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Graduate studies at CMU

Tuesday, December 8, 2020 @ 12:00 AM

What makes graduate studies programs unique at CMU? Valerie Smith, Associate Registrar for Graduate Studies, says that "being rooted in the Anabaptist tradition, we specialize in peacebuilding and reconciliation-oriented programs, even in the ways we teach business. There is plenty of space for diversity within the programs, creating conversations that cross disciplinary boundaries. Dialogue is one of our greatest strengths."

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The Triple Bottom Line: MBA student learning “the future of business” at CMU

Thursday, April 9, 2020 @ 12:00 AM

With her international work, study, and life experience, Tomisin Bolorunduro knows how the world does business. Coming to CMU expanded her horizons and priorities.

Tomisin Bolorunduro is a current student of CMU's Master of Business Administration [MBA] program. At age 27, she has lived in four countries on both sides of the Atlantic. Despite already holding a master's degree in banking finance and corporate law, she came to CMU seeking professional development. What she got, she says, went a whole lot farther.

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‘Be open-minded about newcomers’

Thursday, November 15, 2018 @ 3:19 PM

Compassion and patience are key when relating to newcomers.

That was one of the main messages at a Face2Face community discussion at Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) on November 7.

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Face2Face | Whose Neighbour Am I? Newcomers to Canada (video)

Thursday, November 8, 2018 @ 12:00 AM

Ours is a world in which millions of people flee danger and seek the possibility of new beginnings in lands and cultures foreign to their upbringing. Ours is also a world beset by various 'tribalisms' and perceptions of 'the other' whose presence for some feels unsettling. In Canada, a land of plenty, we have been gifted by, and have much to learn from the many newcomers and asylum seekers who now live, work, and study with and among us. Join in a conversation that will challenge and enrich our understanding of the neighbours that we are as we seek to foster understanding of our shared humanity.

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