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Graduate Diploma in Administration (DIA)

Graduate Diploma in Sport Administration (DSA)

For a rewarding career, combine your Bachelor's degree with a 30-credit graduate management program in one of these fast-growing areas:

Sport and fitness

Arts, culture, entertainment and events management

Health care and health care delivery

Community, public and para-public services

Acquire experience through a three-month internship with an

internationally respected organization. Transfer DIA/DSA credits if you continue in an MBA program.

Information sessions:

Thursday, May 13

Thursday, June 10

Tuesday, June 22

6 p.m., Room GM-403-2



Faculty of Commerce and Administration

6th annual Women and Work Symposium

Chicken Soup for Working Women

May 7

D.B. Clarke Theatre, Henry F. Hall Building

9:30 a.m.: Panel discussion featuring

Andrˇe Beaulieu-Green, entrepreneur; Rosey Edeh, athlete; Anne Desjardins, restaurateur; Katherine Aziz, financial


2 p.m.: Keynote speech by Lynda Reeves, publisher and television host

Attendance is free for this inspirational event. To register, please call

848-7598 or e-mail



Notice of change of date and venue:

Concordia University Alumni Association

Annual General Meeting

Tuesday, May 18

5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Club Saint-Denis,

257 Sherbrooke St. E.

The meeting is held for the purpose of receiving reports and the election of the 1999-2001 Board of Directors.

Members who mean to attend should reply to

Maria Ponte, 848-3825.



Digital Image and Sound Program Film Animation Program

(Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema)

jointly present


Animation, sound, Web sites, CD-ROMs

May 10 to 15, vernissage May 11, 7 p.m.

VAV Gallery, 1395 Renˇ-Lˇvesque Blvd. W.

Design Art Exposition by graduating students

April 22 to 30

9th floor gallery, Eaton

Art Education Department Year-End Show

April 26 to May 1

VAV Gallery,

1395 Renˇ-Lˇvesque Blvd. W.


Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema

26th year-end screenings

May 4, 5 and 6

Alumni Auditorium,

Henry F. Hall Building

7 to 9 p.m.




Concordia University 1999 spring convocations Information to potential graduates

Ceremonies will be held as follows:

Commerce and Administration

Thursday, June 10, 10 a.m.

Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier, Place des Arts

Arts and Science

Friday, June 11, 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.*

Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier, Place des Arts

Engineering and Computer Science

Tuesday, June 15, 10 a.m.

Thˇ‰tre Maisonneuve, Place des Arts

Fine Arts

Tuesday, June 15, 2 p.m.

Thˇ‰tre Maisonneuve, Place des Arts

Further information concerning the ceremonies will be mailed to candidates in all Faculties in early May. Confirmation of approval of your graduation will be accessible on the touch-screen terminals on each campus beginning June 2. Students are advised to check with the Birks Student Service Centre to ensure that all library fines, student and graduation fees have been paid by June 1 to be permitted to participate in the ceremonies or receive diplomas.

*In May, information will be forwarded to candidates in the Faculty of Arts and Science to indicate the time of their convocation.

Campus recreation at the Victoria Gym

Summer program Put a spring in your step!

Aerobics Sport leagues:

Dance Ball hockey

Martial arts Roller hockey

Fencing Basketball

Weight training Volleyball




Low, low prices

For more details, call 848-3860.

For sports leagues at Loyola, call 848-3858.

Music by cloistered women

Grey Nuns Convent Chapel, 1190 Guy St.

May 11 7:30 p.m.

Monocar, directed by Christopher Jackson

Rarely heard compositions of the Renaissance, presented by Nathalie Michaud, in conjunction with the Canadian Graduate Student Conference in Religion and Culture.

Admission is free

Copyright 1999 Concordia's Thursday Report.