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  • Acoustic Friday and Art Auction
    Message from the Concordia Arts Society We are looking for staff, students and faculty to sign up and be a part of of our upcoming event.   Click here for Acoustic Friday performance sign up.     ... read more
    Source: Marketing and CommunicationsPublished on 2016-10-18
  • Reminder: Interdisciplinary Research Cluster on Wellness – Wed. Oct 19, 4pm
    On behalf of the Interdisciplinary Research Cluster on Wellness, we would like to invite you to the 1st presentation of the 2016-17 academic year.  Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2016 Time: 4:00-5:00 pmLocation: HA 206Presenters: Dr. Carla Prado & Stephanie Ramage   Sarcopenic Obesity: When Body Weight Fails ... read more
    Source: Student Life and LearningPublished on 2016-10-18
  • Thunder Men’s Volleyball Post ‘Historic’ First Victory
    In a first for the Thunder Men's Volleyball program, the team won their first match of the regular season in straight sets!  The Thunder started on a high note, taking their first set of the year by a 25-22 margin in front of a raucous home crowd on Friday night.  ... read more
    Source: AthleticsPublished on 2016-10-17
  • Women’s Basketball Get Two vs the Vikings
    The 2016-17 ACAC regular season began this weekend for women’s basketball as they went up against the Vikings of Augustana. The Thunder are coming into the season with high expectations as they have a very seasoned roster with a lot of potential. “We have had an excellent pre-season. The girls ... read more
    Source: AthleticsPublished on 2016-10-17
  • Thunder Men’s Basketball Sweep Vikings in Season Opener
    The very first CCAA regular season game in the entire country this year was played this past Thursday night as the Thunder hosted the Augustana Vikings.  The Thunder would lead by 1 after the first quarter and by 11 at the half.  The Vikings would match the Thunder in the ... read more
    Source: AthleticsPublished on 2016-10-17
  • Thunder Women 3rd and Men 6th at Final XC Race Before ACAC Championships
    The Thunder Cross Country teams headed out to Camrose on Saturday to compete in the final race before the ACAC Championships.  Conditions were cold and snowy at the largest race of the season which saw the UofA and MacEwan Universities join all of the ACAC schools. The ladies were missing ... read more
    Source: AthleticsPublished on 2016-10-17
  • Thunder Hockey Net Second Win of the Season
    This weekend the Thunder took on the previously undefeated Voyageurs from Portage College. Friday night at home, the Thunder played well and were able to put themselves ahead 3 to 0 by the third period. The Voyageurs were able to close the gap later in the period with two quick ... read more
    Source: AthleticsPublished on 2016-10-17
  • Women’s Soccer Face NAIT in the ‘Snow Bowl’
    Due to the unusually early winter weather, the Thunder Women's Soccer team played the 'home team' NAIT Ooks on a neutral turf field in Sherwood Park this past Sunday. The field of play or the setting was enclosed by a perimeter wall of snow and filled with brisk air, ideal ... read more
    Source: AthleticsPublished on 2016-10-17
  • Thunder Soccer Faces the Elements and the NAIT Ooks
    "Disruptions, disruptions, disruptions. First it was Thanksgiving, then snow, and finally, NAIT. Yup, those guys again. But each time we get this test we improve, take something away and get that much closer to solving these types of opponents. In this instance a 2-1 result was fair, yet not far ... read more
    Source: AthleticsPublished on 2016-10-17
  • Thunder Women’s Volleyball Fall to Rustlers
    The Women's Volleyball team opened up their 2016-17 season facing the Lakeland Rustlers over the past weekend. As the team continues to grow and develop a solid foundation, they were challenged against one of the top teams in the league and it was a great learning weekend that the ladies ... read more
    Source: AthleticsPublished on 2016-10-17
  • Manulife – New Online Features
    Now it’s even easier to access your group benefits. Manulife has introduced new online features to help you save time or money. Your mobile benefits card is always on you! Find out how to access it from your smartphone when you’re on the go. ... read more
    Source: Human ResourcesPublished on 2016-10-17
  • Dean of Graduate Studies Opportunity
    Concordia University of Edmonton strives to be a community of learning and grounded in scholarship and academic freedom, preparing students to be independent thinkers, ethical leaders, reflective leaders in their occupations, and citizens for the common good. Reporting to the VP Academic and Provost, the ... read more
    Source: Human ResourcesPublished on 2016-10-17
  • Invitation to Faculty: Study Tour in Mexico with MacEwan University
      From: www.puertovallartatours.net To Concordia's permanent faculty: Our colleagues from MacEwan University are organizing a Faculty Study Tour to Mexico in 2017 and are kindly offering a spot for one CUE faculty (two colleagues went with the MacEwan colleagues on the China Study Tour a few years ago). Here is the initial ... read more
    Source: InternationalPublished on 2016-10-14
  • FREE Webinar with Lisa Charleyboy & Naheed Nenshi
    FREE Webinar: The Faith Project  Concordia Library invites you to to attend a free webinar moderated by,editor-in-chief of Urban Native Magazine, Lisa Charleyboy, who will be joined by special guest panelist, Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi.  Brought to you by the National Film Board of Canada, the webinar, The ... read more
    Source: LibraryPublished on 2016-10-14
  • Conference: Theology and the Philosophy of Science
    A last-minute reminder to everyone: PUBLIC KEYNOTE LECTURES – ALL WELCOME! Friday October 14th 5:00-6:30 in Tegler Auditorium Nancey Murphy (Fuller Theological Seminary) Alasdair MacIntyre as Philosopher of Science and Potential Guide to Theologians Thomas McLaughlin (St. ... read more
    Source: Faculty of ArtsPublished on 2016-10-14
  • United Way Campaign
    President’s Message        2016 United Way Campaign  Dear Colleagues, While most of us have been somewhat sheltered from the devastating economic conditions in our province, many in our city and province face challenges that most of us have never encountered. Even our ... read more
    Source: President’s OfficePublished on 2016-10-12
  • To Faculty and All: UC – The Importance of Study Abroad for Concordia
    Excerpt from a Universities Canada email (English): International study equips students with 21st century skills needed to compete on global stage   Too few Canadian students pursue a study-abroad ... read more
    Source: InternationalPublished on 2016-10-11
  • Thunder Golfer Turcotte Heading to CCAA Nationals
    For the first time in Thunder Athletics history, a member of the Golf team will be competing in the CCAA National Championships.  The Thunder Golf team's lone female member Kassidy Turcotte has qualified for the National Tourney after finishing 4th overall at the ACAC Championships on October 2nd.  Through the ... read more
    Source: AthleticsPublished on 2016-10-11
  • Outstanding Final Pre-Season Weekend for Men’s Basketball
    The Thunder wrapped up their 2016 preseason schedule with two wins over Burman University – 102-59 on Thursday in Lacombe and 89-53 on Saturday back in Edmonton.  Sandwiched in the middle on Friday was the 1st Annual Thunder Men’s Basketball Alumni Tournament which was a huge success.  30 Thunder Alum ... read more
    Source: AthleticsPublished on 2016-10-11
  • Thunder Hockey Fall to Top Ranked Augustana
    This weekend the Thunder faced a tough match up against the Augustana Vikings. Friday night at home the Thunder stumbled out of the gates and spotted the Vikings a 3 to 0 lead after the first period. The Thunder fought hard and played better in the remaining 40 minutes but ... read more
    Source: AthleticsPublished on 2016-10-11
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