Congratulations to first-year Environmental Technology Program students David Anavilok, who was recently named as this year's recipient of the NorthMart Environmental Technology Scholarship!
Students with the Nunavut Arctic College Environmental Technology Program visited the Canadian Coast Guard Ship CCGS Henry Larsen last month. Our thanks to the crew of the CCGS Henry Larsen for providing the students with the opportunity to tour the ship.
Nunavut Arctic College’s Environmental Technology Program students were once again on the land, from September 21 – 28, for their fall field camps. This year’s camps were also once again located on the beach at Peterhead Inlet, a popular local camping area with an incredible tidal flat and interesting geological and historical sites.
Nunavut Arctic College Director of Academic Affairs Linda Pemik congratulates Environmental Technology graduate Leanna Ellsworth on completing the University of the Arctic's Bachelor of Circumpolar Studies Program. Leanna thanked the College and the ETP program for their assistance and opportunity to take part in the University of the Arctic's programs.
"I encourage all of you as educators to continue inspiring young people to move forward with their education no matter what the methods of delivery are," she said.
From all of us at the College -- Congratulations, Leanna!
Congratulations to this year’s graduates of the Arctic College Environmental Technology Program in Iqaluit!
In the front row (from left to right) are: Steven Akeeagok (Grise Fiord), Daniel Kilabuk (Pangnirtung), William Flaherty (Grise Fiord), Sammy Angnaluak (Kugluktuk), Johnny Flaherty (Grise Fiord), Craig Beardsall (Rankin Inlet). In the middle row are (from left to right): Emily Karpik (Pangnirtung), Patricia Peyton (Pangnirtung), Dorothy Quqshuun (Gjoa Haven), Jodi MacGregor (Iqaluit). In the back row are (from left to right): Lucassie Peter (Iqaluit), Matthew Akikilu (Arctic Bay), Christine Wilson (Iqaluit), Tom Williamson (Iqaluit), Derek Williamson (Rankin Inlet), Martin Barbe (Iqaluit).
Students of the Environmental Technology Program visited the Nunavut Research Institute on Oct. 14. The class met with staff members to learn about the institute’s various programs, and toured the water lab and greenhouse.
Nunavut Research Institute staff took advantage of Iqaluit’s heat wave last week to head across the bay and dig clams.
This year’s first-year field camp for Environmental Technology Program (ETP) students was a solid – but chilly - success.