Month: July 2017

Brandon University (BU) is a significant economic driver of the city and is responsible for more than $417 million in economic activity in Brandon and Westman every year, according to a new BU study, which also found that the university created 927 jobs in the province.
“It is impossible to calculate the full impact that BU has on our city’s social and cultural scene,” says Dr. Steve Robinson, BU’s incoming Interim President.

Brandon University (BU) is moving forward with the next phase of its ambitious and transformative downtown initiative, and will solicit public input into a detailed concept for the future development.
The University has nearly completed the complex process of assembling seven separate properties into a single contiguous parcel and has engaged an experienced external expert team to assist in leading the consultation and planning required to develop the full concept plan.

Brandon University’s (BU’s) new Acting Vice-President (Academic & Provost) is a familiar face whose wealth of experience and institutional knowledge will continue to support BU’s many ongoing academic initiatives.
Dr. Meir Serfaty has been appointed to the key leadership position for a one-year term.

BRANDON, Man. — Early application and registration numbers for the 2017–18 academic year show strong continued growth in enrolment is expected at Brandon University (BU).
“The numbers are excellent, with healthy increases in applications, admissions and new-student registrations at Brandon University,” said University Registrar Andrea McDaniel.

BRANDON, Man. – This month’s Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival will feature a lineup of renowned musicians and a very special guest who is better known for a different forte.
Brandon University (BU) President and Vice-Chancellor Gervan Fearon will join Dean of Music Greg Gatien and a group of current and former BU Music students to play a jazz concert as part of the five-day festival.