Congratulations to Jennifer Amagoalik and Terrence (Enri) Milton on being chosen as this year's recipients of Atuqtuarvik Corporation's two scholarships.
Next week, two of ETP's finest will participating in two different, but equally exciting conferences.
During the Environmental Technology Program Fish Management course students learn all about domestic, commercial, and subsistence fishing, as well as various fishing issues across Nunavut.
My experience in taking the Environmental Technology Program (ETP) at Nunavut Arctic College (NAC) was amazing.
North Mart is pleased to announce that first year student Terrence Milton of Nunavut Arctic College’s Environmental Technology Program has been awarded a scholarship from our Green Fund.
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.
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.
Thanks to all those that were able to make it to the Graduation Luncheon and our Graduation ceremony on May 15th.
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.
From bird banding and laboratory technology, to mapping, traditional knowledge and environmental science, summer research seasons in Nunavut are filled with opportunities for students from a variety of fields and levels to apply their learning outside the classroom. Join us as we meet some of the many youth and students working and learning as members of the many research projects that take place all across Nunavut this year. Today we meet Environmental Technology student Steven Lonsdale!