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Janvier 2017

Réalisations en matière d’art et de design

Réalisation d’étudiant en beaux-arts, dans le secteur de la mode, de la création graphique ou de la musique; exposition ou festival de design inhabituel organisé par votre collège ou institut etc.

Durham College Music Business Administration grad makes it to Top 40 with debut single

Durham College

from Maclean’s: “Sarah Mark didn’t realize just how much she had learned in college until she got her first Top 40 hit on the radio. Granted, she had barely finished college when that happened. Her debut single “Tun Up,” a jaunty R&B summertime pop anthem, started getting serious airtime on Canadian radio stations just as…

NBCCD Metal Arts Student Rory Greythorn: Making Sweet Jewellery

NBCCD

Rory Greythorn has made a conscious decision to slow down his path in Jewellery/Metal Arts, and have a more “textured” experience.  Rather than rushing to get the basics, move on to the next learning project and putting “his eyes on the prize of the diploma”, Rory wants to build, explore and have time to absorb…

Northwest Community College receives donation of Indigenous art

Northwest Community College

from the press release: “It was a momentous event for First Nations Fine Arts students on December 8, 2016 when two carvings, crafted by Freda Diesing herself, were donated to the art studio at Northwest Community College. Donors Kelsey Wiebe (on behalf of her grandparents, Jim & Jane Christison) and Corey Bulpitt, presented a Wolf…

Monsters Rule at Selkirk College’s Tenth Street Campus

Selkirk College

Building on an educational foundation for both elementary and college students, the Selkirk College Digital Arts & New Media Program joined forces with Hume Elementary School for a spirited project that brought to life some wonderful creatures. From the minds of Hume Elementary School students to the computer screens of Selkirk College Digital Arts & New…

Red River College mechanical engineer designs handlebar adaptation for Canadian paralympian

Red River College

Red River College mechanical engineer designs a handlebar adaptation for Canadian competing in the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. from CBC: “When Chantal Givens raced Sunday at the Paralympic Games, she had a piece of Winnipeg along for the ride. The three-time Canadian paratriathlon champion, who competed in the sport’s Paralympic debut in Rio, was born missing her left hand. In an effort to…

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février 2017

Succès enregistrés à l’échelle internationale

Projet international de sensibilisation ou de développement, partenariats à l’étranger ou recherche touchant d’autres pays etc.

Panama Bilingual Project Leadership at Centennial College

Centennial College

As part of this special project developed by the President of Panama, as many as 10,000 professors from Panama will study abroad for the purpose of becoming fluent in English, and to acquire teaching skills for leadership in education. Centennial College was chosen as the first college in Canada to receive students in January 2015…

Les étudiants du Cégep Marie-Victorin en stage au Sénégal

Cégep Marie-Victorin

du communiqué de presse : « Accompagnés par Bernard Jobidon, enseignant au Cégep Marie-Victorin, huit étudiants en Design d’intérieur se sont envolés en destination du Sénégal afin de participer à un stage dont l’objectif est de réaliser conjointement un projet d’envergure de conception de maquettes. Un programme de formation de techniciens supérieurs en Architecture et Design d’intérieur est offert…

CNC Globe Trotters: Social Service Workers Fulfill Practicums Internationally 

College of New Caledonia

Students from the Social Service Worker program at the College of New Caledonia chose to fulfill their practicum requirements internationally. The challenge was to pick a country they did not know very well, research it, find a practicum placement, travel there, and work and live there independently for four weeks. For most of the students…

George Brown College International Field Placement at ALMA in Italy 

George Brown College

A prime example of George Brown College’s commitment to international education opportunities for students is its Culinary Arts – Italian graduate certificate program. Through George Brown’s partnership with ALMA, the distinguished Scuola Internazionale di Cucina Italiana, students spend one term in Italy to learn the essence of Italian cooking while being immersed in Italy’s culture.…

Fleming College signs 2+2 international pathway partnership with Irish institute

Fleming College

from the press release: “Sporting Goods Business graduates of Fleming College in Ontario, Canada can now complete a degree in their field at Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) in Ireland with just two additional years of study. A new ‘2+2’ pathway between the two institutions allows eligible Sporting Goods Business graduates seamless entry into the third…

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mars 2017

Espaces verts

Salle de classe de conception durable, laboratoire utilisant de l’énergie propre, structure ou initiative réduisant les émissions de gaz à effet de serre ou projet d’agriculture durable auquel participe votre collège ou institut.

