Concordia's Thursday Report Online 
   Volume 26, No. 16, May 9, 2002  
Aerial view of Le Quartier Concordia
Meir Amor
Peter Grogono

Downtown buildings will feature energy conservation

The architects discuss the importance of aesthetics and green design.


Our example of dealing with differences peacefully

Sociologist Meir Amor praises Canada’s tolerant pragmatism, a lesson for the Middle East.

Future of computer science may lie in ‘emergence’

Researchers are rethinking software design and returning to a bottom-up approach.

   More articles: Regular Features
  On the right side of the ledger, wise to the tricks of the trade In Brief
    At A Glance
  Echoes of the islands: Christine Jourdan’s award-winning site Letters
  Annual Giving is a way to show appreciation Of Note
    In Memoriam
  Only a little imagination needed to visualize new complex The Back Page
  Concordia at Moroccan educational fair Next issue: May 23, 2002
  Rector Lowy hosts the Millennium Circle
  Creative talent in Cinema recognized with awards


  Bad Girl earns praise at Toronto festival as a ‘film of ideas’
  Community workers take diploma mid-career
  Meet aging head-on, psychologist tells Concordia pensioners  
  Graduate students need more financial support  
  Co-op programs benefit both students and employers  
  Mathematicians in numbers at Concordia  
  Bumper crop of Canada Council awards for Concordia writers  
  The human brain is still the most mysterious organ: speaker  
  Constable Joe Cardi to the rescue  
   New stars to the Sports Hall of Fame  
   NATO aggravated situation in the Balkans, says speaker