John Abbott College recently announced that Maria Popica, French teacher at John Abbott, has received the Minister's Award in Higher Education for the Educational Research Reports category (collegial).
The world’s access to water has long been a constant challenge for municipal authorities as mass urbanization, climate change and now the COVID-19 pandemic constantly force cities to adapt to new demands on their networks.
Mental health experts have been worrying about the negative effects social isolation is having on children, especially teens, and so the re-opening of summer day camps in Quebec is a development welcomed by parents and young people alike.
In the late winter and spring of 2019, a group of Indigenous scholars met in Hawai‘i to think through concepts around artificial intelligence (AI) and how they related to the Indigenous experience.
Buffering, slow downloads, frozen computer screens — a wonky internet connection can frustrate even the most Zen person.
The Lower Canada College (LCC) administration recently announced that it has been certified for the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (IB MYP), making it the only English high school in Quebec to offer both the Middle Years and Diploma Programmes.
The senior learners at McGill Community for Lifelong Learning did not let the closing of the university, nor the higher risk of contracting COVID-19 due to their age, stop them from continuing their learning projects.
Three students in the Faculty of Arts and Science have completed their undergraduate careers at Concordia with a prestigious feather in their caps: a research article published in the highly respected academic journal Nature Neuroscience.
Twenty-four researchers and dozens of partner organizations will collaborate on an investigation into deindustrialization and its political consequences.
Concordia University announced on June 3 the names of seven distinguished honorary degree recipients who reflect a variety of expertise – from STEM outreach to sustainable industry, Indigenous language preservation to journalism and modern dance.
The West Island Palliative Care Residence announced in a June 9 release the creation of the Teresa Dellar Scholarship in Nursing at both Université de Montréal and McGill University. Concurrently, Teresa Dellar’s family and the newly formed Teresa Dellar Community Foundation will be sponsori…
A new Concordia research project is inviting residents of Montreal’s Notre-Dame-de-Grâce neighbourhood to explore and document urban trees — right in their own backyard.
In the rush to contain if not control the COVID-19 outbreak, governments worldwide are scrambling to employ every means at their disposal. This includes surveillance — a word that in popular cultural has taken on sinister connotations. But, in fact, it also covers valuable data-gathering and…
Ask just about anyone how they are doing these days and chances are they will grumble about the ongoing confinement. In particular, older adults are experiencing unique stress during the current pandemic. In addition to the health threats associated with COVID-19, older adults often face mor…
At a virtual ceremony held on Wednesday, May 6, John Abbott College recognized the dedication and efforts of 43 students with a Service and Leadership Award. This year the College was forced to hold the ceremony using the Zoom platform. The event was held live and recipients were encouraged …
What do you do when you have a school project all planned out, supplies are purchased, and then school shuts down? Well, Casey Sherriffs, the Entrepreneurial Lead at ECS (Miss Edgar’s & Miss Cramp’s School), helped her Grade 5 students carry out their project — but in a different, genero…
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended our lives, and in some cases, it has changed how we look at our economies, governments and societies. In times of crises like this one, institutions and principles that we normally hold dear can be overwhelmed.
Three-time alumna and well-respected figure in Montreal’s community sector Andrea Clarke (BSc 09, MSc 12, MBA 16) is bringing her expertise to Concordia’s Office of the Provost.
Dawson College will continue to offer most courses online for the Summer and Fall Semesters in order to protect its students and staff and the greater Montreal community. Montreal remains a hot zone for COVID-19, said the school in this May 12 release.
Virtually no aspect of our lifestyles before COVID-19 has remained unchanged since the outbreak of the global pandemic. The ways we work, socialize, educate our children and consume goods and services have all shifted in remarkable ways.
In the week leading up to the shuttering of all of Quebec’s educational institutions in mid-March, Saul Carliner and his colleagues sensed a crisis looming. But they also saw an opportunity to put their training and expertise — and that of their students — to work.