Entries by Constance Lafontaine

Your City out Loud: A Listening Party in Montreal

Join ACT and the residents of the Dutaud Residence for a listening party on December 14, 2017 in Montreal. Residents the Dutaud seniors’ residence recorded their stories and experiences of living and Montreal with digital recording devices, through the course of an intergenerational workshop. This two-week workshop brought together eight participants, who contributed a range of […]

Shannon Hebblethwaite and Concordia research on aging featured in the Montreal Gazette

ACT researcher Shannon Hebblethwaite was recently featured in a piece in the Montreal Gazette titled “New research from Concordia examines how we can age well while living healthier, longer“. Hebbelthwaite, who is a professor of applied human sciences at Concordia University and the director of the recently-formed engAGE centre for research on aging, discusses her […]

ACT PhD and MA scholarship opportunities at Concordia University

About the research Kim Sawchuk, Professor in Communication Studies and Director of ACT, is offering scholarship opportunities to students applying for Concordia University’s MA in Media Studies or PhD in Communication Studies at Concordia University. The student will join an exciting department, a dynamic group of researchers and community partners as part of the ACT […]

Graduate and Postdoctoral Fellow Symposium: Emerging Research on Later Life

  On October 5, ACT is hosting its first ever graduate student and postdoctoral fellow symposium at the Loyola campus of Concordia University, specifically in the Department of Communication Studies. With the exception of the public keynote by Josephine Dolan, this is a closed event. SCHEDULE 9:30-10:00 (CJ 2.130) – Welcome and Introductions Josephine Dolan and […]