Concordia's Thursday Report Online 
   Volume 26, No. 13, March 28, 2002  
Frederick Lowy
Karen Li, Virginia Penhune

Rector will remain until May 2005

Rector Lowy will have an opportunity to complete the building projects begun under his leadership.


Motor performance across the lifespan

Psychologists Karen Li and Virginia Penhune awarded $500,000 CFI grant.

Balance between dissent and order difficult

Protest is being criminalized, but violence poses potential danger: panelists.

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  Print students explore a variety of media
  Pretty spiffy fibres at end-of-year Studio Arts show  
  Concordia students take part in Habitat for Humanity  
  James Joyce epic revisited by Andras Ungar  
  Media consumers in an age of historical amnesia  
  Hope rises for Eastern European integration into the EU  
  Hire a Concordia co-op student this summer  
  Inter-university science seminars that tantalize the scholarly mind  
   Basketball fundraiser was an assignment for the wheel world  
   Wrestling champ sets her sights on the 2004 Olympics