Upcoming Events

#SciLit17: Celebrating Science Literacy Week @CBU

Island WISE and the CBU Library present #SciLit17 Sept 18-22, 2017. Join us in the Library for events, contests and prizes throughout the week! Sept 18 @CBU Library 10am: Coming Out Stories, Narratives by 2 Spirits with @tumayoung and @sylliboyJohnR. 11:30am – 12:30pm: CBU President @dalekeefe will be giving a talk on Chemophobia. Sept 20 More »

Respectful Campus Week

Join us at the Purple Wall and online during the week of September 18 – 22, to learn what makes a safe campus and how you play a vital role in that. Community safety is everyone’s responsibility!

Sabbatical Sessions: Erin Roberston – “What’s in a word? Predictors of children’s reading development”

  Join Erin Robertson (Associate Professor, Psychology) for her sabbatical presentation taking place Friday, September 22 from 12:00 p.m – 1:00 p.m in CS 101. Her presentation is titled “What’s in a word? Predictors of children’s reading development”. Refreshments will be provided. Download the full list list of sabbatical talks for the fall of 2017. Location: CS101

From Tragedy to Triumph

From Tragedy to Triumph The Sustainability Project Tuesday, September 26th, Noon Board of Governors Conference Rm, CE339 Please RSVP to terry_gibbs@cbu.ca Chris Adam is a dynamic educator who has been recognized nationally and internationally for designing and implementing environmental and sustainability-related programs.  He directs the sustainability & Living Campus initiative at Dawson College in Montreal, More »

Viola Desmond’s Canada

Dr. Graham Reynolds is offering a 3-credit history course that focuses on the life and times of Viola Desmond, Canada’s civil rights icon and pioneer Black businesswoman. In addition to regular on-campus classes, the course features the following three live Facebook events, which teachers, students and the general public may take part in: September 26, “The Story within a More »

Canadian Catholic Student Association Conference

November 3 – 5, 2017 Chaplaincy Department, Cape Breton University Location: Hosted at Gaelic College, 51779 Cabot Trail, N.S. B0E 1B0 Please see CCSA Conference pdf for more details Registration