June 2016

CBU Prof Listed as Top 5 Most Cited

In the summer of 1994 when Dr. Peter MacIntyre began writing his article, Variables Underlying Willingness to Communicate: A Causal Analysis, he did not expect it to be referenced for over 20 years; and he definitely didn’t expect it to be ranked as one of the top five most cited articles in history of the More »

CBU Press to launch Living Treaties Book on National Aboriginal Day

CBU Press says this could be the most important book you read this year. Living Treaties: Narrating Mi’kmaw Treaty Relations, edited by respected educator and scholar Marie Battiste, will have its public launch on National Aboriginal Day (June 21) at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic. Living Treaties is a collection of articles focusing on More »

CBU Researcher Conducting Unique Housing Survey within the CBRM

People who are renting a place to live in the Cape Breton Regional Municipality may soon receive a mail survey from a researcher at Cape Breton University. Dr. Catherine Leviten-Reid, an associate professor in the Community Economic Development program within the Shannon School of Business, is conducting this research in partnership with a local non-profit More »