Maddie Snelgrove, a graduate of Rossland Secondary School who went on to start her post-secondary education at Selkirk College, has been awarded a $12,000 entrance scholarship as she heads to Ottawa’s Carleton University this fall. She will study Urbanism in their unique undergraduate Architecture program.
At the mid-point in his life, amid crisis, Darwin Greyeyes took a risk and enrolled in blacksmithing at Kootenay Studio Arts finally embracing his true calling as an artist. As he finds success developing his craft, he also finds strength, self-discovery and re connection with his Prairie Cree Heritage.
Working with the Columbia Power Corporation, a field school of Selkirk College Integrated Environmental Planning Program students spent the end of their semester doing important restoration work just outside of Castlegar. The students were helping rehabilitate the area that is important habitat for a variety of species.
Applied Science Technologists & Technicians of British Columbia (ASTTBC) Regional Manager Bruce Stevens attended the Selkirk College graduation ceremony last month to honour five students from the School of Environment & Geomatics for their presentations made during the recent applied research conference.