Concordia University

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Concordia University

Concordia is spotted in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The name of the college originates from the adage of the City of Montreal, "Concordia Salus," “Concordia Salus,” which means “well-being through harmony.” Despite the fact that the bases of its establishing organizations about-face more than 160 years, Concordia University was shaped on August 24, 1974 through the merger of Loyola College (1896) and Sir George Williams University (1926). The new university started with five Faculties: a consolidated Faculty of Commerce (now the John Molson School of Business), a blended Faculty of Engineering (now the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science), a Sir George Williams Faculty of Arts, a SGW Faculty of Science, and a Loyola Faculty of Arts and Science. The main period of the centralization of Arts and Science occurred in 1977, and the present Faculty of Arts and Science, under a solitary senior member, was structured in 1985. The Faculty of Fine Arts was made in 1976. Concordias five schools in the Faculty of Arts and Science (Liberal Arts College, Loyola International College, School of Community and Public Affairs, Science College, and de Beauvoir Institute) were established to give understudies a novel interdisciplinary experience. The famous Institute for Co-agent Education, which organizes work terms for understudies in specific controls, was made in 1980. Loyolas Vanier Library extended in the late 1980s on its present site, while the library offices at Sir George Williams moved to another home in the J.w. Mcconnell Building in 1992 to turn into the Webster Library. That same year, as the college started to make strides in stretching post-graduate studies, the School of Graduate Studies supplanted the Division of Graduate Studies.

The following is the list of scholars from Concordia University who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences

The following is the list of articles by scholars from Concordia University that are published in OMICS International journals.

The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Concordia University that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.