Last term, the Environmental Education class (ESCI 302) under the direction of NTEP Instructor, Kaviq Kaluraq, expressed interest in carrying out a Legacy Project assignment. It is common for undergraduate students to take on legacy projects that students see as meaningful to their community. The community they target can either be campus based or community based. Legacy projects give students an opportunity to leave something behind that is meaningful to them and beneficial for the future.
Last week we participated in an impressive Graduation Ceremony held in the Kitikmeot community of Gjoa Haven.
Congratulations to all of the 2014-2015 graduating students at Nunavut Arctic College who celebrated their graduation day last week!
JEWELLERY AND METALWORK students learned to make artificial coral from a 16th century manuscript this month with Dr. Donna Bilak.
Five Bachelor of Science in Arctic Nursing students at Nunavut Arctic College's Nunatta Campus were presented with Queen Elizabeth II Nursing Awards at Nunatta Campus today.
An award-winning and accessible Certificate in Aboriginal Language Revitalization (CALR) developed by University of Victoria's Department of Linguistics and the Division of Continuing Studies in partnership with the En'owkin Centre will be available through Nunavut College beginning February 2015 in Cambridge Bay.