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Employee Engagement Survey Results

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  1. Eleanor Anderson

    Eleanor Anderson

    Director of Enrolment Services,
    Enrolment Services

    Eleanor Anderson
    Director of Enrolment Services
    Enrolment Services
    902.563.1432

    Office: B-111-J

    Eleanor Anderson holds a Masters of Tourism Administration with a concentration in Sustainable Destination Management from The George Washington University. She is a multiple graduate of CBU – Bachelor of Business Administration (’96), Certificate in Heritage Studies (’96) , and Hospitality Administration Diploma (’84). In addition to her more than two decades of practical experience More »

  2. Belinda Andrea

    Nursing Practice Educator,
    Nursing, School of Professional Studies

    Belinda Andrea
    Nursing Practice Educator
    Nursing, School of Professional Studies
    902.563.1807

    Office: A222D

    Belinda Andrea is a Registered Nurse, as well as a Nursing Practice Educator within the Department of Nursing. Her areas of interest include: Medical/Surgical Nursing, Critical Care Nursing (ICU and Emergency).    

  3. Tanya Andrews

    Project Officer, MBA(CED),
    MBA (CED), Shannon School of Business

    Tanya Andrews
    Project Officer, MBA(CED)
    MBA (CED), Shannon School of Business
    902-563-1492

    Office: SB-114

  4. Amar Anwar

    Associate Professor, Economics / Management Science,
    Financial and Information Management, Shannon School of Business

    Amar Anwar
    Associate Professor, Economics / Management Science
    Financial and Information Management, Shannon School of Business
    563-1883

    Office: SB213

    Amar Anwar is an Associate Professor of Economics and Finance. He joined Shannon School of Business in August 2012. Amar earned his PhD from the University of Leipzig, Germany. Prior joining to the Shannon School of Business, Dr. Amar had worked at the Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University as an Assistant Professor and as a More »

  5. Jane Arnold

    Archivist, Beaton Institute,
    Beaton Institute

    Jane Arnold
    Archivist, Beaton Institute
    Beaton Institute
    902.563.1690

    http://www.cbu.ca/beaton
    Office: CE273

  6. Catherine Arseneau

    Director, Cultural Resources,
    Art Gallery, Beaton Institute

    Catherine Arseneau
    Director, Cultural Resources
    Art Gallery, Beaton Institute
    902.563.1326

    Office: CE-271-A

  7. Yann Artur

    Fitness and Active Living Coordinator,
    Athletics

    Yann Artur
    Fitness and Active Living Coordinator
    Athletics
    902-567-6724 / Cell 902-578-1011

    Office: Cape Breton Health & Recreation Complex

  8. Sahand Ashtab

    Assistant Professor, Supply Chain Management,
    Financial and Information Management, Shannon School of Business

    Sahand Ashtab
    Assistant Professor, Supply Chain Management
    Financial and Information Management, Shannon School of Business
    902-563-1178

    Office: SB215

    Dr. Sahand Ashtab received his doctorate in Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering from University of Windsor in 2016. Prior to joining the Cape Breton University in August 2016, he was a sessional instructor at the Odette School of Business at the University of Windsor and a research associate at the Cross Border Institute, also at the University of More »

  9. Chad Aucoin

    Senior Graphics Designer,
    Marketing & Communications

    Chad Aucoin
    Senior Graphics Designer
    Marketing & Communications
    902-563-1416

    Office: CE-360

  10. Dean Stephen Augustine

    Stephen Augustine

    Associate Vice President, Indigenous Affairs & Unama'ki College,
    Unama'ki College

    Stephen Augustine
    Associate Vice President, Indigenous Affairs & Unama'ki College
    Unama'ki College
    563-1827

    Office: L-151-D

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