High Performance Building Lab

BCIT

New requirements for energy efficient housing and buildings require changes to existing building envelope design and construction techniques. In addition, construction in the coastal region of BC is sensitive to high moisture levels resulting in materials deterioration and failure. It is essential that construction technologists, designers, and builders are familiar with building envelope application technologies…

Bringing a buzz to Humber College

Humber College

Humber College has thousands of hard workers – and we’re not just talking about our students. These workers are black and yellow, smaller than a paperclip and can be seen buzzing around campus in warmer months. (Honey bees, in case you didn’t guess). In an effort to rebuild the number of worker honey bees in…

Tiny Trash makes a Big Difference

North West College

North West College is on a weight-loss plan. It plans to lose hundreds of pounds in garbage. In August 2016, North West launched the Tiny Trash program which is designed to promote sustainable operations by providing all staff an understanding of the amount of waste they personally produce and how to be proactive in reducing their ecological…

Un projet de technologies combinés à l’Université Sainte-Anne

Université Sainte-Anne

L’Université Sainte-Anne a récemment mis en place un projet écologique d’envergure sur son campus principal de Pointe-de-l’Église, en faisant appel à trois sources d’énergies renouvelables : Une installation de chauffage de l’eau à l’énergie solaire Deux fournaises de gazéification de la biomasse Deux éoliennes de 50 kW. La construction des deux fournaises alimentées aux copeaux de…

BCIT’s Energy OASIS project

BCIT

Given Canada’s size and the distances to travel, an environmentally sustainable transportation system has to provide electric vehicles the energy they need to move people and goods across this vast geography, without jeopardizing the reliability of our electric grid. Dr. Hassan Farhangi, director of the Smart Microgrid Applied Research Team, hopes that BCIT’s Energy OASIS project…

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Avec monfonds150, le sociofinancement permettra de fournir aux étudiants les modestes ressources dont ils ont besoin pour poursuivre leurs projets et pour lancer de nouvelles idées. Par exemple, un peu d’argent pour acheter du matériel pour un programme d’arts et d’artisanat ou un peu d’aide pour défrayer les frais d’impression d’un livre à colorier pour adultes créé par les étudiants. Il s’agit d’une occasion de soutenir les idées créatrices des étudiants tout en redonnant à la communauté. Passez le mot sur vos campus, dans les clubs, au gym, entre les cours, dans les associations étudiantes, bref, partout et n’importe où, pour faire connaître cette excellente occasion!

mai 2017

Innovations

Innovation scientifique, technologique, commerciale ou sociale élaborée dans votre établissement ou en partenariat avec lui, ou facilitée par une programmation/des incubateurs mis en place dans votre établissement etc.

Testing photovoltaic reliability for a brighter future

Centennial College

Centennial College has been working on a solar module reliability project in tandem with electronics manufacturing giant Celestica, giving students a chance to get a more robust understanding of photovoltaic (PV) panel reliability. The initiative, funded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), involves collecting real-time data to build models that…

Camosun celebrates the Babcock Canada Interaction Lab opening

Camosun College

Camosun College and Babcock Canada joined forces today for an exciting virtual reality ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open the new Babcock Canada Interaction Lab at the college’s Interurban campus. “Babcock Canada relies on skilled technicians and tradespeople to design, build, and maintain complex technology which plays an important role in Canada and BC’s marine industry…

College of New Caledonia launches new dual Medical Imaging and Sonography program

