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Eight time JUNO award winner and humanitarian, Paul Brandt, named as “Storyteller in Residence” for Bissett School of Business

Famous for his story-telling through song, Paul Brandt is lending his expertise and time to the faculty, students and the community at large, by becoming the “Story-teller-in-residence” at Mount Royal University.

“We couldn’t be happier to have such a talented storyteller, as well as humanitarian, on board.” – Valerie Kinnear,  Dean, Bissett School of Business

As an alumnus, and successful artist, Paul will help bring awareness to a variety of issues including that of missing and murdered indigenous women and human trafficking. Working closely with senior marketing students, an awareness campaign, W at MRU, is ongoing from March 21 through  April 7th, beginning with a number of exhibits throughout the university as well as an evening of “talking, screenings and music” on March 30th in the Bella Concert Hall. More information on this campaign and the events can be found at 

The Bissett School of Business welcomes Paul and looks forward to having him  in residence for the next two years as he mentors students and continues to provide leadership for a number of student led initiatives.

Related news articles on Paul Brandt’s joining forces with MRU can be found on the following links:

Students Sonia Marreiros and Bryton Udy at Mount Royal University say having country music star Paul Brandt working as storyteller in residence has brought a new dimension to their class work. LYLE ASPINALL / POSTMEDIA