Last week Environmental Technology Second Year students finished up their Map Use and Wayfinding module.
Nunavut Arctic College President Peter Ma and Natural Resources Canada Director General Donna Kirkwood signed a Memorandum of Understanding recognizing and strengthening the relationship between the two organizations this week.
Congratulations to the nine Environmental Technology Program students that are recipients of this year's Technical Professional Studies Scholarship sponsored by the Government of Nunavut's Department of Community and Government Services.
Congratulations to Mary-Ellen Thomas - Senior Science Officer for the Nunavut Research Institute and the Environmental Technology Program on her 35 years of service to the Government of Nunavut (and GNWT).
A group of eight Arviarmiut youth joined researchers this May for a one-week training workshop aimed at developing knowledge and skills in the scientific monitoring of wild animals.
Dalhousie University’s Earth Sciences Department has embarked on an ambitious experiential learning campaign. We have substantially modified our geoscience field school program in order to prepare our students for the rigors of professional careers in the geosciences.
On May 29, Hamlet of Pond Inlet was commended the Hon. Peter Taptuna, Premier of Nunavut in the Legislative Assembly.