Veterans' Week marks a time to for Capilano University to reflect on its flag display policies. With a deepened awareness of policies that denied Indigenous veterans their status and rights in their Nations and communities, the University is reviewing its policy and consulting with local First Nations to move forward with new steps in its reconciliation journey.
- Nov 9
Because we wanted to offer our graduates more than a virtual ceremony, earlier this month we piloted and successfully delivered an in-person experience, aligned with current public health orders, for the Capilano University graduating class of 2021. Our “Car-vocation” ceremonies reflected both CapU’s innovative spirit and community-minded values.
- Jun 22
Collaboration with High Impact Lab's #morejoy LinkedIn campaign
- Jun 11
HUBBUB #4 Digital Project Showcase featuring President Paul Dangerfield
- May 3
President Paul Dangerfield was a guest speaker at the Interdisciplinary Capstone (CAPS 499) class, to wish farewell to current graduating students.
- Apr 20
Student Housing hosted an Instagram Live Town Hall featuring President Paul Dangerfield
- Apr 19
President's opening remarks for CityStudio HUBBUB #3 virtual showcase
- Dec 23
President Paul Dangerfield guest speaks at a roundtable for first-year business students.
- Nov 6
President guest speaks at CapU Student Life Hub's leadership series
- Oct 26
On Sunday, June 21, 2020, Capilano University invites you to join in recognizing National Indigenous Peoples Day honouring First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples. At Capilano University we celebrate this day with open hearts and steps of reconciliation in order that we can do better and we can be better.
- Jun 19