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Concordia University, Montreal
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Arts and Science and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
by University Secretariat
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Senate is the senior academic body of Concordia University. It derives its authority from the Board of Governors. It establishes procedures for the governance of its own affairs, and is the final authority in all matters pertaining to the academic programmes of the University. Its first constitution was approved by the Board of Governors on September 6, 1973, and it sat for the first time on the following October 1st. On that date, Senate adopted the minutes of the last meetings of the Sir...
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Concordia University, Montreal
by University Secretariat
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Senate is the senior academic body of Concordia University. It derives its authority from the Board of Governors. It establishes procedures for the governance of its own affairs, and is the final authority in all matters pertaining to the academic programmes of the University. Its first constitution was approved by the Board of Governors on September 6, 1973, and it sat for the first time on the following October 1st. On that date, Senate adopted the minutes of the last meetings of the Sir...
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
by Faculty of Fine Arts
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by University Secretariat
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The Board of Governors is the senior governing body of Concordia University and is responsible for establishing the legal and administrative framework of the university. In 1973, the initial composition of the Board of Governors was the product of the revision and amendment of the Sir George Williams University (SGWU) charter to include representatives of both SGWU and Loyola College in the context of their merger for creating a new university. On August 10th 1973, the Corporation of SGWU...
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Concordia University, Montreal
by University Secretariat
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The Board of Governors is the senior governing body of Concordia University and is responsible for establishing the legal and administrative framework of the university. In 1973, the initial composition of the Board of Governors was the product of the revision and amendment of the Sir George Williams University (SGWU) charter to include representatives of both SGWU and Loyola College in the context of their merger for creating a new university. On August 10th 1973, the Corporation of SGWU...
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Board of Governors is the senior governing body of Concordia University and is responsible for establishing the legal and administrative framework of the university. In 1973, the initial composition of the Board of Governors was the product of the revision and amendment of the Sir George Williams University (SGWU) charter to include representatives of both SGWU and Loyola College in the context of their merger for creating a new university. On August 10th 1973, the Corporation of SGWU...
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Concordia University, Montreal
by University Secretariat
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Senate is the senior academic body of Concordia University. It derives its authority from the Board of Governors. It establishes procedures for the governance of its own affairs, and is the final authority in all matters pertaining to the academic programmes of the University. Its first constitution was approved by the Board of Governors on September 6, 1973, and it sat for the first time on the following October 1st. On that date, Senate adopted the minutes of the last meetings of the Sir...
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Office
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: The Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Department of Theatre
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Faculty of Arts and Science
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Connections was published originally four times a year by Concordia University's Faculty of Art and Science.  Its mandate was to provide current information on the many activities taking place at the Faculty.  
Topic: Connections
Concordia University, Montreal
by Department of Recreation and Athletics
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A look at the upcoming Concordia Stingers football season. This publication includes a game schedule, coach and staff bios, team roster, and statistics from the previous season.
Topic: Football
Concordia University, Montreal
by Department of Theatre
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Concordia University, Department of Theatre
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Small Craft Warnings, directed by Bruce Duckat
Topic: Theatre Production Programs
Concordia University, Montreal
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Résumé de l'actualité académique de la Faculté des beaux-arts.
Topic: Newsletters
Concordia University, Montreal
by University Secretariat
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The Board of Governors is the senior governing body of Concordia University and is responsible for establishing the legal and administrative framework of the university. In 1973, the initial composition of the Board of Governors was the product of the revision and amendment of the Sir George Williams University (SGWU) charter to include representatives of both SGWU and Loyola College in the context of their merger for creating a new university. On August 10th 1973, the Corporation of SGWU...
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
by Department of Theatre
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Office
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: The Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Department of Theatre
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: The Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Office
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: The Thursday Report
Concordia Archives Private fonds
by Ira Robinson
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Ira Robinson was the guest speaker of this evening held in Montreal on March 30th, 1982.  The topic of his lecture was Gershom Scholem's contribution to our understanding of Judaism.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Office
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: The Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal and Web Communications Department
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Concordia Journal was the community newspaper of the University.    It was published 18 times during the academic year on a bi-weekly basis by the Internal Relations and Communications department of Concordia University.    The Journal online has become part of the Concordia University NOW, the source for the latest university news and upcoming events.
