Murray Sang has been appointed Director of the Centre for Continuing Education, effective June 1.
A graduate of McGill University (BSc 1976, MBA 1979), he started working in Concordia's Centre for Continuing Education in 1988, and was appointed Assistant Director in 1989.
His duties included the planning and implementation of the Centre's $6-million annual budget, overseeing its marketing activities, and managing the Studies in Business Administration Department. He has successfully conducted negotiations with the Continuing Education Teachers Union, and played a key role in the Centre's move two years ago from Victoria School to the Faubourg Tower.
A part-time lecturer in business studies at both Concordia and McGill universities, Sang is also an active member of Concordia's Student Recruitment Management Committee and the Shuffle Organizing Committee. We wish him all success in his new post.
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