Dr. Brown received his B.Ed. (Business Education), M.Ed. (Vocational Education), and M.B.A. (Management) from UNB in Fredericton, New Brunswick and his D.B.A. (Management) from Anderson University in Anderson, IN. He began his teaching career in Manitoba at the high school level before moving to postsecondary education where he taught at Crandall University and UNB before More »
Dr. Ken Bryson is a Professor Emeritus. He received his B.A. from Saint Pat’s College, his B.Ph from Saint Paul University, his M.A. from the University of Ottawa, his L.Ph from St. Paul University, and his Ph.D. from the University of Ottawa. He is Editor, Philosophy and Religion sub-series. Rodopi. Brill Publishers. PAR website – More »
Degrees MN (2017), Dalhousie University BScN (2015), Cape Breton University Clinical and Academic Background My clinical background is emergency nursing. As a staff nurse, I have worked primarily in the emergency department at the Cape Breton Regional Hospital where I have taken advantage of many opportunities to advance my clinical learning and leadership by attending More »
Sylvia Burrow is Associate Professor of Philosophy with a BA (Hons) from Dalhousie University, MA from University of Alberta, and PhD from Western. Current research addresses autonomy and integrity within the context of living a moral life and making moral progress.
Stephen Butler is an Instructor of Engineering. He received his BSc from Dalhousie University, his PEng from Nova Scotia and his BEng from the Technical University Nova Scotia.
Trevor is working with the Yava Technologies Inc. project at the Vershuren Centre.
Bettina Callary is an Associate Professor, Sport & Physical Activity Leadership and Community Studies. She received her BSc, MA, and PhD from the University of Ottawa in Human Kinetics. Her current research interests include lifelong learning and coach education. Bettina is also an alpine ski coach and coach education learning facilitator and completed her high More »