Topic: Concordia Journal
Concordia University, Montreal
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Concordia Journal was the community newspaper of the University.    It was published 18 times during the academic year on a bi-weekly basis by the Internal Relations and Communications department of Concordia University.    The Journal online has become part of the Concordia University NOW, the source for the latest university news and upcoming events.
Topic: Concordia Journal
Concordia University, Montreal
by Office of University Advancement and Alumni Relations
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The Concordia University Magazine came into existence in 1977.  It was preceded by the Post Alumni Bulletin, which aimed to form a joined publication for both the  Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University  and the Loyola Alumni Association.    The magazine was at first a bi-monthly publication and is now published three times a year for alumni and friends of the University.    It reviews issues concerning Concordia and Canadian higher education, and focuses on achievements...
Topic: Concordia University Magazine
Concordia University, Montreal
by Faculty of Arts and Science
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Connections was published originally four times a year by Concordia University's Faculty of Art and Science.  Its mandate was to provide current information on the many activities taking place at the Faculty.  
Topic: Connections
The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: The Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Concordia University, Department of Theatre
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Zastrozzi, directed by Paul Hanna
Topic: Theatre Production Promotional Materials
Concordia University, Montreal
by University Secretariat
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Senate is the senior academic body of Concordia University. It derives its authority from the Board of Governors. It establishes procedures for the governance of its own affairs, and is the final authority in all matters pertaining to the academic programmes of the University. Its first constitution was approved by the Board of Governors on September 6, 1973, and it sat for the first time on the following October 1st. On that date, Senate adopted the minutes of the last meetings of the Sir...
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
by Department of Theatre
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Concordia University, Montreal
by University Secretariat
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Senate is the senior academic body of Concordia University. It derives its authority from the Board of Governors. It establishes procedures for the governance of its own affairs, and is the final authority in all matters pertaining to the academic programmes of the University. Its first constitution was approved by the Board of Governors on September 6, 1973, and it sat for the first time on the following October 1st. On that date, Senate adopted the minutes of the last meetings of the Sir...
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
by Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema
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Bulletin providing information on the Film Studies programme.
Topic: Newsletters
Concordia University, Montreal
by Faculty of Fine Arts
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Arts and Science and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Arts and Science and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Arts and Science and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
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The Concordia University Magazine came into existence in 1977. It was preceded by the Post Alumni Bulletin, which aimed to form a joined publication for both the Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University and the Loyola Alumni Association. The magazine was at first a bi-monthly publication and is now published three times a year for alumni and friends of the University. It reviews issues concerning Concordia and Canadian higher education, and focuses on achievements of students,...
Topic: Concordia University Magazine
Concordia University, Montreal
by University Secretariat
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The Board of Governors is the senior governing body of Concordia University and is responsible for establishing the legal and administrative framework of the university. In 1973, the initial composition of the Board of Governors was the product of the revision and amendment of the Sir George Williams University (SGWU) charter to include representatives of both SGWU and Loyola College in the context of their merger for creating a new university. On August 10th 1973, the Corporation of SGWU...
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
by Department of Theatre
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Office
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: The Thursday Report
The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: The Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: The Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Department of Theatre
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Concordia University, Montreal
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal and Web Communications Department
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Concordia Journal was the community newspaper of the University.    It was published 18 times during the academic year on a bi-weekly basis by the Internal Relations and Communications department of Concordia University.    The Journal online has become part of the Concordia University NOW, the source for the latest university news and upcoming events.
Topic: Concordia Journal
Concordia University, Montreal
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Concordia Journal was the community newspaper of the University.    It was published 18 times during the academic year on a bi-weekly basis by the Internal Relations and Communications department of Concordia University.    The Journal online has become part of the Concordia University NOW, the source for the latest university news and upcoming events.
Topic: Concordia Journal
Concordia University, Montreal
by Office of University Advancement and Alumni Relations
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The Concordia University Magazine came into existence in 1977.  It was preceded by the Post Alumni Bulletin, which aimed to form a joined publication for both the  Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University  and the Loyola Alumni Association.    The magazine was at first a bi-monthly publication and is now published three times a year for alumni and friends of the University.    It reviews issues concerning Concordia and Canadian higher education, and focuses on achievements...
Topic: Concordia University Magazine
Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Office
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: The Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
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The Concordia University Calendar, published annually, is a schedule of events planned for the upcoming academic year. The Calendar outlines Concordia’s governance structure, faculties and departments. It also contains program descriptions and lists of different services offered to the student population.
