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Artist Donates Fitting Piece to Selkirk College
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.—July 16, 2019
Ecology Instructor Explores the World of Wolverines
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.—July 10, 2019
Selkirk College and the Cultures of Smoking
A new report released by the University of Victoria’s Canadian Institute for Substance Use Research sheds some important light on how students at Selkirk College view smoking. The 24-page document is titled Smoking in the Post-Secondary Context: A Report for The Cultures of Smoking Project.—July 3, 2019
Maintaining a Connection to Athletics History
After consulting the community, Selkirk College is sticking with its team name while embarking on a new era with an exciting new logo that pays tribute to the incredible mountain surroundings of the West Kootenay and Boundary region.—June 17, 2019
Cementing a Strategic Roadmap for the Future
After gathering valued input from the community and hundreds of hours of work by an eclectic team of employees, the new Selkirk College strategic plan has been released provides a blueprint for quality post-secondary education in the region.—June 10, 2019
Selkirk College Responds to Need in Tech Sector
Starting this September, learners looking to advance their knowledge and skills can be part of the first cohort of the new Web Development Program. Based out of Nelson's Tenth Street Campus, the program sets graduates up for success in the booming tech sector.—May 16, 2019
We Are the Coolest Campus in BC
During the heart of winter, students and staff at Selkirk College took on the challenge to take personal steps towards lowering energy use. The results from the BC Cool Campus Challenge are in and the college has emerged as a leader in sustainability efforts.—March 14, 2019