Canadian Mennonite University to present Jean Vanier with inaugural CMU PAX Award Canadian Mennonite University to present Jean Vanier with inaugural CMU PAX Award

Canadian Mennonite University to present Jean Vanier with inaugural CMU PAX Award

L’Arche founder honoured for leading exemplary life of service, leadership, and reconciliation Canadian Mennonite University will present its inaugural CMU PAX Award to Jean Vanier. Vanier is founder of L’Arche, an international federation of communities for people with developmental disabilities… [More]

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Menno Simons College hosts insight mediation workshop Menno Simons College hosts insight mediation workshop

Menno Simons College hosts insight mediation workshop

Addressing the complexity of conflict The workshop “Practicing Insight Mediation: Helping Conflicting Parties Make Wise Decisions” will be led by Dr. Cheryl Picard, professor emeritus at Carleton University and principle of Cheryl Picard & Associates. The workshop will take place… [More]

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Muslim scholar to speak at Canadian Mennonite University Muslim scholar to speak at Canadian Mennonite University

Muslim scholar to speak at Canadian Mennonite University

Dr. Mohammad Ali Shomali of Qom, Iran to deliver lecture titled, “Characteristics of Shi’a Islam” Dr. Mohammad Ali Shomali, Founding Director of the International Institute for Islamic Studies (IIIS) in Qom, Iran, will give a lecture titled, “Characteristics of Shi’a… [More]

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Upcoming lecture to explore the animal kingdom in Canadian Mennonite history Upcoming lecture to explore the animal kingdom in Canadian Mennonite history

Upcoming lecture to explore the animal kingdom in Canadian Mennonite history

Dr. Royden Loewen to deliver 2015 John and Margaret Friesen Lecture at CMU The 2015 edition of the John and Margaret Friesen Lectures at Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) will explore how Mennonites have imagined the animal kingdom over the last… [More]

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Canadian Mennonite University to present Jean Vanier with inaugural CMU PAX Award

Canadian Mennonite University to present Jean Vanier with inaugural CMU PAX Award

L’Arche founder honoured for leading exemplary life of service, leadership, and reconciliation Canadian Mennonite University will present its inaugural CMU PAX Award to Jean Vanier. Vanier is founder of L’Arche, an international federation of communities for people with developmental disabilities… [More]

Mar 30, 2015 8:51

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To Sow the Wind: An Argument Against the War on Terror and Other Bad Ideas by Rev. Dr. Widdicombe (video)

To Sow the Wind: An Argument Against the War on Terror and Other Bad Ideas by Rev. Dr. Widdicombe  (video)

Just War theory has received a lot of attention in recent times but the results have been mixed. It is no longer a tradition of thought designed to place strict restraints upon the use of force in the necessary use… [More]

Mar 4, 2015 13:47

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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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Play Therapy in Practice

Play Therapy in Practice

Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) psychology student Becky Longhurst wants to work “all day, every day” in the field of play therapy. The fourth year student had an opportunity to gain practical experience with play therapy during her nine-month practicum placement… [More]

Mar 19, 2015 15:07

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Canadian Mennonite University to present Jean Vanier with inaugural CMU PAX Award

Canadian Mennonite University to present Jean Vanier with inaugural CMU PAX Award

L’Arche founder honoured for leading exemplary life of service, leadership, and reconciliation Canadian Mennonite University will present its inaugural CMU PAX Award to Jean Vanier. Vanier is founder of L’Arche, an international federation of communities for people with developmental disabilities… [More]

Menno Simons College hosts insight mediation workshop

Menno Simons College hosts insight mediation workshop

Addressing the complexity of conflict The workshop “Practicing Insight Mediation: Helping Conflicting Parties Make Wise Decisions” will be led by Dr. Cheryl Picard, professor emeritus at Carleton University and principle of Cheryl Picard & Associates. The workshop will take place… [More]

Play Therapy in Practice

Play Therapy in Practice

Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) psychology student Becky Longhurst wants to work “all day, every day” in the field of play therapy. The fourth year student had an opportunity to gain practical experience with play therapy during her nine-month practicum placement… [More]

Muslim scholar to speak at Canadian Mennonite University

Muslim scholar to speak at Canadian Mennonite University

Dr. Mohammad Ali Shomali of Qom, Iran to deliver lecture titled, “Characteristics of Shi’a Islam” Dr. Mohammad Ali Shomali, Founding Director of the International Institute for Islamic Studies (IIIS) in Qom, Iran, will give a lecture titled, “Characteristics of Shi’a… [More]

Upcoming lecture to explore the animal kingdom in Canadian Mennonite history

Upcoming lecture to explore the animal kingdom in Canadian Mennonite history

Dr. Royden Loewen to deliver 2015 John and Margaret Friesen Lecture at CMU The 2015 edition of the John and Margaret Friesen Lectures at Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) will explore how Mennonites have imagined the animal kingdom over the last… [More]

To Sow the Wind: An Argument Against the War on Terror and Other Bad Ideas by Rev. Dr. Widdicombe (video)

To Sow the Wind: An Argument Against the War on Terror and Other Bad Ideas by Rev. Dr. Widdicombe  (video)

Just War theory has received a lot of attention in recent times but the results have been mixed. It is no longer a tradition of thought designed to place strict restraints upon the use of force in the necessary use… [More]

Dr. Henry Janzen, CMU Scientist in Residence — Following Carbon Flows Through Life and Times (video)

Dr. Henry Janzen, CMU Scientist in Residence — Following Carbon Flows Through Life and Times (video)

Carbon atoms flit ceaselessly through our lands and lives, conveying the sun’s sustaining energy in endless cycles between air and life and back to air again. These silent streams of carbon, propelled by sun, thus connect all species in a… [More]

CMU Opera Workshop class presents The Merry Wives of Windsor

CMU Opera Workshop class presents The Merry Wives of Windsor

‘Light, entertaining’ production the culmination of seven months of hard work Canadian Mennonite University’s Opera and Musical Theatre Workshop is proud to present The Merry Wives of Windsor. Directed by David Klassen, the production will run for four shows: Thursday,… [More]

Canadian Mennonite University rates at top among 28 universities

Canadian Mennonite University rates at top among 28 universities

CMU’s students give top marks to faculty, academics, and community Canadian Mennonite University students have given top marks to the faculty, academics, and community at the university. A Maclean’s Magazine feature published this month gives a snapshot of the 2014 Canadian University Survey… [More]

Discussion at CMU to explore the possibility of an urban reserve at Kapyong Barracks

Discussion at CMU to explore the possibility of an urban reserve at Kapyong Barracks

What would it mean to turn the Kapyong Barracks into an urban reserve? That’s the key question Canadian Mennonite University’s next Face2Face community discussion will explore. Titled, “On Being Good Neighbours: An Urban Reserve at Kapyong?,” the event takes place… [More]