Save up to 40 per cent off of most regular priced merchandise!
Starting Wednesday, July 2 through July 23 the CBU Bookstore will be offering savings of up to 40 per cent off regular pricing on most merchandise and supplies in the store. Take advantage of this great opportunity to purchase a wide variety of CBU crested clothing and giftware, and to stock up on departmental supplies for the coming year.
Recent Cape Breton University Bachelor of Education graduates Anju Virick and Megan MacLeod were recognized with the “Best Poster Presentation” award at the 2014 Canadian International Conference on Education (CICE). The annual conference was held at CBU from June 16-19, 2014. Anju and Megan worked on their presentation under the supervision of Associate Professor of Chemistry Dr. Matthias Bierenstiel and Assistant Professor of Education Dr. Maureen Finlayson.
Voices for Change, a theatrical call to action to end violence against women in Cape Breton, will take the stage from June 26-28, 2014 at the New Dawn Centre for Social Innovation. Voices for Change is described as a powerful piece of theatre that tackles a difficult topic with truth, beauty and heart. Shows start at 7 p.m. and will be followed by a community discussion.
In his keynote address to the Canada International Conference on Education (CICE-2014) at Cape Breton University, CBU president Dr. David Wheeler will make an appeal for “fundamental reform” of the University sector across Canada if it is to maintain international competitiveness and help create the conditions needed for a better world.
Michelle Watson of East Gore, NS, has been recognized by the ALS Society of Canada with the Young Leaders of Tomorrow Award. Michelle is currently a Bachelor of Science Nursing student at Cape Breton University and will begin her third year in September.
A new exhibition opens for the summer season at the Cape Breton University Art Gallery. Doing Our Own Thing: Back-to-the-Land in Eastern Canada during the 1970s examines the histories and legacies of the back-to-the-land movement of the 1970s.
Building on its strength in Aboriginal post-secondary education, today Cape Breton University (CBU) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Listuguj Education Directorate that will allow for the delivery of CBU’s Bachelor of Arts Community Studies (BACS) degree program in Listuguj First Nation, Que. This is the first time that CBU will offer programming in a First Nation community outside of Nova Scotia. Currently, CBU delivers programming in First Nation communities’ province wide.