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.
Nunavut Arctic College students at Kitikmeot Campus celebrated graduation day in Cambridge Bay May 7.
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:
The Education Programs division, Nunavut Arctic College, has been focusing on various literacy initiatives and enhancements as part of our instructional processes in the Nunavut Teacher Education Program (NTEP). This falls in line and is supportive of recent literacy proclamations by the Hon. Paul Quassa, Minister of Education / Minister Responsible for Nunavut Arctic College.
It's been a year of progress and accomplishments for Sanatuliqsarvik, the Nunavut Trades Training Centre in Rankin Inlet. The three-year-old trades training facility, its students and staff were congratulated in a Ministerial Statement to the Legislative Assembly of Nunavut this Friday by the Hon. Paul Quassa, Minister responsible for Nunavut Arctic College.
Congratulations to Aaron Pilakapsi, the first Journeyman Oil Burner Mechanic to emerge from apprenticeship training courses offered at the Sanatuliqsarvik Nunavut Trades Training Centre in Rankin Inlet.