College of New Caledonia

from My Prince George Now: In Prince George, a new medical sonography – also known as ultrasound – diploma program will take in its first batch of students in the fall of 2018. It will be linked with the school’s existing medical radiography diploma and will train 16 students per year. “We’ve always had more…

A ‘crackling’ prototype

Niagara College

Niagara College won’t go breaking any ‘hearts’ this Valentine’s Day. That’s because its Research & Innovation team has discovered a way to automate the process of cracking delicious heartnuts without breaking their heart-shaped shells or kernels! After a 20-year search for a mechanized ‘heartnut sheller,’ local industry partner Grimo Nut Nursery has found new hope…

Red River College unveils new malt miso made from beer-brewing byproduct

Red River College

Red River College partnered with two local microbreweries today to unveil a new culinary invention — miso made from spent grain — at an event showcasing the College’s growing Culinary Research and Innovation program, and its impact on food creation in Manitoba. Partners from the province, federal government and industry were among the special guests at…

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juin 2017

Inclusion de la population autochtone

Initiative prise par votre établissement pour encourager l’éducation postsecondaire dans les collectivités autochtones; programmes conçus à l’intention d’apprenants autochtones ou services offerts pour favoriser l’expression de la culture et des valeurs autochtones dans votre établissement etc.

Sask Polytech honours Indigenous student achievements

Saskatchewan Polytechnic

Looking to celebrate the hard work, dedication and achievements of our Indigenous students preparing to graduate, Saskatchewan Polytechnic hosted honour ceremonies across the province. Sask Polytech has been hosting Indigenous honour ceremonies for approximately 25 years. “Honour ceremonies give us the opportunity to celebrate the educational achievements of our Indigenous students,” says Jason Seright, director,…

Selkirk College Heavy Mechanical program students overcomes and gives back

Selkirk College

Overcoming obstacles on the way to a successful educational pathway is something the majority of post-secondary students can understand. A recent graduate on Nelson’s Silver King Campus knows what it’s like to stare into the face of adversity and triumph. As a residential school survivor, Selkirk College student Running Wolf has dealt with numerous challenges…

1970 – 26 Day Sit-in

Portage College

Portage College, then Alberta NewStart Inc., were about to close its doors due to shortage of funds. Local native people began to feel they must do what they could to re-open the centre and gain public support. At 10:00 a.m. Saturday, January 17, 1970, approximately 130 people took over the dormitory for a two-day meeting.…

NWCC displays art donated from First Nations Fine Arts students

Northwest Community College

It was a momentous event for First Nations Fine Arts students on December 8, 2016 when two carvings, crafted by Freda Diesing herself, were donated to the art studio at Northwest Community College. Donors Kelsey Wiebe (on behalf of her grandparents, Jim & Jane Christison) and Corey Bulpitt, presented a Wolf Panel carving and a…

Red Deer College launches three-year inclusiveness strategy focused on First Nations, Metis and Inuit students

Red Deer College

from the Red Deer Advocate: The overhead display at Red Deer College flashes an image of a piece of paper known as a “Treaty Ticket” that once belonged to former Samson Cree Nation Chief Jacob Louis. His son, Roy Louis, uses the ticket as part of a talk about the history of his people during…

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juillet 2017

Programmes d’intérêt particulier

Programme d’intérêt particulier ou unique qui mérite d’être célébré.

Lean LaunchPad program

Algonquin College

Brought to you by Algonquin College’s Applied Research department, in conjunction with the IgniteAC Centre, Lean LaunchPad is the world’s premier pre-accelerator program, taught at over 200 universities worldwide.   Voir le programme

Technologie en radiation médicale

Collège Boréal

Ce programme en six étapes, comprenant des modules d’enseignement et des stages cliniques, a pour but de former les technologues en radiation médicale qui utilisent des rayons X pour produire des images radiographiques du corps humain.   Voir le programme

Travel and Tourism Management

Holland College

If you like to travel, were born with the customer-service gene, and take great pleasure in bringing together all the details so that others enjoy their experiences—then this program could be your passport to a very satisfying career.   Voir le programme

