An Olympian-turned-lawyer, an English language educator, a businessman with a passion for international development and a couple who have ministered for more than 45 years in Winnipeg’s North End are the recipients of Canadian Mennonite University’s (CMU) 2015 Blazer Distinguished Alumni Awards.
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Canadian Mennonite University is pleased to announce it will host Dr. Henry Janzen as its first-ever scientist-in-residence. Janzen, a research scientist in soil biochemistry at the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada research centre in Lethbridge, Alta., will be on campus Feb. 2–6, 2015…
Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) president Cheryl Pauls, with MP Rod Bruinooge and City of Winnipeg councillor Paula Havixbeck, broke ground July 8 on the university’s $13.9-million expansion project. They were observed by some 100 friends and supporters from the university and the broader community.
Stories of love, hope, community, and transformation characterized the 2012/2013 Outtatown Discipleship School graduation celebration Apr. 14 as 61 young people graduated from the program.
Winnipeg Canadian Mennonite University presented its CMU Blazer Distinguished Alumni Awards on Sept. 28, 2012, in the Laudamus Auditorium, honouring alumni Bill Janzen (CMBC 1966–1967), Sarah Klassen (MBBC ’62), Patrice Nagant (CMU ’01), and Bonita Sawatzky (CMBC…
The board of directors of Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary Canada, together with the board of governors of Canadian Mennonite University (CMU), appointed Andrew Dyck assistant professor of ministry studies at CMU.
On the weekend of Apr. 20–Apr. 22, Canadian Mennonite University, Winnipeg, formally recognized the accomplishments of its students during its 2012 graduation exercises. Bachelor degrees were awarded to 78, program certificates to 2, and masters to 6, including MB students Gladiola Kehler, Nathan Koslowsky, Carolee Neufeld, and Edgar French.