It’s been a few years of ups and downs, and I’m not just talking about plane rides. As with any major project that is worth doing, we’ve faced our share of direct opposition from people and faceless organizations that would toss up challenges and bureaucratic procedures. The direct opposition, indifference, and broken promises seems to More »
On Monday, April 14th, I attended the Growing A Creative Economy conference organized by the Cape Breton Centre for Craft and Design. It was a really great day with many interesting and inspiring presentations, including one by interior design guru Sarah Richardson. Of most interest to me was a presentation by Jaeny Baik on the More »
Keep these important dates for new CBU students handy as we head into spring!
So I am new to this whole “blog” thing. This is the first time I have ever “blogged” and I am not exactly sure what I should be talking about. So, I will start by introducing myself. My name in Ann Terese Doucette, and I am the newest member to the Purdy Crawford Chair team. More »
We're open later for the duration of the exam period (April 4 -16). 8 am-1 am Monday – Friday; 9 am-1 am Saturday and Sunday. Good luck and happy studying! You can visit our hours page for more detailed open and closed times.
It's hard to believe that our workshop titled Partnering for Successful Economic Development: Lessons Learned and Best Practices happened a year and a half ago. At the end of February, I began compiling the final report for the funder of the event, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). As I edited More »
On April 4th at 2pm in the student lounge, the library will be hosting a kick-off event for our month long F.A.C.E. (Faculty Academic Contributions) Exhibit recognizing the important academic contributions our faculty make to the academic knowledge base worldwide. Join us as we host honoured guest speakers Dr. Peter McIntyre and Dr. Robert Campbell More »