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Dr. Sarah-Myriam Martin-Brûlé, of Bishop’s University’s Department of Politics and International Studies, works with international institutions and global communities to bridge people and worlds so that we may understand one another better, because she knows that changing the world requires an understanding of how it works.   Dr. Martin-Brûlé has done extensive research field work in...
Dr. Simplice Ayangma Bonoho came to Bishop’s University from Cameroon as a Postdoctoral health researcher examining Canada’s Official Development Assistance (ODA) supporting the health development of francophone countries in Africa. His project was one of 70 Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships announced in 2021 by the Government of Canada.  Until now, scientific production in this field had...
Fannie Gaudette, contract faculty member and Music Department accompanist, is launching a professional music career, fulfilling a long-time aspiration while also using her professional and academic connections within the University.   Many of the Music Department’s faculty were touring career musicians before becoming professors, including the current Chair of the Department, Dr. Mathieu Désy, and Dr....
The Music and Drama Departments in the Bishop’s University Faculty of Humanities have combined their talents to create the Musical Theatre Concentration, the only Musical Theatre curriculum offered in English in the province of Quebec. Dr. Art Babayants, the concentration’s director, describes it as more flexible and accessible than a conservatory program or a larger...
June 21st marks National Indigenous Peoples Day here in Canada. To commemorate the important day, we are featuring Shawna Chatterton-Jerome (’21), and Cassey Perley, both of whom have already had, and continue to have, a lasting impact on the Bishop’s community and future generations of Indigenous students. Shawna Chatterton-Jerome (’21) It was only once she...
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