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2014 Music Festival More Diverse

BRANDON, MB – More performances and more venues mean more opportunity to enjoy outstanding music at this year’s Clear Lake Chamber Music Festival, an annual celebration held on the August long weekend featuring internationally-accomplished musicians from Brandon University (BU). “We will be presenting the widest range of programming ever, since the Festival began in 2006,” […]

BU Researcher Going Places with Federal Award

BRANDON, MB – Can something be in two places at once? Dr. Sarah Plosker from Brandon University (BU) has been awarded a federal research grant to explore a long-standing theory which says yes. “The principle of quantum superposition suggests that subatomic particles can be literally two places at one time,” says Dr. Plosker, Department of […]

Prof Discovers Two Prehistoric Animals

BRANDON, MB – A researcher from Brandon University (BU) has played a pivotal role in discovering two new prehistoric mammals which roamed North America 52 million years ago. Dr. David Greenwood’s important finds have just been published as cover story in the July edition of the US-based Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. “This is very exciting,” […]

Outstanding Scholar Joins University as Dean

BRANDON, MB – A passionate writer, consummate educator and lifelong soccer devotee is joining Brandon University (BU) as the new Dean of Arts. Dr. Demetrios Tryphonopoulos is currently Assistant Dean of Graduate Studies and Professor of English at the University of New Brunswick (UNB), the oldest English language university in Canada and one of the […]

National Award for History Professor

BRANDON, MB – A history professor at Brandon University (BU) has been given a prestigious national award for her career efforts in women’s history, which include films, books, and work with the Canadian Human Rights Museum and the Canadian Museum of History. Dr. Rhonda Hinther captured the Marion Dewar Prize, presented by the National Capital […]

Stars Align for Community Star-Gazers

Upcoming Observatory Events Summer 2014 July 1 The Observatory, located atop one of the highest buildings in Brandon is a great spot to watch the annual Canada Day fireworks. Also see the rings of Saturn, the Moon, and deep space objects including star clusters and giant gas clouds called nebulae. August 10-13 The Perseid meteor […]

New Book Explores Aboriginal Health

BRANDON, MB – An internationally-recognized voice in Indigenous health and the law at Brandon University (BU) is launching a new book today; an historical examination of Canadian legal regimes and their negative impacts on the health of Aboriginal peoples. Dr. Yvonne Boyer, BU’s Canada Research Chair in Aboriginal Health and Wellness, has written Moving Aboriginal […]

Map Collection on the Move

BRANDON, MB – A collection with more than 10,000 high definition maps is being moved into the John E. Robbins Library at Brandon University (BU), allowing for greater public access. The John Langton Tyman Map Library contains atlases and topographic maps of Manitoba and Canada, as well as maps from around the world. It’s one […]

Invest in University with Score a Seat

BRANDON, MB – Brandon University (BU) supporters now have the unique opportunity to purchase their very own seat in the Richardson Gymnasium with Score a Seat, a new campaign launched today to raise the final dollars needed for the Healthy Living Centre (HLC). “I urge both individuals and businesses to consider joining me in supporting […]

The Art of Medicine Gifted to BU’s Faculty of Health Studies

BRANDON, MB – Brandon University’s Faculty of Health Studies was recently bolstered by the donation of one hundred copies of a new work authored by one of Canada’s most celebrated internists. Gifted to BU by Chancellor Emeritus, Ryerson University, G. Raymond Chang and Donette Chin-Loy Chang, Dr. Herbert Ho Ping Kong’s The Art of Medicine: […]