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  October 10, 2002 Of Note



Hot off the press

Faculty and staff will soon be receiving copies of the 2001-02 Rector’s Report by internal mail. The Report will also be available soon on the university Web site in both English and French.



JMSB news

The Executive MBA office welcomes new employees Theresa Wadey and Aliya Ahmed. Eve Girard is leaving to be the Office Manager of the Centre for Teaching and Learning Services on the Loyola Campus.

Adam Caron, who has worked in the JMSB Centre for Information Technologies for over three years, has taken a position with the University of Ottawa as an instructional designer.

JMSB was ranked fifth in Canada based on GMAT scores in the National Post recently, and two MBA students made it to the finals of the Ivey Business Plan Competition, Russell Draper (Corrofoil) and Sujit Sur (SUR).

Undergraduate art show at Ellen Gallery

Undergraduate students in Concordia’s Faculty of Fine Arts will hold their annual exhibition of work under the title green/vert from March 11 to April 5, continuing a tradition of more than 20 years.

To launch the show at the Leonard and Bina Ellen Art Gallery, 1400 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W., a reception will be held Tuesday, March 11, at 5:30 p.m.

The exhibition will include artworks in a variety of media, including photography, sculpture, drawing, video, and installation. The exhibition is organized by the VAV Gallery and juried by a committee of undergraduates who are also responsible for the design and printing of the invitations and the preparation of biographical materials that accompany the show.

Here are the artists: Haig Aivazian, Kiki Athanassiadis, Lorna Bauer, Julie Boivin, Stéphanie Chabot, Cal Crawford, Michael Doerksen, Michael Farnan, Andrew Duncan Finalyson, Nicolas Grenier, Catto Houghton, Zoë Kreye, Vincent Lafrance, Tuulia Law, John Londono, Hoang Nguyen, Mark Andre Pennock, e. Dawit L. Petros, Marie-Claude Plasse, Alana Riley, Ned Schwartz, Alexandre Séguin Dores, Beth Stuart, Jean-Marc Superville Sovak.

The exhibition is presented with the assistance of the Concordia Council on Student Life and the Dean’s Office, Faculty of Fine Arts.