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March 28, 2002 Of Note





Science College public lecture

The Observer in the Brain
Wolf Singer, Director
Max-Planck Institute for Brain Research, Frankfurt

April 10, 8:30 p.m., Room H-110
Henry F. Hall Building, 1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W.









A Message of Thanks to Students Promoting Industrial Engineering

Dan-Alex Bélizaire - John Feola
- Rachel Benaroch - Hussein Madi - Jonathan Boulanger - Saud Malick - Josée Caya - Rudolf Nedbal - Habib El Sabbagh - Thuy-Lien Nguyen - Abrahim Fareed - Tze-Fai Poon

The Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering is very proud of the above-named students for their recruitment visits to a number of colleges. Their time and energy in this effort is greatly appreciated.

Because of their beliefs, their commitment, and their enthusiasm, the campaign for promoting the Industrial Engineering program among prospective applicants in colleges, was successful.

The Department wishes them full success in their endeavours.

Get ahead this summer with eConcordia

eConcordia will offer the following credit courses in the summer session:

Computer Applications (INTE 290 Section EC) 3 credits
Discover Statistics (INTE 296 Section EC) 3 credits
Problem Solving & Academic Strategies (INTE 298P Section EC) 3 credits
Students can register through Web registration as they normally
would for a regular course. The course codes are as listed.

For course outlines and other information, please consult the
Web site at: www.econcordia.com.

Nominations for Spring 2002 –
Convocation Medals & Awards

The Office of the Registrar is soliciting nominations for the Spring 2002 Convocation non-academic medals and awards.Graduating students (Fall ’01 & Spring ’02) may be nominated for the following medals:

The Concordia Medal
The Malone Medal
The O’Brien Medal
The Lieutenant Governor’s Award
The Stanley G. French Medal

The First Graduating Class Award is presented to a person who has made the most innovative contribution, either academic or extracurricular, to University life. It is open to all members of the University community. Nomination forms and the criteria for each medal and/or award are available from the Dean of Students Offices (SGW and LOY) and the Birks Student Service Centre (SGW).

The deadline for all nominations is April 5 to the Office of the Registrar, SGW-LB-700, Attention: H. Albert.