Over $5,000 raised in Giving Tuesday event

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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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Don Simmonds reappointed as Chancellor of Crandall University

At a recent meeting of the Board of Governors, Mr. Donald E. Simmonds was unanimously reappointed to a second 4-year term as Chancellor. As the ceremonial head of the University, Simmonds serves as an ambassador and advisor and presides over the annual Convocation ceremonies. Mr. Simmonds is known as a “serial entrepreneur”, having been involved […]

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Crandall Signs MOU with HEMS

Crandall University is pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding with HEMS (Helping, Encouraging, Mentoring, Serving), a support group for homeschooling families in Nova Scotia. This MOU will provide entrance and scholarship opportunities for homeschool students associated with HEMS to continue their education at Crandall University. Based out of the Halifax Regional […]

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Business Professor Named Associate Editor of International Journal

MONCTON, NB – The Crandall University Faculty of Business Administration is pleased to announce that Management Professor Robert A. MacDonald, holder of the Stephen S. Steeves Chair in Business Administration, has been named as Associate Editor of the Case Research Journal (CRJ), a publication of the North American Case Research Association (NACRA). The CRJ is […]

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New Minors available in Chemistry and Environmental Studies

New for the 2018-2019 academic year, the Crandall Science department is launching two new minors. For students interested in expanding their knowledge and understanding of scientific matters, students may now choose to minor in Environmental Studies or Chemistry. Environmental Studies Minor The Environmental Studies Minor has been designed as a program for non-Science students to […]

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Crandall Appoints Dean of Professional Programs

In Crandall’s continuing effort to provide the highest quality programs to our students, it occasionally becomes necessary to update the way that those programs are administered. Thus we are excited to announce Dr. Roger Russell as Dean of Professional Programs at Crandall University. Dr. Russell has served CU for the past 12 years as Director […]

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Dr. Dannie Brown Returns to Crandall Faculty

As Crandall continues to seek out ways to better serve our students and to provide programs that meet the needs of our growing community, we are pleased to announce our new Associate Professor of Commerce and Dean of International Academic Programs: Dr. Dannie Brown. Dr. Brown most recently served as an Associate Professor of Organizational […]

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Over $25,000 raised at Crandall University Golf Classic

The 14th annual Crandall University Golf Classic was held on Thursday, June 14th at Royal Oaks Golf Club. 89 golfers braved the wind and rain to come out in a show of support for Crandall’s Chargers Athletics scholarships, programs, and initiatives. Sadly, the game came to an early end due to weather, but the players […]

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