BRANDON, MB – Brandon University is happy to receive $100,000 towards the funding of their “Building Welcoming Communities” project at the Rural Development Institute (RDI). The University will receive the money from Canada’s Rural Secretariat, Community Development Program, Building Rural and Northern Partnerships to conduct a study that will evaluate opportunities regarding immigration and how it relates to labour shortages.
BRANDON, MB – The Gender & Women’s Studies Program at Brandon University cordially invites the public and the press to attend the Queer History Colloquium on Wednesday, November 4, 2009. The event will be held in room 212 of Clark Hall.
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BRANDON, MB – The old adage that recruiting never ends seems true to the point for Bobcats women’s volleyball coach Lee Carter. BU is proud to announce the letter of intent signing of Chloe Reimer from Sanford, Manitoba.
BRANDON, MB – Pat Alvestad has been named the recipient of the of the President’s Award for the month of September 2009.
Before retiring from Brandon University on September 18, 2009, Pat Alvestad devoted 21 years to helping students, staff, and faculty move gracefully through the maze of rules, regulations, and processes.
BRANDON , MB – As part of their continued partnership, Assiniboine Community College (ACC) and Brandon University (BU) signed an articulation agreement today benefiting students in the Police Studies program and the Crime and Community program at each respective academic institution.
The agreement allows ACC Police Studies graduates credit for courses taken to go towards the three or four-year Bachelor of Arts, Crime and Community degree at BU. ACC will reciprocate this agreement by allowing BU graduates to transfer 18 credit hours towards the eight-month Police Studies certificate as well.
BRANDON, MB – The stars have been brought closer to Brandon, thanks to the university’s new telescope at the BU Astronomical Observatory.
The new 16″ (0.41m) telescope was made possible by an endowment from Dr. Viola Lobodowsky.
BRANDON, MB – Brandon University is proud to report that enrollment is up 3.8% for the 2009-10 academic year.
BU saw an increase of nearly one percent in full time students, and 10.5 per cent in part time students.
On October 24, join people all over the world to take a stand for a safe climate future.
WHEN: October 24, 1:30 pm
WHERE: Legislative Building, 450 Broadway Ave.
WEB PAGE: 350.org/350winnipeg350
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BRANDON, MB – The new $700,000 Micro Analytical Facility at Brandon University is up and running and has set its official opening for October 16 th, 2009 at 2:00 p.m. in the John R. Brodie Science Building.