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.
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.
Under revised protocols, Selkirk College President Angus Graeme will partake in the annual town hall meetings with employees. These meetings are a fantastic opportunity to get an update on overall operations of the college, recent successes, current challenges and plans for the future. There will also be an chance to ask questions of the president.
As a sustainability leader in the region, Selkirk College continues to take steps to reduce its carbon footprint and provide meaningful projects that make both environmental and economic sense. The latest involves 46 solar panels adjacent to the Mir Centre for Peace that will produce more than enough energy to power the facility annually.