Education Department Launches French Immersion Certificate

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Education Department Launches French Immersion Certificate

Moncton – With growing needs in New Brunswick’s public school system for teachers – particularly in French Immersion classrooms – Crandall University has launched a new French Immersion Education Certificate program to better prepare teachers to meet the needs of French Immersion students. The certificate comprises three courses and can be taken as part of […]

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2019 Crandall Faculty Awards

On Friday evening, four of Crandall’s faculty members were presented with awards for excellence in teaching, service, and research. The Stephen & Ella Steeves Awards provide the opportunity each year to celebrate the contributions of the faculty to their respective fields and to the university’s mission of Transforming lives through quality university education firmly rooted […]

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Dr. Ted Newell releases book on the history of education from a Christian perspective

Dr. Ted Newell of Crandall’s Education department, has released a new book discussing the history of education from a Christian perspective. Education: A Student’s Guide, is part of the series, “Reclaiming the Christian Intellectual Tradition,” edited by David S. Dockery, and shows how exploring Christian thinking about education throughout history can equip educators today to […]

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Crandall University signs articulation agreement with College of Business Studies in Nicosia, Cyprus.

Moncton – Crandall University (CU) is pleased to announce the signing of an articulation agreement with the College of Business Studies (CBS) in Nicosia, Cyprus. This agreement would see students at CBS complete the first two years of a four-year International Bachelor of Commerce (IBCom) degree in Cyprus and the last two years at CU. […]

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2018 Holiday Hours

Crandall University’s Christmas break runs from December 24, 2018 at noon until January 1, 2019. All campus facilities will be closed during that time, to reopen at 8:30am on January 2, 2019. Classes resume for the winter semester on January 7, 2019. Student Services The Registrar’s Office will reopen on January 2, 2019 at 8:30am […]

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Crandall University receives $150,000 grant to bolster international efforts

Moncton – Crandall University has been selected as a recipient of a $150,000 grant for the development of programs and resources to attract more international students to Atlantic Canada. The grant is provided by Stronger Philanthropy, a collaborative giving circle of major private donors and foundations which seek to enable significant investment into innovation for […]

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Professional Programs Welcoming Newcomers

In addition to the growing number of international students at Crandall across our programs, the growth in the number of Newcomers to Canada in our Organizational Management programs has been astounding! Dr. Roger Russell, Dean of Professional Programs, stated, “we are so thrilled with the opportunity to assist Newcomers in establishing themselves while providing an […]

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Over $5,000 raised in Giving Tuesday event

Crandall University project raises money to provide winter coats to incoming international students. Winter Coats for International Students Giving Tuesday is celebrated annually as a way to cap off one of the biggest shopping weekends of the year, which begins the day after the American Thanksgiving holiday, and includes Black Friday and Cyber Monday. For […]

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Education Students Host Human Library

In order to challenge people’s stereotypes, preconceptions, and prejudices, Crandall University students from Dr. Wendy Bokhorst-Heng’s ‘Diversity and Multiculturalism in Education’ course hosted a Human Library on October 25. Community Awareness A Human Library is a way for people to connect with individuals in their community that they might not normally engage with. The ‘books’ […]

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Crandall Faculty Research Updates

Beyond the classroom lectures, grading of papers, and office hours, Crandall University faculty spend a great deal of time actively contributing towards the further development of their respective fields of expertise. From research papers and books, interviews and speaking engagements, our professors’ work extends beyond the classroom and out into the world at large. This […]

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