Visual Art

Vancouver Island University

The Visual Art Program offers a broadly-based approach to art-making. Faculty members are practicing artists who are committed to teaching. While providing a sound foundation in visual art practice, VIU encourages experimentation and positive risk-taking in the expansion of individual expression. In addition to providing an exciting creative environment, VIU is also dedicated to providing…

Career in Gear

Nova Scotia Community College

Career in Gear is an online experience that uses games to help you learn more about who you are, what motivates you, how to explore occupations and discover NSCC programs which may align to your interests and goals. Follow a series of fun, easy to complete steps to guide you through a career planning process.   View…

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août 2017

Lieux inhabituels

Centre étudiant unique, laboratoire d’apprentissage en milieu travail, classe de technologie, studio de production ou lieu d’expression artistique favorisant une expérience d’apprentissage novatrice, une sensibilisation à la santé mentale ou un perfectionnement des compétences etc., ou une modernisation ou amélioration d'une espace existante pour la rendre plus accessible.

The Minowaadiziiwin Wellness Centre

Confederation College

Confederation College recently formally recognized the $8.5 million contribution from its Student Union (SUCCI) to its new Wellness Centre. The event highlighted the significant support of students, and together, Confederation College and the Student Union announced that the name for the new facility would be SUCCI Wellness Centre, “Minowaadiziiwin”. Officials noted it was important to honour…

The Solar Carport

Sheridan College

Construction is set to begin this summer at Sheridan’s Davis Campus in Brampton on what will be Canada’s largest solar carport.  The project came about after the college won a highly-coveted contract from the FIT (Feed-in Tariff) program run by the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO), which manages Ontario’s power system. The FIT program was…

The Centre for Collaborative Education

Durham College

Durham College is embarking on the most ambitious and transformative initiative in its history – the new Centre for Collaborative Education (CFCE). A legacy project tied to the college’s 50th anniversary in 2017, the CFCE will replace the college’s aging Simcoe building, which was originally built as a temporary structure and opened in 1969. The new multi-level,…

The Centre for Marine Simulation

Marine Institute

In operation since 1994, the Centre for Marine Simulation (CMS) is an industrial arm of the Fisheries and Marine Institute of Memorial University (MI). Operating under MI’s School of Maritime Studies, CMS combines its unique North Atlantic location, world-class simulation technology, and industry-driven expertise to solve the toughest simulation problems for its clients.‌ The Centre…

The Landscape Construction Pavilion

Olds College

In 1997, Olds College opened the Landscape Construction Pavilion with support from the Bank of Montreal, the Landscape Alberta Nursery Trades Association and members of the horticulture industry. The Landscape Construction Pavilion was constructed in response to industry requests for Olds College to provide students with greater opportunities to develop hands-on horticultural skills. The facility…

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septembre 2017

Quelles sont vos #150raisons ?

Vous avez partagé avec nous vos #150raisons pour lesquelles vous avez choisi de travailler, d’étudier, d’enseigner dans votre établissement ou d’y exercer un rôle d’encadrement – et les voilà ! Continuez de tweetez @CollegeCan pour partager vos #150raisons avec nous!

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octobre 2017

Entrepreneuriat

entrepreneur issu du système des collèges et instituts; programme favorisant l’entrepreneuriat, succès d’un incubateur mis en place par votre collège ou institut ou d’un partenariat noué avec lui etc.

Le Cégep de Sept-Îles lance un nouveau Centre d’entrepreneuriat et de valorisation des innovations (CEVI) afin d’offrir de nouveaux services aux entreprises de la région

Cégep de Sept-Îles

de Radio-Canada: Un nouveau Centre d’entrepreneuriat et de valorisation des innovations (CEVI) voit le jour au Cégep de Sept-Îles. Avec le CEVI, de nouveaux services seront offerts aux entreprises de la région ainsi qu’aux personnes souhaitant commercialiser une idée et lancer une entreprise. Les usagers pourront profiter de la veille stratégique, de la formation adaptée…

