August 2014

CBU Benefiting From On-Site Energy Manager

Cape Breton University has joined forces with Efficiency Nova Scotia taking a progressive approach to energy savings with on-site energy manager, Mohsin Khan. Mohsin is a graduate of Dalhousie University’s Masters in Electrical Engineering program. He previously worked with the Office of Sustainability at Dalhousie University as an Energy Officer and as a Research Engineer More »

CBU Unveils a Rejuvenated Brand

After a yearlong ‘text book’ process of research and development, Cape Breton University is ready to unveil its rejuvenated brand positioning that will better align with the strategic priorities of the University.  CBU is committed to building a flourishing, entrepreneurial, multi-cultural and sustainable global university dedicated to students and community through teaching excellence and world More »

Remembering CBU’s Friend and Mentor: Purdy Crawford

Everyone at Cape Breton University is deeply saddened at the passing of friend and supporter, Mr. Purdy Crawford. Mr. Crawford has been associated with CBU since 2006 when, upon invitation of his friend Mr. Joe Shannon, he became an inaugural member of the Shannon School of Business Advisory Board. “… always the mentor, he particularly More »

CBU Chemistry Researcher Receives Industrial Funding Award

Dr. Matthias Bierenstiel, Associate Professor, Inorganic Chemistry at Cape Breton University was recently awarded $90,000 in applied research funding from the Mitacs Accelerate program and industry partner, B.W. BioEnergy Inc. (BioEnergy) of Sydney, NS. Dr. Bierenstiel’s research team will work with BioEnergy on this two-year project to explore how tree bark, a by-product of the company’s More »