Selkirk College’s new Manager of Indigenous Education & Engagement Dianne Biin has traveled the path of Indigenous education and Indigenization in public post-secondary for a long time, both as a student and an academic leader. The college is pleased to welcome her to the role.
Tasked with making campuses safe for adapted in-person learning, the Facilities Department has delivered through months of uncertainty and continues to lead the frontline effort to meet the challenges of the pandemic.The custodial and maintenance team has spent months transforming campuses and cultivating cleanliness.
Remarkable educators are found in all programs where passion for teaching provides learners the opportunity to acquire the knowledge, skills and training for success. Each year, the Selkirk College Faculty Association takes a pause to recognize the individual efforts, inspiration and innovation at the annual SCOPE Awards.
Supporting learners through challenging times and graduating an emerging workforce equipped with the educational foundation to assist in recovery is the focus of Selkirk College’s new annual giving campaign. The Forward Together Campaign is aimed at bolstering student supports and making post-secondary more accessible.