Starting this fall, all Brandon University undergraduate degrees will include Indigenous content. The new requirement, which was approved by the BU Senate earlier this year, adds a minimum of three credit hours of approved Indigenous content to any BU undergraduate degree.
Brandon University’s Convocation 2023 concluded today with ceremonies that focused on student achievement. Grads from the Faculty of Health Studies and the Faculty of Arts crossed the stage and received their degrees, following ceremonies yesterday that celebrated grads in the Faculty of Science, School of Music, and Faculty of Education.
Opening Reception: Wednesday, May 31 from 3:30–4:30 p.m.
On June 20, 1923, seven young women graduated with a diploma in Mental Nursing from the Brandon Mental Hospital.
WINNIPEG – Bright, airy, and well-lit spaces, filled with high-tech equipment help support an expanded class of psychiatric nursing students at Brandon University’s campus in Winnipeg.
In fact, 50 per cent more students than before are already using the space, thanks to renovations over the past year and new funding from the province.
A new short film that celebrates creativity, joy, playfulness, community, and connection — for people living with dementia and their carers — will make its Brandon debut next week.
Brandon University has announced a pair of leadership updates for the coming year.
Dr. Linda Ross
The BU Board of Governors recently approved the extension of Dr. Linda Ross’ term as Acting Dean of the Faculty of Health Studies through to June 2025.
Brandon University’s (BU’s) international students drew thousands of views from around the world with the latest stories of their journeys to Canada.
The latest Destination:BU video challenge has concluded with six international students from Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and Central America sharing short social-media style videos of their trips to Brandon.
The Brandon University (BU) community is mourning the passing of John C. B. English, on Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022 at the age of 85.
English joined BU in 1987 as a faculty member in the post-diploma Bachelor of Science in Mental Health (BScMH) program and served the University until his retirement in 2005.
On the final day of Brandon University’s expanded Convocation 2022, this year’s graduates from the Faculties of Health Studies and Arts officially received their degrees. Convocation also welcome back graduates from 2021 and 2020 to a long-delayed in-person celebration.
Brandon University returns to an in-person Convocation this week with one of its largest graduating classes ever.
A total of 641 students will receive their degrees at Spring Convocation 2022, a two-day celebration of academic achievement with four separate ceremonies.