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Canadian Mennonite University (CMU)’s Centre for Resilience is now open for business.

The Centre for Resilience (CFR) is a co-working lab that will incubate and nurture social enterprises. Faculty, students and staff celebrated the grand opening of the $1.7 million centre on April 13.

"We're thankful for the opportunity to create a space designed to meet the needs of the 21st century," says James Magnus-Johnston, director of the centre. "The CFR will maximize the impact of social entrepreneurs, and allow students to work on complex, real-world problems."

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CMU Centre for Resilience official opening (video)

Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) has unveiled the completion of a $1.7 million Centre for Resilience on April 13, 2018, thanks in part to investments by the governments of Canada and Manitoba.

Special guests included Doug Eyolfson, Member of Parliament for Charleswood–St. James–Assiniboia–Headingley; Honourable Ian Wishart, Manitoba Minister of Education and Training, and Honourable Heather Stefanson, Manitoba Minister of Justice and Attorney General.

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Canadian Mennonite University announces new faculty appointments

Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) is pleased to announce three new faculty appointments, all to start in their roles on July 1, 2017.

Dr. Jonathan Dueck, Vice President Academic and Academic Dean: Dueck holds a PhD from the University of Alberta in Music (Ethnomusicology). He is currently Assistant Professor of Writing and Deputy Director of Writing in the Disciplines at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C., an interdisciplinary position that gives Dueck the opportunity to work with scholars and students in a variety of different faculties. He previously taught at Duke University, the University of Maryland, and the University of Alberta.

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CMU announces $1.7 million Centre for Ecological and Economic Resilience

Canadian Mennonite University is pleased to announce the creation of a new centre that will incubate and nurture social enterprises.

The Centre for Ecological and Economic Resilience will develop policy, design, and enterprise innovations for a resilient economy that improves social equity and environmental protection.

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