Thanks to all those that were able to make it to the Graduation Luncheon and our Graduation ceremony on May 15th.
Join us in a public presentation by Holly Steenkamp at Nunavut Research Institute on Understanding Carving Stone and Mineral Potential on Southern Baffin Island Through Geoscience Mapping:
Northern technology grads can earn Bachelor of Science degree
WINNIPEG, MB – The resource development boom underway in the North and specifically Nunavut requires a well-educated and skilled workforce. Nunavut Arctic College and The University of Winnipeg recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding which will see graduates of the College’s Environmental Technology Program transfer to Winnipeg to continue their educations and earn Bachelor of Science degrees.
Polar Educators International is a vital international network of educators and researchers aiming to provide a deeper understanding of current polar science. This week, we announce the official launch of the organization and access to membership via www.polareducator.org.
IQALUIT, Nunavut (November 27, 2013) The Government of Nunavut (GN), Word Wildlife Fund (WWF), and Parks Canada have partnered to develop a new comprehensive Polar Bear Guard Training course that will help further reduce polar bear-human conflicts in Nunavut.
Nunavut Arctic College Environmental Technology students Alex Kilabuk, Joanne Kokak, Angulalik Pedersen and Candice Sudlovenick were shared in the holiday spirit by wrapping gifts this week.
Environmental Technology Program (ETP) students at the Nunavut Research Institute in Iqaluit took part in a bird dissection workshop this month.
Arviat Research and Media projects were presented at the Resources and Sustainable Development in the Arctic annual workshop at the Frobisher Inn from Oct. 8-10 in Iqaluit. Social Sciences researchers came from across Canada, the United States and the circumpolar world to participate.
This summer almost 15 Inuit youth and students in Arviat were able to work on community-based health and research projects. Their work was recently acknowledged in the Legislative Assembly of Nunavut by the Hon. Daniel Shewchuk, Minister Responsible for Arctic College and the Nunavut Research Institute.