Scientist Matthew Harsh explored the human side of agricultural engineering on Tuesday in the first Engineering and Computer Science lecture of the year entitled “Biotechnology in Africa: surveying systems of innovation for development.”
Students to hold art exhibition in response to Sept.11
By Diana Thibeault
A group of Concordia students will be holding an art exhibition in January
called Art 4 Peace in response to Sept. 11 tragedy and to give students a
platform with which to express themselves about the situation of the world
through visual arts.
The CSU has called on the Quebec government to intervene to lift the ban on tabling and the moratorium on public events related to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
"These authoritarian and discriminatory measures have no place in Quebec democratic society and the university administration should not be allowed to trample our rights," said a letter signed by CSU President Sabine Friesinger that was sent to Education Minister Sylvain Simard on Oct.