With the successful Selkirk College Homecoming Weekend now part of the regional post-secondary history books, President Angus Graeme expresses appreciation for all those who had a hand in making it happen and those who helped celebrate.
Well-known Indigenous leader, artist and journalist Wab Kinew will be speaking at Selkirk College this month. Seeking to engage with Canadians to dispel Native stereotypes and work toward a world that’s compassionate, Kinew brings a wealth of experience to two conferences.
The Faculty Association Standing Committee On Professional Excellence committee announces the recipients of its 2015/16 award: Gail Potter, Kay Armstrong, Mike Konkin, Duff Sutherland, and Doris Hausleitner. The College community is invited to help celebrate these recipients.
This year’s Forest Technology Program class will once again be selling split firewood (mixed larch, douglas fir, lodgepole pine) as a fundraiser for their annual Spring field trip to the West Coast. This is a popular fundraiser, so act quickly if you want to save your energy and support the students.