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Faculty & Staff

Employee Engagement Survey Results

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  1. Shawn Bethke

    Dean of the Library & Multicultural Learning,
    Library

    563.1698

    Office: L-138-C

  2. Matthias Bierenstiel (1)

    Matthias Bierenstiel

    Associate Professor, Inorganic Chemistry / Dept. Chair,
    Chemistry, School of Science & Technology

    902.563.1391 (office) ext 1979 (lab)

    http://www.bierenstiel.com
    Office: TC119 (office) A-209 (lab)

    Dr. Matthias Bierenstiel’s fundamental research interest is the synthesis and analysis of new transition metal complexes containing two metal centres. These binuclear complexes can exhibit metal-metal synergy and metal-ligand hemilability for improvements in catalysis and for the use as biomimetic enzyme models. A series of metal complexes has been found to possess antimicrobial properties and More »

  3. Jennifer Billard

    Student Life and Community Engagement Coordinator,
    Athletics

    902-563-1279

    Office: AC216

  4. Patricia McComb Boone

    Data Analysis/Logistics Coordinator,
    Registrar's Office

    902.563.1165

    Office: B104-D

  5. Allison Boudreau

    Enrolment Services Professional,
    Enrolment Services

    902-563-1330

    Enrolment Services

  6. Tanya Brann-Barrett (2)

    Tanya Brann-Barrett

    Dean of Research, Teaching & Graduate Studies and Associate Professor of Communication,
    Research and Graduate Studies

    902.563.1843

    http://faculty.cbu.ca/communication/barrett.htm
    Office: B-212

    Dr. Tanya Brann-Barrett is the Dean of Research, Teaching and Graduate Studies. She currently holds a SSHRC Standard Research Grant for her research project titled “The Learning Significance of Place-based and Virtual Communication Networks in How Young People Living in Disadvantaged Regions Experience Civic Engagement”. The study examines ways older youth living in small post-industrial More »

  7. Debbie Brennick

    Assistant Professor of Nursing,
    Nursing, School of Professional Studies

    902.563.1960

    Office: A132B

    Debbie Brennick is an Assistant Professor of Nursing. She received her BScN from St. Francis Xavier University her MN from Memorial University Newfoundland and is a RN. Her areas of interest include: Critical care nursing; ICU; Emergency; Medical/Surgical related to drug abuse, and risk/protective factors of youth related to drug abuse.  

  8. Allen Britten

    Professor, Chemistry,
    Chemistry, School of Science & Technology

    902.563.1241

    Office: TC103

    Dr. Allen Britten is a Professor of Analytical Chemistry and former Dean of Science. He received his PhD from the University of Waterloo. Dr. Britten was awarded the CBU Alumni Association Excellence in Teaching Award in 2015; was inducted into the Science Atlantic Members Hall of Fame as an Outstanding Contributing Member in 2015; awarded More »

  9. Lee-Anne Broadhead

    Professor of Political Science / Dept. Chair, Communities & Connections (Student Affairs),
    Communities & Connections, School of Arts and Social Sciences

    902.563.1626

    Office: CC256

    Dr. Lee-Anne Broadhead teaches courses in the areas of international relations, environmental politics and political theory. She is the author of International Environmental Politics: The Limits of Green Diplomacy and has published widely on peace and security issues, the role of science and society and the social and political consequences of globalization in such journals More »

  10. Ian Brodie (1)

    Ian Brodie

    Associate Professor, Folklore,
    Cultural & Creative Studies, Folklore and Ethnomusicology, School of Arts and Social Sciences

    563.1418

    Office: CE263C

    Ian is an Associate Professor in Folkore. He earned his BA at St. Thomas University and his MA and PhD from Memorial University of Newfoundland. He has served as President of the Folklore Studies Association of Canada and is the newly appointed editor of Contemporary Legend, the journal of the International Society for Contemporary Legend More »