One position, accountable to the Dean of Students, based on Loyola Campus.
Two positions, one for media relations and volunteers, the other for finances, program development and events.
To apply, send résumé,
letter of intent and two
letters of reference to:
CSS Patrol, c/o Dean of Students, AD-121 or H-653.
Deadline for submissions:
April 20. For more information,
In the Office of the Rector and Vice-Chancellor, Enza De Cubellis has been named Executive Secretary to the Rector. She was formerly secretary to the Legal Counsel. In her new post, she replaces Pina Greco, who is now Coordinator, Donor Relations, in the Office of University Advancement.
The following remarks were taken from Shoptalk, the staff listserver.
Lori Clark-Gardner (Finance): Hats off to those who worked hard on today's lunch at the Faculty lounge, it was superb. A very festive atmosphere as well
as good food, and the Unicorn song -- a perfect touch.
lorrian@vax2: I agree with Lori -- I had a great time. Can't wait until Halloween. Just don't have blood pudding, please.
Sue O'Connell (Education): It's certainly nice to be able to bump into familiar folks and share a word or two at these well-planned luncheons. Some people, I hadn't seen for weeks and months. It promotes comradeship. I like it. Do it again.
Danièle Berthiaume (Music): I wanted to thank Stan for his welcoming smile at the St. Pat's lunch in the Loyola Faculty Lunch Room. The luncheon at Loyola was also a great success, and although nobody volunteered to sing (Printing Services had produced singing sheets), Stan almost accepted to dance with Fr--. Next time, maybe!
The Visiting Lecturers Committee of Concordia University invites applications from the University community to sponsor Visiting Lecturers for the 1998-99 academic year.
Application forms and guidelines may be obtained from the chair, director, principal or head of an academic unit or from the Office of the Provost and Vice-Rector, Research. Eight copies, including the original application, must be submitted to the Office of the latter at SGW, Room BC-223, by May 15, 1998.
*It should be noted that the income tax authorities have changed their procedures with respect to the granting of waivers of tax deductions at source for non-residents. Please refer to Guidelines for Applications and Request for Non-Resident Tax Waiver form.
Late applications cannot be accepted. The next round will take place in May 1999.
To help you get in shape, we are auctioning a Weider WCTL9006 treadmill, donated by Steven Winikoff (Computing Services) and ICON of Canada, valued at $920. We will begin the bidding at $450. Just fill in the attached form and return it in a confidential envelope to Chris Mota, Annual Giving, GM-430 by Friday, April 17. The top 5 bids will be published in the April 23 issue of CTR. All proceeds from the auction will go towards Shuffle scholarships and bursaries. A cheque payable in full to Concordia University will be required from the highest bidder on April 24. A tax receipt cannot be issued for the winning bid, as goods are being received for payment. An owner's manual is available in GM-430, if you require
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Thursday, April 9
10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Visual Arts Building,
1395 René-Lévesque Boulevard West
Rooms 401, 403 and 417
open Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Come and see the exciting range of creativity
developed in Concordia's Print Media Program
Thursday, May 7, 1 to 5 p.m.
Alumni Auditorium, Henry F. Hall Building
Justice Pierrette Sévigny, Superior Court of Quebec
Dr. Janyne Hodder, Principal, Bishop's University
Jennifer Patton, entrepreneur and vice-president, Kadora Investments
This is a free, public event, followed by a reception,
but phone-in registration is requested. Please call the Faculty of Commerce and Administration, 848-2707.