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Working with Christian Peacemaker Teams a profound experience for alumni

Working with Christian Peacemaker Teams a profound experience for alumni

Lisa Martens (CMBC ‘00) recalls what it was like being in Iraq when U.S. forces invaded the country in 2003. She remembers speaking with a man whose house was cracked because his neighbour’s home had been bombed. “He was a… [More]

Faculty: In Their Own Words – Kenton Lobe

Faculty: In Their Own Words – Kenton Lobe

Kenton Lobe, Instructor in International Development Studies, has taught at CMU since 2005. What do you love about your work here? I love working with students, but in addition to that, I love my colleagues. I have a little neighbourhood… [More]

Faculty: In Their Own Words – Dr. Delmar Epp

Faculty: In Their Own Words – Dr. Delmar Epp

Dr. Delmar Epp, Associate Professor of Psychology, has taught at CMU since 2000. What are you teaching right now that you’re most excited about? Two courses come to mind. One is Psychology of Motivation, which explores the underlying needs that… [More]

Faculty: In Their Own Words – Wendy Kroeker

Faculty: In Their Own Words – Wendy Kroeker

Wendy Kroeker, Instructor in Peace and Conflict Transformation Studies and Co-Director of the Canadian School of Peacebuilding, has taught at CMU since 2011. What do you love about your work here? Working at CMU gives us the opportunity to get… [More]

Faculty: In Their Own Words – Dr. Gordon Matties

Faculty: In Their Own Words – Dr. Gordon Matties

Dr. Gordon Matties, Professor of Biblical Studies and Theology, will retire at the end of December after more than 30 years teaching at CMU and one of its predecessor colleges, Mennonite Brethren Bible College. What do you love about your… [More]

Faculty: In Their Own Words – Dr. Paul Doerksen

Faculty: In Their Own Words – Dr. Paul Doerksen

Dr. Paul Doerksen, Associate Professor of Theology and Anabaptist Studies, has taught at CMU since 2011. His new book is Take and Read: Reflecting Theologically on Books (Wipf and Stock, 2016). What are you teaching right now that most excites… [More]

Faculty: In Their Own Words – Dr. Sue Sorensen

Faculty: In Their Own Words – Dr. Sue Sorensen

Dr. Sue Sorensen, Associate Professor of English, has taught at CMU since 2005. What do you love about your work here? I used to be a bit of a recluse – I thought most of my friends were in books…. [More]

Getting to Know CMU’s 2016 Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients

Getting to Know CMU’s 2016 Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients

On Saturday, September 24, CMU President Cheryl Pauls will present the 2016 Distinguished Alumni Awards to Peter Guenther, Adrienne Wiebe, Ron Toews, and Brad Leitch. The Distinguished Alumni Awards celebrate alumni who, through their lives, embody CMU’s values and mission… [More]

Faculty: In Their Own Words – Dr. John Brubacher

Faculty: In Their Own Words – Dr. John Brubacher

Dr. John Brubacher, Assistant Professor of Biology, has worked at CMU since 2008. What do you love about your work here? One of the things I appreciate is that at CMU, we have our four commitments: Educate for Peace –… [More]

John Ralston Saul: ‘We have to make sure it keeps moving’

John Ralston Saul: ‘We have to make sure it keeps moving’

John Ralston Saul reflects on Canada’s relationship with its Indigenous peoples John Ralston Saul’s interest in Indigenous people dates back further than 2008, when he published A Fair Country, the book in which he argued that Canada is a Métis… [More]