This Friday, for Hallowe'en, we will be closing early, at 4:30 p.m. Happy trick or treating!
In recent months CBU has advanced a case for Nova Scotia Universities that is deeply connected to community, industry and the economic and social ambitions of our province. Opinion pieces in the Chronicle Herald: Universities as engines of progress and Education hive would keep economy buzzing have been reinforced by the publication of our Accountability More »
As you may know, an Aboriginal Business gaming simulation is being developed and will be unveiled to coincide with the launch of the In.Business program (Eastern Region). The Purdy Crawford Chair team got together yesterday for some beta testing of the game in an effort work out the remaining “bugs” prior to it being coded More »
October is Mi’kmaq History Month. Do you know its significance? Recently I was fortunate to attend a talk given by Stephen Augustine at Unama’ki College where he spoke about the history and significance of Mi’kmaq History Month and Treaty Day. Everyone at Cape Breton University was welcome to attend and, given the numbers that attended, More »
The CBU Library will be closed on Monday, October 13 for the Thanksgiving holiday. We will resume regular hours on Tuesday. Thanks!
As someone "raised" in the humanities and social sciences, I've become used to a particular presentation style at academic conferences. And that presentation style primarily consists of reading a research paper, sometimes supplemented by powerpoint or some photographs. (There are notable exceptions, of course, but that is generally my experience.) For many years, I too More »