Topic: Undergraduate Calendar
Concordia University, Montreal
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The Concordia University Calendar, published annually, is a schedule of events planned for the upcoming academic year. The Calendar outlines Concordia’s governance structure, faculties and departments. It also contains program descriptions and lists of different services offered to the student population.
Topic: Graduate Calendar
Concordia University, Montreal
by Department of Theatre
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Concordia University, Montreal
by University Secretariat
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Senate is the senior academic body of Concordia University. It derives its authority from the Board of Governors. It establishes procedures for the governance of its own affairs, and is the final authority in all matters pertaining to the academic programmes of the University. Its first constitution was approved by the Board of Governors on September 6, 1973, and it sat for the first time on the following October 1st. On that date, Senate adopted the minutes of the last meetings of the Sir...
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
by University Secretariat
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Senate is the senior academic body of Concordia University. It derives its authority from the Board of Governors. It establishes procedures for the governance of its own affairs, and is the final authority in all matters pertaining to the academic programmes of the University. Its first constitution was approved by the Board of Governors on September 6, 1973, and it sat for the first time on the following October 1st. On that date, Senate adopted the minutes of the last meetings of the Sir...
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
by University Secretariat
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Senate is the senior academic body of Concordia University. It derives its authority from the Board of Governors. It establishes procedures for the governance of its own affairs, and is the final authority in all matters pertaining to the academic programmes of the University. Its first constitution was approved by the Board of Governors on September 6, 1973, and it sat for the first time on the following October 1st. On that date, Senate adopted the minutes of the last meetings of the Sir...
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
by University Secretariat
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Senate is the senior academic body of Concordia University. It derives its authority from the Board of Governors. It establishes procedures for the governance of its own affairs, and is the final authority in all matters pertaining to the academic programmes of the University. Its first constitution was approved by the Board of Governors on September 6, 1973, and it sat for the first time on the following October 1st. On that date, Senate adopted the minutes of the last meetings of the Sir...
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
by Faculty of Fine Arts
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Summary of research and academic activities at the Faculty of Fine Arts.
Topic: Newsletters
Concordia University, Montreal
by Concordia University, Department of Theatre
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Hot'l Baltimore, directed by Louis DiBianco and Ali Giron
Topic: Theatre Production Programs
Concordia University, Montreal
by University Secretariat
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The Board of Governors is the senior governing body of Concordia University and is responsible for establishing the legal and administrative framework of the university. In 1973, the initial composition of the Board of Governors was the product of the revision and amendment of the Sir George Williams University (SGWU) charter to include representatives of both SGWU and Loyola College in the context of their merger for creating a new university. On August 10th 1973, the Corporation of SGWU...
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Arts and Science and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Arts and Science and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia Archives Private fonds
by Donald L. Boisvert
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Présentation donnée au Comité des affaires religieuses du Ministère de l'Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport (MELS) le 11 juin 2009.
Topic: Presentations
Concordia University, Montreal
by University Secretariat
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The Board of Governors is the senior governing body of Concordia University and is responsible for establishing the legal and administrative framework of the university. In 1973, the initial composition of the Board of Governors was the product of the revision and amendment of the Sir George Williams University (SGWU) charter to include representatives of both SGWU and Loyola College in the context of their merger for creating a new university. On August 10th 1973, the Corporation of SGWU...
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
by Department of Contemporary Dance
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Programme guide for the Department of Modern Dance for the year 1982-1983.
Topic: Course Guides
Concordia University, Montreal
by Department of Theatre
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Department of Theatre
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Department of Theatre
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal and Web Communications Department
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Concordia Journal was the community newspaper of the University.    It was published 18 times during the academic year on a bi-weekly basis by the Internal Relations and Communications department of Concordia University.    The Journal online has become part of the Concordia University NOW, the source for the latest university news and upcoming events.
Topic: Concordia Journal
Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Office
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The Concordia University Magazine came into existence in 1977. It was preceded by the Post Alumni Bulletin, which aimed to form a joined publication for both the Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University and the Loyola Alumni Association. The magazine was at first a bi-monthly publication and is now published three times a year for alumni and friends of the University. It reviews issues concerning Concordia and Canadian higher education, and focuses on achievements of students,...
Topic: Concordia University Magazine
Concordia University, Montreal
by Office of the Principal
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Interview with Andrew Berczi (Dean of Commerce and Administration, SGW and Concordia University) conducted by Joel McCormick in January 1982.  It  was part of a series of interviews of administrators and faculty members who were involved in the merger of Loyola College and Sir George Williams University.
