The Program for the Education of Native Teachers, PENT, is an important contributor to Brandon University and the Faculty of Education. This unique program allows First Nations and Métis teaching assistants to come to Brandon University to earn their Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Education degrees during April through July for six spring/summers.
Month: August 2011
Monday, August 15, 2011
BRANDON, MB – The last four years have been quite a ride for Paul Sanderson. After a 15,000 kilometre journey from Melbourne, Australia to Brandon, Manitoba, Sanderson has accomplished what no other athlete in BU history has.
Now Sanderson is looking forward to making the jump to the pro ranks after signing a contract that will see him land in Switzerland this fall.
(This article first appeared in The Neepawa Banner on July 29, 2011)
Brandon, MB — Mark Williams was one of the more than 500 Brandon University (BU) students to cross the stage at the Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium in early June.
Like many others, this graduate from Neepawa was closing one chapter of his life, while another was just on the horizon.
(This article first appeared in The Souris Plaindealer on August 5, 2011)
Brandon, MB — Lori Gohl was one of the more than 500 Brandon University (BU) students to cross the stage at the Western Manitoba Centennial Auditorium in early June.
Like many others, this graduate from Souris was closing one chapter of her life, while another was just on the horizon.
Topic: MIXED METHODOLOGIES IN ACTION RESEARCH
Date: Saturday, October 15, 2011
Time: 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Monday, August 8, 2011
BRANDON, MB — The sixth annual Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival (CLCMF), under the artistic direction of concert pianist, Alexander Tselyakov, will run from Tuesday, August 23 to Sunday, August 28. This seven-concert Festival is an important part of Canada’s summer cultural calendar and in previous years, has entertained people of all ages.
Headlining the roster of top-notch guest artists is James Ehnes, whose international reputation precedes him and who makes his first appearance at the Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival.
Monday, August 8, 2011
Brandon, MB — For a second year, a six-concert series will showcase the talents of alumni — professional musicians who trained at Brandon University and now return to their alma mater to share their talents. Beginning this evening, the concert programmes will present a range of works, from the classical period to newly composed jazz pieces.