CMU Announces its 2015 Leadership Scholarship Winners CMU Announces its 2015 Leadership Scholarship Winners

CMU Announces its 2015 Leadership Scholarship Winners

CMU is pleased to announce the recipients of its Leadership Scholarships: Naomi Klassen, a graduate of Calvin Christian Collegiate; Allegra Friesen-Epp, a Westgate Mennonite Collegiate graduate; Makoy Penner, a graduate of Dakota Collegiate; all three from Winnipeg; and Jenny Lopez,… [More]

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Artwork honouring CMU professor’s contribution to Hutterite community unveiled Artwork honouring CMU professor’s contribution to Hutterite community unveiled

Artwork honouring CMU professor’s contribution to Hutterite community unveiled

Hutterites thank John J. Friesen for teaching numerous courses over 14 years Canadian Mennonite University President Cheryl Pauls and representatives from southern Manitoba’s Hutterite community unveiled a new artwork honouring a CMU professor last week. Unveiled on Wednesday, June 3… [More]

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Diverse new book explores peacebuilding around the world Diverse new book explores peacebuilding around the world

Diverse new book explores peacebuilding around the world

CMU to host launch of ‘Voices of Harmony & Dissent’ on Tuesday, June 16 A new book arising from Canadian Mennonite University’s (CMU) Canadian School of Peacebuilding (CSOP) explores the stories, theory, and tools of 16 peace leaders, trainers, and… [More]

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CMU/MSC-affiliated research project awarded $2.6M CMU/MSC-affiliated research project awarded $2.6M

CMU/MSC-affiliated research project awarded $2.6M

Canadian universities and project partners awarded $2.6M in funding from the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and the Government of Canada’s Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada (DFATD). Principal investigators are Dr. Pashupati Chaudhary from Local Initiatives for Biodiversity, Research… [More]

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CMU Announces its 2015 Leadership Scholarship Winners

CMU Announces its 2015 Leadership Scholarship Winners

CMU is pleased to announce the recipients of its Leadership Scholarships: Naomi Klassen, a graduate of Calvin Christian Collegiate; Allegra Friesen-Epp, a Westgate Mennonite Collegiate graduate; Makoy Penner, a graduate of Dakota Collegiate; all three from Winnipeg; and Jenny Lopez,… [More]

Jun 22, 2015 17:11

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Stefan Kliewer – Outtatown South Africa Site 2 Leader (2011-2012)

Stefan Kliewer – Outtatown South Africa Site 2 Leader (2011-2012)

Stefan Kliewer (far left in photo) Outtatown South Africa Site 2 Leader Interview Date: April 13, 2012 In this interview, Stefan shares with David Balzer – host of Sunday@CMU Radio, insights into the value of an OT experience and muses about what… [More]

Jun 25, 2012 12:21

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CMU prof completes unfinished book by mentor, friend

CMU prof completes unfinished book by mentor, friend

Paul Doerksen’s latest book is one he hoped he would never have to work on. Doerksen, Associate Professor of Theology and Anabaptist Studies at Canadian Mennonite University (CMU), is the editor of Toward an Anabaptist Political Theology: Law, Order, and Civil Society…. [More]

May 27, 2015 13:18

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CMU Announces its 2015 Leadership Scholarship Winners

CMU Announces its 2015 Leadership Scholarship Winners

CMU is pleased to announce the recipients of its Leadership Scholarships: Naomi Klassen, a graduate of Calvin Christian Collegiate; Allegra Friesen-Epp, a Westgate Mennonite Collegiate graduate; Makoy Penner, a graduate of Dakota Collegiate; all three from Winnipeg; and Jenny Lopez,… [More]

Artwork honouring CMU professor’s contribution to Hutterite community unveiled

Artwork honouring CMU professor’s contribution to Hutterite community unveiled

Hutterites thank John J. Friesen for teaching numerous courses over 14 years Canadian Mennonite University President Cheryl Pauls and representatives from southern Manitoba’s Hutterite community unveiled a new artwork honouring a CMU professor last week. Unveiled on Wednesday, June 3… [More]

Diverse new book explores peacebuilding around the world

Diverse new book explores peacebuilding around the world

CMU to host launch of ‘Voices of Harmony & Dissent’ on Tuesday, June 16 A new book arising from Canadian Mennonite University’s (CMU) Canadian School of Peacebuilding (CSOP) explores the stories, theory, and tools of 16 peace leaders, trainers, and… [More]

CMU/MSC-affiliated research project awarded $2.6M

CMU/MSC-affiliated research project awarded $2.6M

Canadian universities and project partners awarded $2.6M in funding from the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and the Government of Canada’s Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada (DFATD). Principal investigators are Dr. Pashupati Chaudhary from Local Initiatives for Biodiversity, Research… [More]

Former CMBC president Henry Poettcker, 90, dies

Former CMBC president Henry Poettcker, 90, dies

Colleagues remember gifted scholar, administrator who exemplified servant-leadership Immigrant farm boy, hard and confident worker, team builder, family man, devout Christian—Henry Poettcker was all those things and more. Poettcker, who served as president of Canadian Mennonite Bible College (CMBC), one… [More]

CMU prof completes unfinished book by mentor, friend

CMU prof completes unfinished book by mentor, friend

Paul Doerksen’s latest book is one he hoped he would never have to work on. Doerksen, Associate Professor of Theology and Anabaptist Studies at Canadian Mennonite University (CMU), is the editor of Toward an Anabaptist Political Theology: Law, Order, and Civil Society…. [More]

Graduates receive award from CMU president

Graduates receive award from CMU president

Rebecca Klassen-Wiebe and Mike Wiebe take home President’s Medals for scholarship, leadership, and service Rebecca Klassen-Wiebe and Mike Wiebe are the 2015 recipients of Canadian Mennonite University’s (CMU) President’s Medals. CMU President Cheryl Pauls awarded the medals during CMU’s 2015… [More]

CMU to host reading by acclaimed author, university professor

CMU to host reading by acclaimed author, university professor

David Waltner-Toews to read from The Origin of Feces Canadian Mennonite University is pleased to host a reading by acclaimed author Dr. David Waltner-Toews. Waltner-Toews will read from his most recent book, The Origin of Feces: What Excrement Tells Us… [More]

Applying business principles in the non-profit sector

Applying business principles in the non-profit sector

Katie Daman had the opportunity to apply business skills in a non-profit setting during her practicum with Canadian Mennonite University (CMU). Daman, who graduated from CMU’s Redekop School of Business with a Bachelor of Business Administration in April 2015, completed… [More]

2015’s Graduation Service (video)

2015’s Graduation Service (video)