Topics: Interviews, Merger
Concordia University, Montreal
by Department of Theatre
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Department of Theatre
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Faculty of Arts and Science
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Arts and Science and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Arts and Science and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Office
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: The Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Office
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: The Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Office
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: The Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Faculty of Fine Arts
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
Topic: Minutes of Meetings
Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Office
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
Topic: The Thursday Report
Concordia University, Montreal
by Department of Theatre
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Concordia Multi-Faith Chaplaincy
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Sources is a publication of the Concordia Multi-Faith Chaplaincy.
Topic: Newsletters
Concordia Archives Private fonds
by Katherine Tweedie
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P0126-11-0005:  Interview with photojournalist, photography teacher and art photographer John Max by Katherine Tweedie, in April 1982.
Topic: Interviews
Concordia University, Montreal
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The Concordia University Magazine came into existence in 1977. It was preceded by the Post Alumni Bulletin, which aimed to form a joined publication for both the Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University and the Loyola Alumni Association. The magazine was at first a bi-monthly publication and is now published three times a year for alumni and friends of the University. It reviews issues concerning Concordia and Canadian higher education, and focuses on achievements of students,...
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Faculty of Fine Arts
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
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Concordia University, Montreal
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The Faculty Council is responsible for the governance of the academic affairs of the Faculty of Fine Arts and for making recommendations concerning academic matters to the University Senate. It is chaired by the Dean and composed of full-time and part-time faculty members, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff members.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Public Relations Office
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The Thursday Report (CTR) came into existence in 1977. Published by Public Relations, it appeared weekly and covered issues under debate in the university, research reports, and the activities of the Board of Governors and Senate. It also contained a listing of campus activities. It was replaced by the Concordia Journal in 2005.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Faculty of Fine Arts
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The Fine Arts Newsletter provided information about scholarly activities and news of unusual interest by members of the Faculty of Fine Arts. 
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Faculty of Arts and Science
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Connections was published originally four times a year by Concordia University's Faculty of Art and Science.  Its mandate was to provide current information on the many activities taking place at the Faculty.  
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal and Web Communications Department
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Concordia Journal was the community newspaper of the University.    It was published 18 times during the academic year on a bi-weekly basis by the Internal Relations and Communications department of Concordia University.    The Journal online has become part of the Concordia University NOW, the source for the latest university news and upcoming events.
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Concordia University, Montreal
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Concordia Journal was the community newspaper of the University.    It was published 18 times during the academic year on a bi-weekly basis by the Internal Relations and Communications department of Concordia University.    The Journal online has become part of the Concordia University NOW, the source for the latest university news and upcoming events.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Internal and Web Communications Department
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Concordia Journal was the community newspaper of the University.    It was published 18 times during the academic year on a bi-weekly basis by the Internal Relations and Communications department of Concordia University.    The Journal online has become part of the Concordia University NOW, the source for the latest university news and upcoming events.
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Concordia University, Montreal
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Concordia Journal was the community newspaper of the University.    It was published 18 times during the academic year on a bi-weekly basis by the Internal Relations and Communications department of Concordia University.    The Journal online has become part of the Concordia University NOW, the source for the latest university news and upcoming events.
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Office of University Advancement and Alumni Relations
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The Concordia University Magazine came into existence in 1977.  It was preceded by the Post Alumni Bulletin, which aimed to form a joined publication for both the  Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University  and the Loyola Alumni Association.    The magazine was at first a bi-monthly publication and is now published three times a year for alumni and friends of the University.    It reviews issues concerning Concordia and Canadian higher education, and focuses on achievements...
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Concordia University, Montreal
by Office of University Advancement and Alumni Relations
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The Concordia University Magazine came into existence in 1977.  It was preceded by the Post Alumni Bulletin, which aimed to form a joined publication for both the  Association of Alumni of Sir George Williams University  and the Loyola Alumni Association.    The magazine was at first a bi-monthly publication and is now published three times a year for alumni and friends of the University.    It reviews issues concerning Concordia and Canadian higher education, and focuses on achievements...
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Concordia Archives Private fonds
by Ira Robinson
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Une initiative du Centre d'études juives contemporaines, la conférence présentée par Ira Robinson le 18 octobre 2009 s'intitulait La controverse sur la définition de la judéité: historique et problématiques contemporaines.
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