CapU students win global Award of Excellence for travel and tourism programs

CapU's Stefanie Carlson and fellow members of PATA Canada Vancouver student chapter win global Award of Excellence for travel and tourism programs

  • Oct 17

Capilano University welcomes new Regional Director for kálax-ay, the Sunshine Coast campus

Capilano University welcomes Micki McCartney to the role of Regional Director, kálax-ay, for the Sunshine Coast Campus. McCartney provides oversight and leadership for all aspects of the campus operations and facilities on the Sunshine Coast, in collaboration with other University departments.

  • Oct 17

Egg with a Story: A fundraiser for the Rick Berwick Community Spirit Award

Most people think of eggs as a breakfast food, but to Viktoriya Kim an egg is a blank canvas begging to be adorned. Her passion is to transform ostrich, goose and duck eggs into everything from gilded carriages to ornate teapots using paper prints, acrylic paints, Swarovski stones, beads and different kinds of mediums and bonds.

  • Oct 2

CapU in Photos: September 2019

CapU in Photos is our visual retrospective of campus life, proud moments and special events.

  • Sep 30

Music therapy opens doors for global outreach

Capilano University student Ruth Francis-Lyster expands her education through experiential learning opportunity in Jamaica in summer 2019.

  • Sep 30

Six CapU student and alumni films at 2019 Vancouver International Film Festival

CapU celebrates achievements of student and alumni films screening at 2019 Vancouver International Film Festival

  • Sep 27

Capilano University receives Open Education Sustainability Grant

Capilano University receives a 2019 Open Education Sustainability Grant from BCcampus. This grant helps our faculty promote and use open education materials – teaching and learning resources and practices – that are freely shared to increase access and affordability to education.

  • Sep 26

Western University and Capilano University welcome $2-million investment supporting early childhood education in B.C.

Early childhood education (ECE) researchers at Western University (Western) and Capilano University (CapU) welcome $2-million funding from the B.C. Ministry of Children and Family Development to support early childhood educators in B.C. to better collaborate and design innovative teaching practices.

  • Sep 26

CapU grad debuts original Indigenous play

New Canadian Indigenous play utszan by Capliano University graduate encourages conversations about truth and reconciliation

  • Sep 19

Capilano University announces MOU with Pender Harbour Ocean Discovery Station

New agreement with PODS on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast offers students experiential, hands-on learning opportunities in environmental science, film, business, tourism and community development.

  • Sep 11