Concordia University Spring Convocation 2002
Faculty of Fine Arts Tuesday, June 11, 3 p.m.
Honorary doctorate recipient: Cuban filmmaker Julio Garcia Espinosa
John Molson School of Business Tuesday, June 11, 7 p.m.
Honorary doctorate recipients:
Scientist and businesswoman Julia Levy, businessman John Dobson
Faculty of Arts & Science Wednesday, June 12, 9:30 a.m.*
Honorary doctorate recipient: Algerian novelist and filmmaker Assia Djebar
Faculty of Arts & Science Wednesday, June 12, 2:30 p.m.**
Honorary doctorate recipient: Irish poet Seamus Heaney
Faculty of Engineering & Computer Science Wednesday, June 12, 7 p.m.
Honorary doctorate recipient: Chemist and physicist Ahmed Zewail
*Arts and Science, morning ceremony: Classics, Modern Languages & Linguistics, Études françaises, Exercise Science, Geology, History, Interdisciplinary Studies, Mathematics & Statistics, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Religion, Science & Human Affairs, Sociology & Anthropology, Theological Studies, Western Society & Culture, Womens Studies
**Arts and Science, afternoon ceremony: Applied Human Sciences, Biology, Chemistry & Biochemistry, Communication Studies, Economics, Education & Teaching English as a Second Language, English, Geography, Humanities, Journalism, Library Studies, Special Individual Program, Urban Studies
Convocation ceremonies will take place at the Molson Centre.
The Clash of Civilizations
A lecture by Dr. Ahmed Zewail
(California Institute of Technology),
1999 Nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry
Tuesday, June 11, 8 p.m.
DeSève Cinema, J.W. McConnell Building
Board of Governors Call for Nominations
The Nominating Committee of the Board of Governors invites nominations for representatives of the external community to serve as members of the Board. Every nomination must include a detailed curriculum vitae and a succinct statement explaining, from the perspective of the nominator, how the candidate could contribute to the University.
The Nominating Committee is charged with recommending members from the external community to the Board of Governors. The composition of the Board provides for 23 of the Boards 40 members to be representative of society outside the University. Appointments are for renewable three-year terms. There is no honorarium for service as a Board member.
It is the aim of the Nominating Committee to maintain full membership of a responsible and effective Board of Governors, which is responsive to the changing needs of students, the University, and the immediate community. Our Governors must be (1) genuinely interested in education and the well-being of students and (2) energetic and actively committed to Concordia University. Every Governor is expected to serve on at least one of the standing committees of the Board and may, from time to time, be involved in special projects.
In evaluating nominations, the Nominating Committee will take into account the candidates connection with Concordia, the candidates activities in the local community, and the complementarity of the candidates attributes to those of other Board members.
All nominations will be acknowledged, and retained for consideration by the Nominating Committee in this and subsequent years. To be considered for vacancies in the coming academic year, your nomination must be received no later than June 6, 2002.
Please forward nominations, in confidence, to Danielle Tessier, Secretary of the Board of Governors and Senate, Room S-BC-320, Concordia University.
As there can be no assurance that a nominee will be offered a seat on the Board, please be discreet.
The Neohellenic Arts: Poetry, Music, Theatre
Friday, May 31, 7 p.m., Henry F. Hall Building,
1455 de Maisonneuve W. 7th Floor, H-767
Poetry: Dr. Yiorgos Chouliaras, Director, Press Office, Embassy of Greece, Canada
Music: Dr. Andreas Andreopoulos, Research Associate, Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies
Theatre: Dr. Nikos Metallinos, Professor, Communication Studies, Concordia University
Everyone welcome. A wine and cheese reception will follow.
Information: Department of Communication Studies 848-2536
Call for golfers and duffers!
Friends of Concordia University Athletics are invited for a day of fun and friendship at the
Concordia Athletics Golf tournament on Friday, June 7 at the Hemmingford Golf Club.
Cost: $150 per person and a tax receipt will be issued for the donation portion of the ticket ($50). You may designate your donation to a specific varsity team or to the athletics general fund. Sign up as a foursome or less, we will be happy to complete your group.
For information on registering or to donate prizes, please contact, head football coach, Gerry McGrath at 848-3845 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Advancement Officer, Paul Chesser at 848-4977 or email@example.com.