George Brown College Enactus team helps women in St Lucia become entrepreneurs

George Brown College

George Brown College’s Enactus team aims to improve communities through entrepreneurial projects and the effects of its work are being felt far beyond Toronto. In 2015, members of Enactus George Brown – a volunteer team of business students and faculty – established a program called Girls Going Forward in St. Lucia. The program, run out of a library in…

MHC student starts rock climbing business

Medicine Hat College

Dana McMahon has taken his passion for rock climbing and turned it into a full time company; OCD Adventures is geared towards providing climbers of all ages and abilities a chance to enjoy the less traveled paths of Crowsnest Pass. “The people I’m looking to take climbing are not the hard core climbers typically found…

Entrepreneurship Takes Off with the Lean LaunchPad program at Algonquin College

Algonquin College

A world-renowned pre-accelerator program, Lean LaunchPad is taught at over 200 universities worldwide, and back in February the team at Algonquin launched their very own version of the class. Although the AC version differed, in various ways, from the original, they both had at their core, the idea that participants ‘get out of the building’…

Digital Tools for Textiles: How They Are Being Used by a New Generation of NBCCD Designers

NBCCD

Which kind of maker are you? Do you surround yourself with physical materials – bits of string, balls of clay, stones and metal? Or do you set yourself down in front of a computer – ready to skillfully use your powerful virtual tools? Or maybe, you lie somewhere in between… Craft is turning toward the…

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novembre 2017

Anciens étudiants d’exception

Ancien étudiant qui apporte une contribution fructueuse au Canada ou à l’image de marque du Canada.

Stéphane Maher

Cégep de Saint-Jérôme

Maire de Saint-Jérôme

Dina Pugliese

Humber College

Co-animatrice de City Toronto’s Breakfast Television

Jon Cassar

Algonquin College

Réalisateur et producteur de télévision

Lorne Cardinal

Thompson Rivers University

Acteur et comédien

Neko Case

Emily Carr University

Auteure-compositrice-interprète

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decembre 2017

Influence à l’échelle locale

Collège ou institut qui contribue à la réussite, à la sécurité ou au bien-être de sa communauté.

New Okanagan College program help support workers better serve Indigenous people and communities

Okanagan College

A new program developed by Okanagan College in collaboration with local First Nations communities and regional Aboriginal organizations will prepare learners to step into community support work assisting Aboriginal individuals and families. The Aboriginal Community Support Worker Certificate program launches on November 28 at the College’s Salmon Arm campus. It will include a practicum with…

Yukon College orientation week activities immerse students in community stories

Yukon College

Everyone has a story to tell, and as part of this year’s Orientation Week activities Yukon College is inviting a few Yukoners to share their stories to help strengthen the connection between College students and the local community. The story-sharing event, which will take place on Tuesday, September 5, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. in…

Selkirk College Distinguished Alumna is Courageous and Compassionate Nurse

Selkirk College

Selkirk College recently awarded family nurse practitioner Patrice Gordon with the Distinguished Alumna honour at the Graduation 2017 ceremony held at the Castlegar Campus. The earnest professional provides compassionate care to isolated First Nations communities in British Columbia’s Chilcotin region while responding to crises world-wide as part of the Canadian Red Cross Emergency Response Unit.…

Le CCNB, fier partenaire de l’Arbre de l’espoir!

CCNB

Au moins neuf programmes du CCNB : Campus de Dieppe contribueront dans un cadre pédagogique à l’organisation du Radiothon de l’Arbre de l’espoir qui se déroulera le vendredi 24 novembre à ce campus. Le Radiothon, qui est la grande finale de la campagne annuelle de l’Arbre de l’espoir, est présenté au CCNB – Campus de Dieppe…

Durham College art instructor’s unique project invites the community to take part

Durham College

from The Oshawa Express: A single person’s life is filled with countless stories. Some of them happy, some of them sad, some exciting and other times tragic; for one local artist, those stories can be the gateway to something bigger, and she’s looking to channel that idea into her latest project. Dani Crosby, an Oshawa…

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