Pride and Prejudice Comes to the Boardmore Playhouse

Friday, January 24, 2014

Cape Breton University’s (CBU) Boardmore Playhouse will tell the story of Ms. Bennet and Mr. Darcy in an upcoming theatrical performance of Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. The production will run from January 28, 2014 until February 2, 2014.

CBU Faculty Members Attend Sundance

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Rubina (Ruby) Ramji , Associate Professor, Philosophy and Religious Studies is currently attending the Sundance Film Festival for the fourth time.  Working with The Journal of Religion and Fil

Cape Breton University Art Gallery Hosts 3nd Annual Community Exhibition

Thursday, January 16, 2014

The Cape Breton University (CBU) Art Gallery will kick off its 2014 exhibition year with the much-anticipated community show ProletariART: The People’s Art Exhibit opens  Friday, January

Celebrating Teaching and Learning Aboriginal Language and Culture in the BEd

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Pre-service Education students at Cape Breton University (CBU) will now have the choice to immerse themselves in the teaching and learning of Aboriginal language through the new Aboriginal Educatio

CBU Researchers Part of Team that Receives CIHR Grant Grounded in Two-Eyed Seeing

Monday, December 16, 2013

Two-Eyed Seeing, a guiding principle for transcultural work, was pioneered by Mi’kmaw Elders and researchers at Cape Breton University (CBU).  It emphasizes learning to recognize the best in each of the Indigenous and Western knowledges when a collaborative approach is used for science education and research, and it is the foundation of a national, priority, competitive research award by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).

Attention all Artists: CBU Art Gallery wants your Art!

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Cape Breton University Art Gallery is seeking submissions of artwork from community artists for the third annual ProletariART exhibition. Each year, the CBU Art Gallery invites the public to contribute works of art for ProletariART, a celebration of art made on Cape Breton Island. This exhibition provides an opportunity for Cape Breton art-makers, crafters and all-around-creative types to publicly share their creations from the past year.

“Each year we really look forward to seeing what our community has been working on, and it’s a wonderful opportunity for local artists to share and meet one another,” says CBU Gallery Director/Curator Laura Schneider. “It is really important to celebrate and encourage artistic activity in our community.”

CBU Students Head to Tulsa for Schlumberger Field Camp

Friday, December 6, 2013

Cape Breton University engineering technology students, Gordy Crowley and Travis Mulley, are two of 35 students in North America that have been accepted into Schlumberger Field Camp. Schlumberger is the largest oil field service company in the world.  The camp, which runs from December 16-20, is held in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and exposes trainees to real life situations in the oil service industry.

Annette Verschuren named one of the Top 10 Women in Sustainability

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Cape Breton University is pleased to congratulate its Chancellor Annette Verschuren on being named one of the Top 10 Women in Sustainability by the Corporate Knights: The Company for Clean Capitalism.

CBU Associate Professor of Accounting Named CA of the Year

Monday, December 2, 2013

Cape Breton University and the Shannon School of Business would like to congratulate Derrick Hayes, associate professor of accounting and department chair of financial & information management on winning the 2013 Ross L. Towler CA of the Year Award from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nova Scotia (ICANS).

Extended Library Hours During Exam Period

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

The Cape Breton University Library is pleased to inform you that for the exam period (Dec. 5- 13) the library will be open until 1 am. The 2nd floor will also be open for quiet study until 1 am. Library Services will continue to cease at 10pm as usual.

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