Capilano University receives $1.5 million NSERC Mobilize grant for applied research on regional climate action
CapU has been awarded a $1.5 million Mobilize grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). The five-year grant will support CapU students and faculty in pursuing important applied research on regional climate action in the public and private sectors.This Mobilize grant marks the first NSERC funding award received by the university.
- Dec 8
Following the December 6 meeting, parties are in active ongoing discussions to exchange proposals and work towards finalizing an agreement.
- Dec 7
Capilano University is pleased to announce applications are now open for programs beginning at its new Squamish campus in September 2024. Fall 2024 will mark CapU’s first term of academic operations in Squamish at the new site.
- Dec 6
Capilano University (CapU) is pleased to announce the establishment of the Amanda Todd Music Therapy Legacy Award. This new award, provided through a generous $25,000 endowment from Carol Todd and the Amanda Todd Legacy Society, will support students in their third year or higher of the Bachelor of Music Therapy degree who demonstrate a financial need and a passion for their field of study.
- Nov 30
Capilano University and Capilano Faculty Association (CFA) met on Wednesday, November 22.
- Nov 23
Capilano University and Capilano Faculty Association (CFA) met on Wednesday, November 15.This update provides the latest summary of bargaining activities.
- Nov 21
Ravinder Kaur Goodison joins Capilano University as Associate Vice President, Digital Technology Services
Capilano University (CapU) is pleased to welcome Ravinder (Rav) Goodison to the role of associate vice-president, digital technology services & chief information officer. Her position is effective November 14, 2023.
- Nov 17
Getting students beyond the classroom for experiential learning opportunities is a priority for Capilano University instructors. Earlier this week, first-year students in the Outdoor Recreation Management diploma program took their learning into North Vancouver’s Mosquito Creek Park for a CityStudio North Vancouver project with the City of North Vancouver and IMPACT North Shore.
- Nov 17
CapU and BlueShore Financial Centre for the Performing Arts to offer new relaxed performance accommodations
Relaxed performance accommodations provide a more inclusive theatre environment for anyone with different abilities who may benefit from a more casual setting.
- Nov 14
Capilano University and Capilano Faculty Association (CFA) met on Wednesday, October 25.
- Oct 30