Salim Valji

  • New Sustainability Major on the Table for Concordia

    45-Credit Program to Offer Courses on Policy, Social Transformation and Diversity

    The event was the latest step of a multi-year process in conjunction with Concordia University’s 2012-2016 academic plan. According to the SAF, the lack of course options on environmental sustainability partially motivated the creation of the major.

  • CIS Rebrands As U Sports

    A New Title for Canadian University Sports

    With a new logo, colours, and name, the Canadian Interuniversity Sports has repositioned itself in the Canadian sports landscape in an effort to lure sponsors and increase its relevance on the national stage.

  • JMSB Panel Highlights Education in Embracing Indigenous Economies

    How Uplifting Indigenous Business in Post-Secondary Institutions Helps Us All

    The panelists included Gladue, Elizabeth Fast, an assistant professor in the Concordia Department of Applied Human Sciences, and Ghislain Picard, the Assembly of First Nations Regional Chief of Quebec and Labrador.

  • Space Concordia Shifts Focus From Competition to Expansion and Creation

    Space Concordia wants to launch a satellite. The countdown: T minus two years.

  • John Molson Women in Leadership Look For Equality in Business

    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.

  • Poulin’s Place

    Olympic Hero Marie-Philip Poulin Laces Up for Les Canadiennes of the Canadian Women’s Hockey League

    Marie-Philip Poulin’s office is cold, damp and crowded. Often times it is maddeningly loud, with thousands meticulously observing her every move. She travels fairly often—Montreal, Boston, Vancouver and Sochi to name a few spots—but has a rare gift to find that perfect workspace, whichever time zone she happens to be in. It’s where she thrives—low slot, a couple strides from an offensive zone faceoff circle.


  • Canadiennes Hockey: Torched!

    Montreal Forward & Olympian Marie-Philip Poulin Scores Twice in Victory

    On Sunday afternoon, Les Canadiennes de Montréal defeated the Calgary Inferno 3 – 1 at the Etienne Desmarteau Arena in Montreal, sweeping their weekend series and attaining first place in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League.