Learning & Development

The Learning & Development Office puts faculty and staff in touch with various resources and developmental opportunities in support of continued professional growth – whether it be in the classroom, the office, or the community.

Coming this winter…

  • Virtual Book Club

    In January through to March, Cree Knowledge Keeper Susie McPherson-Derendy will lead a series of five virtual learning circles as we reflect on the book, Speaking My Truth – Reflections on Reconciliation & Residential Schools. Full details.

    • Working @ BU Virtual Series

      Throughout the Winter 2021 term, the Working at BU Series offers a number of in-person, virtual presentations and discussion that connects faculty and staff with various campus resources available in support of the work we do at BU. Full details.

    • The Working Mind (TWM)
      The Working Mind Program from Mental Health Commission of Canada

      The Working Mind (TWM) is an evidence-based program designed to promote mental health and reduce the stigma around mental illness in the workplace. By reducing stigma and discrimination, TWM helps organizations create a culture that fosters greater awareness and support for mental health among employees, managers and employers.

      BU Managers interested in organizing a virtual TWM offering for their department or team, please contact Erica at browne@brandonu.ca

    Resources & Links of Interest

    This information is available in alternate formats upon request.
    Contact Erica Brown at browne@brandonu.ca.