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“I needed a last-minute event organization app that simplified the process, but when I looked around I could not find one that met my needs.” - Tyler Ramsay,  third-year software engineering student at Concordia
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Preventive health, sleep and cognition, carbon budgets — these are just three of the topics covered by the new Horizon Postdoctoral Fellowships at Concordia. Click through to see the list of opportunities and apply for one today!
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Students from Concordia’s Mechanical Engineering program shone at the 2016 Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering (CSME) International Congress, seizing first prize in both undergraduate- and graduate-level competitions. Congratulations!
Undergraduate team's 3D printer and a PhD student's research paper on customized glass manufacturing impress the judges.
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Congratulations to Space Concordia for their podium finishes at two major competitions
The student society’s satellite and rocketry divisions earn podium finishes at two major competitions.
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“This approach can reduce the duration of a leak, as well as the cost and time involved in locating the site in need of repair,” says ‪#‎Concordia‬'s Tarek Zayed, professor in the Department of Building, Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Concordia researchers have developed a technique to locate underground leaks with 99.5% accuracy.
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A new Concordia study published in Infant and Child Development shows that the natural process of teaching mathematics to one another gives kids the chance to explore and construct a deeper understanding of their social and physical worlds.
New Concordia research shows how sibling relationships enrich at-home learning.
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Darren Wershler: “To understand where we are going we need to understand the past of gaming.” #media #archaeology #gaming #history
This summer at Concordia, international Applied Media Archaeology students dug into gaming's past, present and future.
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Tired of hearing your kids say "I'm bored!" ?
Why not send them to #Concordia's #summer #engineering camp? Learn more and register today!
Why CIADI Summer Science and Engineering Camp could be the right fit for your inquisitive youngster.
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Major new federal funding will support innovative research projects at Concordia in areas ranging from biology to geography to computer science.
Canada’s Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council lends its support to 50 ‘cutting-edge’ projects at the university.
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Academic Ranking of World Universities has ranked Concordia as the leader among its peers in Canada and in the global top 50 in Civil Engineering.
A Shanghai-based university research centre places the program 20th in the world, ahead of Stanford and Cambridge.
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“There are five terrible dangers in the world right now — Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook, Google and its parent company, Alphabet,” says Bipin Desai, a professor in Concordia’s Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering. This July, the 20th IDEAS Symposium at Concordia tackles digital privacy, security and ‘how we live’.
This July, the 20th IDEAS Symposium at Concordia tackles digital privacy, security and ‘how we live.’
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Do you have questions about Montreal #startups? Join Concordia's District 3 Innovation Center on Twitter, June 6 from 5 - 6 p.m. Click through for information on how you can be a part of the conversation.
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"Overall great place to study, glad to be part of the family!"
"Oh, and another thing, don't eat at the cafeteria."
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a month ago
Only good times there! ...with some stress due to half-assed Computer science/engineering teachers with bad explanations, thus forcing you to do everything on your own... struggling to get above a B grade if you tend to go out with friends and skip some studying. Outside of faculty teachers and classes are much better, eg. JMSB teachers/classes, easily get a B+, without much effort but; 1. attend the classes, 2. listen and 3. do the work assigned, which isnt even that hard to accomplish. overall great place to study, glad to be part of the family! with that said, Concordia ftw!!!
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Kyno Satsura
4 months ago
The quality of education varies greatly between faculties and even departments. I would say the Downtown Campus excels in Math, Engineering, Business. Loyola Campus is more uniform in terms of quality between departments.
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Thomas Karasek
3 months ago
The campus is in dire need of repairs (except JMSB), the school itself is poorly organized and corruption is rampant
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Zachary Bergeron
9 months ago
Amazing university. Good reputation. Clean and organized
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Manny Chau
4 months ago
Great open atmosphere University. The downtown Sir George Wilfred Campus have a modern city vibe to it. It also has another campus in NDG called Loyola Campus which is more green and have old building.
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David Michel Donais
a year ago
Terrible administration and student services. Can never get anything done because either the line is busy or you get ping-ponged between 2 offices because no one wants to do their job. While I had good teachers in maths, those I had in computer science were AWFUL. Bad teachers and bad programmers that took bad code practices in their examples to whole new levels. For computer science, in my experience, this is literally the last place you should consider. The other students were very friendly though so they have that going for them, which is nice.
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Van Z.
8 months ago
I met incredible people here and the teachers are amazing. I wouldn't change anything.
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Carl Fournier
3 years ago
I went to Concordia University from 1993 to 2001. I got two degrees: BA (Honours) and MA, both in History. My undergraduate experience was very good as I exposed myself to a general History program in terms of geography and time period. There were certain difficulties that I experienced which I will not go into detail here. Suffice it to say my academic and extra-academic activities were very enjoyable and very memorable. My graduate experience was fair to good. I had an opportunity to sample the academic life without any pleasures or rewards associated with it. The problem was that the Concordia History Department was in the process of transition, and change is not always smooth or trouble free. In addition it was the free reign of PC in all its ugly and unattractive manifestations. I have to say that I sympathize with the goals and aims of the PC movement: tolerance, inclusion, acceptance of all within the university community. I disagreed and still do with the methodology and underlying assumptions of PC, namely speech and behaviour codes. Moreover I lost my father part way through the research for my MA thesis, which illustrated to me if nothing else the strange new world the PC crowd were trying to create. It has now been over 11 years since I graduated from Concordia with two degrees in hand and ready to take my leap into the world. It hasn't been entirely successful, but that is more my doing and the state of the world than anything else. I still remember my thesis supervisor, Dr. Frank Chalk, with respect and fondness. Certain other professors touched my life either lightly or heavily, but all of them are remembered one way or another. I would recommend Concordia to anyone planning to go to university. I would do so with a word of warning: make sure you know what it is you want in university and then just do it! Thanks for your time!
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