The following message was sent to faculty jointly by the GSA and CSU to faculty on 3 March 2012: Regarding the Student Strikes Dear colleagues, As you probably know, thousands

By Marian Scott, The Gazette March 2, 2012 MONTREAL – Concordia University will hire external auditors to review the departures of several top administrators in recent years, university president Frederick

Version française suit… The Government of Canada is seeking applications from Canadian institutions for the Emerging Leaders in the Americas Program (ELAP).

[English to follow] OFFRE D’EMPLOI AU GRIP-MCGILL: ORGANISATRICE/TEUR COMMUNAUTAIRE/COORDINATRICE/TEUR DES FINANCES ET DE L’ADMINISTRATION Date limite pour soumettre votre candidature: Mercredi, 7 mars, 2012, 17h00

Important information: Application deadline: March 7, 2012 Eligible applicants: Canadian students and researchers Notification of pre-selection results: April 2012 This scholarship is tenable from January 2013 to March 2014

About twenty McGill students occupying administration offices have been removed by police. The occupation, dubbed an “occuparty”, was to protest McGill’s refusal to accept the results of a student referendum.

The Concordia University Board of Governors meeting on Friday 10 February came to a premature end when student representatives walked out, causing the meeting to lose quorum. The contentious issue

Last year, the GSA filed a law suit demanding that the CFS respect the democratic will of Concordia graduate students in voting to withdraw from the CFS.  The CFS responded

Below is an FAQ prepared by McGill students who’re demonstrating in solidarity with the students occupying the 6th floor of James Admin building since more than 48 hours:

The GSA is looking for a dedicated individual to serve as our Chief Returning Officer (CRO) for the 2012 elections.