This has been a good year for assistant psychology professor David Forman.
In July he arrived in Montreal to start his new job at Concordia, a move that has delighted him. In October the appearance of his latest research paper drew attention from as far away as Lithuania. And in November he learned that he has been awarded a Canada Research Chair.
The CTR appears every two weeks, but daily news is always available from News@Concordia
Linda Kay didn’t set out to become a university professor, but she’s making the transition by studying other pioneering women like herself.
Kay was one of the first women sports reporters in the U.S. and won a national award in 1984 for being the best in a small but highly competitive field.
December 02, 2004
In this issue
- Annamma Joy looks at the transformative experience
- New book explores the Canadian Jewish experience
- Engineers help an artist access her virtual worlds
- Alumni Awards for service to the university
- A Radiance of Voices just before the holidays
- United We Create, say artists who work with The Collective
- Inuit teens between their elders and Eminem
- Reformers must learn how to win Iranian hearts and minds
- Concordia archivist recreates Montrealís glory days
- Learning from each other at the U of Streets Cafť
- Mature students prove you can return to school
- Poet Mark Strand disarms
- First eBay, now itís CBuy
- Five CRCs announced
- Bínai Brith is going to Human Rights body
- 25 years and counting
- JMSB programs rate globally
- Ellen Gallery in darkness for show on time in art
- This is my sand, asserts art student
- Salvation Army is setting for an unusual art exhibit
- Worries from far away
- CSU changes affiliation
- Film, lecture on creative arts therapies
- In memoriam Gerald M. Auchinachie
- Hockey games provide welcome fix for NHL fans
- Stingers roundup