Using the power of pedal, President Angus Graeme is connecting communities across the region and around the world. Serving in his final year of a career at Selkirk College that spans three decades, Angus will spend six days pedaling 500 kilometres of mountain terrain to raise funds for Indigenous supports and a global humanitarian effort.
The Selkirk College Class of 2021 is taking a collective step forward into a world of opportunity after months of exhibiting resilience that required fortitude on an unmatched level. A fitting representative for the Class of 2021, Selkirk College valedictorian Adrian Moyls knows plenty about overcoming struggle to find success.
President Angus Graeme has announced he will be retire from his position in May 2022 after a post-secondary career that spans 30 years. The Selkirk College Board of Governors has begun the process of finding a new president and is seeking community input on what traits will be most important in guiding post-secondary into the future.
Amid the challenges of an unusual year in post-secondary, educators have overcome barriers thrust upon them by focusing on excellence in teaching to ensure students emerge with pathways to success. This year's NISOD Excellence Award winners include Alison Roy, Lawrence Zaytsoff, Doug Henderson and Caroline Barabonow.