Cheryl Pauls Named as the Next President of Canadian Mennonite University

Canadian Mennonite University in Winnipeg, Manitoba, has announced that Cheryl Pauls will become the institution’s second president on November 1. Dr. Pauls is currently a professor of piano and music theory at the university.

In a statement, Dr. Pauls said, “I welcome the opportunity to engage in CMU’s visionary commitment to ‘radical dialogue and generous hospitality’ in ways that are at once bold and compelling for the highly diverse groups of people that this university draws together. The primary imperative of my role as CMU’s next president is to support and sustain the impulse of the university’s mission so that it resonates both within and beyond the institution, and to work collaboratively to sustain the will and the capacities of our CMU community to achieve the university’s strategic goals and mission.”

A native of Ontario, Dr. Pauls is a graduate of Mennonite Brethren Bible College. She holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of British Columbia.

Canadian Mennonite University was established in 1998 by the merger of Canadian Mennonite Bible College, Concord College, and Menno Simons College.

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