President Claude Lajeunesse intends to spend roughly half his time getting to know Concordia in depth and half his time promoting the interests of Concordia in the wider community, including the various levels of government.
“I have plans to meet with every sector of the university,” he said recently. Since there are about 100 separate units, he estimates that at the rate of two visits a week, it will take him about a year.
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Concordia’s graduate photography program recently received $510,000 from the Roloff Beny Foundation as part of its Canadian national scholarship program.
“This endowment is one of the most significant donations made to our faculty in recent history,” said Fine Arts Advancement Officer Dorothy Massimo.
October 13, 2005
In this issue
- Student assistants struggle to define their role
- AT ISSUE: Provost Singer suggests offering free doctorates
- The power of photography and the pull of perception
- EV is home for grad students
- Northern Light is off to Solar Decathlon
- Letters: CUFA corrects Gazette error
- Farewell to Chris Jackson — for a while
- Ching Suen given award for pattern recognition work
- Shuffle tomorrow for student success
- Katrina hurricane student musician helps with relief effort
- Students plan a Concordia village for Ugandan orphans
- Communication Studies at 40
- Speaking to future generations
- Michael Ignatieff on the pitfalls of punditry
- Typewriter to high-tech, Journalism keeps pace with times
- Louise Archambault wins prize at Toronto film festival
- Librarians share their research
- Excavating the roots of classic Greek culture
- Find equilibrium with CBC’s Montreal Matters
- Chocolate 101: Homework time
- Till We Meet Again at the D.B. Clarke
- Micro-credit has some problems, fieldwork suggests
- Something for everyone at Used Book Fair
- Wrestler named top athletics student
- Hockey coach helps finance students in Point St. Charles
- Football Stingers tearing up the turf, have yet to lose a game