Selkirk College Enjoys Success During First Five Years
After a successful five years at the helm of Selkirk College, President Angus Graeme has been given a vote of confidence by the Board of Governors to continue his leadership of post-secondary education in the West Kootenay and Boundary.
The Board announced that Graeme has signed another five year contract to continue in his role until 2021.
Selkirk College President Angus Graeme has been given the confidence from the Board of Governors to continue leading post-secondary education in the West Kootenay and Boundary region over the next five years.
“The Board looks forward to another very successful five year term for Angus and his leadership team,” says Board of Governors Chair Sharel Wallace. “In his first five year term, Angus oversaw the securing of funding for the upgrades to Nelson’s Silver King Campus, increased enrollment in both domestic and international students, and the introduction of several new and innovative programs. Angus works tirelessly to raise awareness of what Selkirk College has to offer and the positive impact the college has on local communities.”
Taking the reins from former president Marilyn Luscombe in 2011, Graeme is energized to continue his work leading Selkirk College into the next five years.
“I’m honoured to continue in this position and look forward to accomplishing more great results with our faculty and staff for our students and the region in the coming years,” says Graeme.
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