Dr. Sam Reimer speaks on tolerance in Canada at Public Lecture

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Dr. Sam Reimer speaks on tolerance in Canada at Public Lecture

On Tuesday March 10, members of the community gathered to attend the newest addition to the Crandall Public Lecture series. This lecture, titled “Are Christians REALLY Intolerant? Should they be?” was led by Crandall sociology professor Dr. Sam Reimer, who addressed the subject of tolerance and intolerance in Canada. More specifically, through this lecture, he […]

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COVID-19 Updates (Updated March 25, 2020)

Public statements and updates About COVID-19 Information for Students Latest Updates March 25, 2020 – Covid-19 Advisory Update Campus Closed The Crandall University campus remains closed to students and the public. The majority of faculty and staff are currently working from home, with minimal support staff on campus, who are adhering to the social distancing […]

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Honours Programs: The Value of a Thesis

Here at Crandall University, we are proud of the high level of academic achievement that our students strive for each and every day. Throughout our history, Crandall has sought to provide programs that enable students to challenge themselves to reach their fullest academic potential. As such, undergraduate students in nearly every department have the option […]

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Crandall University launches new graduate program

Moncton – The Crandall University Senate has recently approved a new graduate program: a Master’s degree in Management. Master of Management The Master of Management (MM) is a two-year, 36-credit hour program designed to provide business training and experience to university graduates who have completed an undergraduate degree in nearly any discipline and who looking […]

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History Society Marks Black History Month with Public Lecture

Crandall’s student History Society hosted a public lecture on February 13, 2020 to mark Black History Month. Dr. Stefanie Hunt-Kennedy, Associate Professor of History at the University of New Brunswick, gave a talk on “Disability and Slavery in the Caribbean: The Middle Passage, the Market, and the Plantation,” based on her forthcoming book, Between Fitness […]

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First Year Student Perspectives

As all who have made the leap from high school to post-secondary education know, university is an exciting chapter in an individual’s educational career. The transition from high school to university brings with it many new and unexplored opportunities, such as moving away from home and developing relationships with individuals from diverse backgrounds and cultures. […]

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Crandall welcomes new faculty member for International Academic Programs

International Academic Programs at Crandall University are continuing to grow, and Crandall is pleased to announce Dr. Dieu Hack-Polay as the newest member of the faculty to teach in these programs. Dr. Hack-Polay brings with him a wealth of education and experience, including Doctorates in Education (University of Lincoln, UK) and Sociology (University of Surrey, […]

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Chargers Announce New Men’s Soccer Head Coach

Crandall University is pleased to announce Damian Dyke as the new Head Coach of the Chargers Men’s Soccer team. Damian graduated with a B.A. in International Business from Concordia University, where he was awarded a soccer scholarship and played for the Cavaliers. Damian comes to Crandall with over 25 years of competitive coaching experience.  In […]

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First Cohort of International Students Celebrate Completion of Master’s Program

“Two years ago, our lives were all very different,” said Dr. Dannie Brown from the Brinton Auditorium stage on Tuesday evening. One year ago, the students sitting in the front rows of the auditorium arrived in Canada to begin work on their Master of Organizational Management at Crandall University, and on this evening they were […]

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Crandall Theatre presents a classic Christmas tale

Crandall Theatre, the passionate and talented student-led organization that has brought such hits as The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe and Peter and The Starcatcher to the stage is back again, this time with a fan favourite: the Radio Play by Philip Grecian based on the classic Frank Capra film, It’s a Wonderful Life. […]

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