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Faculty & Staff

Employee Engagement Survey Results

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  1. Edwenna Campbell

    Assistant, Jennifer Keeping Centre,
    Jennifer Keeping Centre, Student Affairs

    902.563.1208

    Office: B101

  2. Mary Campbell

    Library Technician, Document Delivery,
    Library

    902.563.1995

    Office: Library

  3. Melissa Campbell

    Office Manager, LearnCorp International,
    LearnCorp International

    902-563-1950

    Office: T-11

  4. Robert Campbell

    Professor, Management,
    Financial and Information Management, MBA (CED), Shannon School of Business

    902.563.1683

    Office: SB223

    Dr. Campbell has a PhD in sociology from the University of Waterloo and a MSc in library and information science from Drexel University. He teaches courses in change management, leadership, and organizational behavior in the MBA program in community economic development. His research interests include intellectual property, knowledge management, and social leadership.

  5. Teena Campbell


    Experiential Studies in Community and Sport

    Teena Campbell, M.Ed. Sport Administration Dept. of Experiential Studies in Community and Sport Office: B-268-C Email: teena_campbell@cbu.ca Phone: 902-563-1452

  6. Debbie Cantwell

    Nursing Practice Educator,
    Nursing, School of Professional Studies

    902.563.1655

    Office: A231J

    Debbie Cantwell is a Nursing Practice Educator. She received her BScN from St. Francis Xavier and is a Registered Nurse. Her areas of interest include: Obstetrical Nursing, Community Nursing and Long Term Care.

  7. Geraldine Carlin

    Lecturer, Psychology,
    Psychology, School of Science & Technology

    902-563-1237

    Office: B-221-C

    Geraldine has a BSc in Biology and an MA in Applied Social Psychology. She teaches Introductory, Health, Developmental, Physiological, Community, and Social Psychology.

  8. Geoffrey Carre

    Assistant Professor, Psychology / Dept. Chair,
    Psychology, School of Science & Technology

    563.1451

    Office: B-221-H

    Dr. Geoff Carre teaches Introductory Learning, Drugs and Behaviour, Physiological Psychology, and Neurobiology. His research areas and interests include Cognitive Neuroscience (arousal systems of the brain, mirror neurons and motor learning, visual capture), Health Psychology (internet use for health information, primary care, drug use), and Conservation Psychology.

  9. Dale Caume

    Part-time Instructor,
    Communication & Languages, School of Arts and Social Sciences


  10. CBU Early Childcare Centre



    Office: 563-1811