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Employee Engagement Survey Results

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  1. Debbie Brennick

    Assistant Professor of Nursing,
    Nursing, School of Professional Studies

    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.  

  2. Allen Britten

    Professor, Chemistry,
    Chemistry, School of Science & Technology

    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 »

  3. Lee-Anne Broadhead

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

    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 »

  4. Ian Brodie

    Ian Brodie

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

    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 »

  5. Dannie Brown

    Associate Professor,
    Organizational Management, Shannon School of Business

    Dannie Brown
    Associate Professor
    Organizational Management, Shannon School of Business
    902.563.1645

    Office: SB125

    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 »

  6. Keith Brown

    Professor of Marketing,
    Organizational Management, Shannon School of Business

    Professor of Marketing
    Organizational Management, Shannon School of Business

    Keith Brown is a Professor within the Shannon School of Business. He earned his BBA from St. Francis Xavier University, his BBEd from Saint Mary’s University, his MBA from City University, and his PhD from Bradford University. Dr. Brown specializes in marketing.

  7. Kenneth Bryson

    Professor Emeritus,
    Cultural & Creative Studies, School of Arts and Social Sciences

    Kenneth Bryson
    Professor Emeritus
    Cultural & Creative Studies, School of Arts and Social Sciences
    902.563.1938

    http://www.brill.com/par
    Office: CC-230

    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 »

  8. Emily Budden

    Assistant Professor, Nursing,
    Nursing, School of Professional Studies

    Emily Budden
    Assistant Professor, Nursing
    Nursing, School of Professional Studies
    902-563-1438

    Office: A-231-B

  9. Jennifer Burke

    Part-time Instructor,
    Communities & Connections, School of Arts and Social Sciences

    Jennifer Burke
    Part-time Instructor
    Communities & Connections, School of Arts and Social Sciences

  10. Sylvia Burrow

    Associate Professor, Philosophy and Religious Studies,
    Cultural & Creative Studies, School of Arts and Social Sciences

    Sylvia Burrow
    Associate Professor, Philosophy and Religious Studies
    Cultural & Creative Studies, School of Arts and Social Sciences
    902.563.1187

    http://faculty.cbu.ca/sburrow
    Office: CC-270

    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.