Three students have received the Al Woodhouse Bursary. The bursary was established in memory of Al Woodhouse, a long-time resident of Nunavut and a supporter of science and research. The recipients were Parniga Thibaudeau, Sherry Parks, and Tamara Ohokannoak.
The Board of Directors of Ilagiiktut Limited have established an annual award to the Nunavut Arctic College Management Studies Program in the amount of $1,500. The award will be made to the NLCA Beneficiary who attains the highest academic standing in the Management Studies Program during the academic year.
In addition to coming to work at Nunavut Arctic College, one of the highlights of my nursing career was being selected to participate in the Stop Transmission of Polio (STOP) program.
When Daniel Vandermeulen took over as the new college president in 2007, I was probably not the only one who wondered what kind of impact the change in leadership might have on my position. I didn’t have to wait long to find out, because a couple of months after he took over I was approached about his request to see a library collection in each of NAC’s Community Learning Centres.
At its simplest, the Nunavut Research Institute (NRI) is a bit of a scientific concierge service for the hundreds of researchers cycling regularly through the territory.
This year being the 10th anniversary of the creation of Nunavut, I would like to inform the House about the official launch of a very exciting series of publications created here in Nunavut.
Nunavut Research Institute (NRI) welcomed news that the territory will soon house a major Arctic research station. Cambridge Bay, Pond Inlet and Resolute have been short-listed for the new federal facility.