Brandon University’s Convocation 2023 kicked off with two ceremonies that featured grads in the Faculty of Science, School of Music, and Faculty of Education.
Kathleen Nichol, who retired in 2022 after more than 40 years at BU, is the recipient of the Sarah Shorten Award from the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT).
Brandon University’s work to be more environmentally sustainable have been recognized by the City of Brandon with a Green Business Award. The awards recognize and celebrate organizations that have taken the initiative to employ efforts in sustainability, water conservation, and waste diversion efforts.
Brandon University’s (BU’s) new Director of Admissions and Awards brings more than 10 years of experience in the post-secondary field to her new position.
Anna Frey will oversee the admissions process as well as the administration of scholarships and bursaries at BU. Born and raised in Saskatoon, Frey holds Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees.
Courtesy of the Brandon Sun.
By Kyle Darbyson
Brandon University graduate Whitney Hodgins has been named the first recipient of the new Jim and Ginette Munson Autism Leadership Award, after spending years raising awareness for Manitobans with disabilities.
The 27-year-old formally received this award during the eighth annual Canadian Autism Leadership Summit, an event that is run by the Canadian Autism Spectrum Disorder Alliance (CASDA) and officially wrapped up on Tuesday.
Brandon University (BU) Professor Dr. Christopher J. Schneider is being celebrated by the institution where he started his post-secondary journey.
Dr. Christopher Schneider of Brandon University’s Department of Sociology will receive a Distinguished Alumni Award from Harper College in Illinois.
Brandon University (BU) professor Dr. Patricia Harms has been named winner of the 2021 CALACS Book Prize by the Canadian Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, recognizing the most outstanding book from the previous year.
Ladina Social Activism in Guatemala City by Dr. Patricia Harms won the 2021 CALACS Book Prize.