Each Coordinator Received a 9.6 Per Cent Bonus
The councillors discussed the awarding of these bonuses during a closed session meeting on May 11, in which the executive team had left the room.
Environmental Entrepreneur Gregory Lynch Shows How Solar Power Can Be a Person’s Powerful Ally
How about “Solar Energy on a Small Scale?” That was the title of Gregory Lynch’s workshop on Thursday night at the Concordia Greenhouse in the Hall building downtown, where he showed attendees how they could build their own small systems and power their own devices.
Space Concordia wants to launch a satellite. The countdown: T minus two years.
A Look At What Has Has Been Done Two Years Since the CSU Voted in Favour of Boycotts, Divestments, Sanctions Against Israel
On the eve of the second annual BDS week at Concordia, the CSU has confirmed to The Link that they have divested a total $5.3 million, in accordance with all of their student-supported positions.
Roundtable Held in Montreal Explores the Question of Social Security
The idea is spreading in Quebec.
Defending the Defenders Talk at McGill University Puts Chemical Valley in the Spotlight
“It’s a chemical war zone that we are dealing with in Chemical Valley,” said Gray. “I am a little desperate for change.”
The Former Interim Provost Recently Detailed His Priorities For The Year, Including an ‘Indigenous Strategy’
The Office of the Provost is responsible for managing academic affairs at the university. This includes contract negotiations for faculty members, curriculum appraisals, and academic facilities.
Former Concordia Professor Was Jailed in Iran for Over 100 Days
The former Concordia professor had just stepped off a plane from Oman to greet press at the Montreal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport. After spending over 100 days in Iran’s notorious Evin prison, Hoodfar is finally back in Montreal.
New Committee Wants to Promote Diversity in Leadership
The gender disparity in the business world is, in part, what led Jazna Rossi, a finance and international business student, and Serena Feeney, studying business technology management, to create the John Molson Women in Leadership committee.
McGill University Holds Public Forum on Sustainability, Divestment
This was the first of three public consultations on sustainability held by McGill University last Friday. The consultations come as a direct result of a sit-in carried out by Divest McGill in the James Administration building last spring.