Concordia's Thursday Report

Vol. 28, No.15

May 6, 2004

Adrienne Clarkson

Governor-General Clarkson’s official portrait  

Adrienne Clarkson awarded honorary doctorate

Spring convocation at Place des Arts will be even more splendid than usual on June 10, when Governor-General Adrienne Clarkson is given an honorary doctorate.

The award will be given to Canada’s head of state at the morning convocation ceremony of the Faculty of Arts and Science, and Clarkson is expected to address the gathering.

Born in 1939 in Hong Kong, she came to Canada as a three-year-old with her family, and grew up in Ottawa. She attended the University of Toronto's Trinity College, winning the Governor-General's Gold Medal in English, and went on to do postgraduate work at the Sorbonne, in Paris. More


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Photo of Coop-ers

The winning team of students whose class project will affect the marketing of the Co-op: left to right, Caroline Bumueller, Nancy Zajdler, Monica Golarz, Han Hoang and Nadine Lafond.
Photo by Andrew Dobrowolskyj

Class project retools marketing of Co-operative Institute

As Monica Golarz and her classmates in the John Molson School of Business recently discovered, real education for the real world is more than just a motto.

That real-world education took the form of More