One of the foundations of daily operation at Selkirk College finding ways to minimize the environmental footprint on our campuses. Results from a new report show that progress is being made through the efforts of many and the college has once again received a STARS Silver rating from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education.
A new synergy on Nelson's Silver King Campus has been hatched with the arrival of a world leader in the particle accelerator industry that is setting up a test facility in a former Electrical Program shop building. D-Pace has now moved into the campus and will be part of daily life on the trades-focused campus.
A beautiful artistic addition to the Castlegar Campus, the Salmon sculpture that has helped frame many photos over the last seven years will now become a permanent fixture for students and staff to enjoy. Stop by to enjoy the work of sculptor Christina Nick.
At home in the mountains with a background made for travel in tough terrain, Selkirk College Instructor Doris Hausleitner pursues her passion for wildlife research on the trail of the elusive wolverine.