*The article below was originally published in the Chronicle Herald on December 3, 2013. It is written by Dr. David Wheeler, President and Vice-Chancellor of Cape Breton University. In the last two weeks, Nova Scotia secured an energy future that many jurisdictions around the world would envy. As a province, we demonstrated the maturity of More »
Need a Break? “What’s going on everyone? There’s about one week of class left! I’m pretty excited but I’m also super busy trying to finish off all my work. I’ll be taking a break to attend the Pit event tonight and I think you should as well. It starts at 9 PM and it goes More »
On Saturday, November 28th, Cape Breton University will be hosting an Open House from 2-5pm. Explore the library with our special map, browse our shelves, and leave with a library card! Library cards are available to everyone, not just students. See you there!
Two words everyone: it snowed. I am so stoked! I really enjoyed the nice summer weather but I’m excited for winter to start. I was pretty happy yesterday morning when I looked out my window and saw that it was snowing. I may not ski or snowboard as much as the next person, but I More »
An Update from the Study Room Hey everyone, This is just a quick video saying sorry that I’m getting this out to you folks so late – November is a pretty crazy month for me, . There will be a video early next week that’ll be full of fun, laughs, jokes…did I mention fun? I More »
November 16-20, 2015 #GEW2015 Agenda Global Entrepreneurship Week is the world’s largest celebration of the innovators and job creators who launch startups that bring ideas to life, drive economic growth and expand human welfare. Global Entrepreneurship Week inspires people everywhere through local, national and global activities designed to help them explore their potential as self-starters More »
Last month, as part of the National Aboriginal Business Educators meeting at Cape Breton University, we travelled to Eskasoni for a cultural tour. I was very excited to hop into the van with my new colleagues and friends. You see, though I’ve been to Eskasoni many times, until then, I’d never had the opportunity to More »
Hey everyone, I don’t know about you folks, but the month of November seems like it’s going to be a pretty busy month. There are a lot of projects to finish up and a lot of tests coming up as well. Luckily, I had some time to catch up with some of my friends in More »