On Wednesday, we had our second presentation in the Aboriginal Business Speakers Series. Cheryl Knockwood, Governance Coordinator in Membertou, and Tamara Young, research assistant and student in the MBA program at CBU, presented the final report from the land management project in Membertou. Almost two years ago, Membertou partnered with the Purdy Crawford Chair in More »
During the exam period (Dec. 5th– 13th) the library will be open until 1 am. The 2nd floor will also be open for quiet study until 1 am. Library Services will continue to cease at 10pm as usual.
They say, “Time flies when you’re having fun.” If that’s true, then I must be having the time of my life. It’s been almost 10 years since I graduated from Dalhousie with a Degree in Industrial Engineering, at which time, I never would have imagined that I could experience so much in such a short More »
Year three of the Business Network for Aboriginal Youth has begun! This year’s program is made up of 30 Aboriginal students, representing 10 Nova Scotia First Nation communities and 16 high schools. Nine of these students are returning for a second/third year, and 21 are new to the program. Prior to coming together for the More »
About a week or so ago, departments at Cape Breton University were invited to decorate a wreath for a silent auction to be held at the Handmade Holiday on Monday, November 18th. Money raised will support the Society of Deaf & Hard of Hearing. As a crafty person, I was thrilled when my colleagues agreed More »
Two weeks ago I attended a conference held by the United Nations Association in Canada at the Sauder School of Business in Vancouver, BC. It was called The New Diplomacy of Natural Resources. I believe there were roughly twenty student delegates participating along with stakeholder experts to help guide us. We were divided into four More »
Guest Blog by MBA student Pamela Paul of Membertou: The Aboriginal Business Society held its first official meeting on Wednesday, November 7/13 in the Shannon School of Business 1st Floor Student Lounge. We had eight Aboriginal Business students from Membertou, Waycobah, Potlotek, Apikwit, and Ontario. We hope to grow our society group at every chance More »