#Concordia University celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2014. To mark the occasion we honour Great Concordians — authors, athletes, thinkers, public servants and entrepreneurs — who serve as models for our next generation of students.
Find out more about our inspiring Concordians here: http://www.concordia.ca/alumni-friends/applause/great-concordians.html #CU40
Peter McAuslan, BA forever changed the landscape by founding the brewery that bears his name. In McAuslan and his wife, Ellen Bounsall, founded McAuslan Brewing, known for its award-winning St-Ambroise and Griffon brands.
In 1970 the @globeandmail called Great #Concordian Father Bernard Lonergan, LLD 77 a “theological giant”. Time Magazine stated the #Jesuit scholar was “considered by many intellectuals to be the finest philosophic thinker of the 20th century.” To us, he was a student, a teacher and a scholar at Loyola College, one of Concordia’s founding institutions. In 1971, then-president of the Loyola Alumni Association Brian Gallery, BA 57, LLD 10, presented the Jesuit scholar with the #LoyolaMedal…
Great Father Emmett Johns, BA LLD founder Dans la rue has been a beacon of light for more than homeless and runaway youths on the streets of The College alumnus was admitted into the Order of in 1999 and made Grand Officer of the National Order of in
Norman D. Hébert - benefactor and business leader. The auto dealer network was the first in to computerize its accounts and introduce leasing. In as its founding chairman, Hébert launched the International Auto Show.
Annie Proulx MA LLD 99 - The author was enrolled in the doctoral program in history when Sir George Williams University and College merged to become In she returned to Concordia to receive a honourary doctorate.