guidance, says Professor Helena Osana.

      More articles: Regular Features
  Teaching excellence awards in the Business School In Brief
      Senate Notes
  New investment centre is training ground for portfolio management Of Note
      In Memoriam
  Concordia’s fledgling sociologists hit the shelves The Back Page
  Personal Web portals on the way Next issue: September 12, 2002
  Nadia Myre’s art project is already at the McCord
  Native students graduate at convocation in Kahnawake
  Food services partnership formed


  Neil Neville wins this year’s Governor-General’s Silver Medal
  Sharmila Pillai longs for a school under a tree
  Really living, through journalism: Albert Sévigny  
  Umberto Cicchetti goes to the source — Tehran and Damascus  
  Innovative Formula car earns high marks in Detroit  
  Travis Chalmers’ head start was at the Science College  
  Samar Musallam found her focus in women’s studies  
  A thinker poised between physics and math: Igor Khavkine  
  Rugby stars become valued teachers, friends  
    Students found their way in classics and modern language studies  
    Faculty Promotions in Arts and Science  
    Faculty Promotions in the John Molson School of Business  
    Faculty Promotions in Engineering and Computer Science  
    Faculty Promotions in Fine Arts