Congratulations to all of our Interior Decorating students on their beautiful Winter Festival of Lights displays.
Retired professor and Wireless Telecommunications program coordinator, Phil Anderson has been inducted into the Canadian Amateur Radio Hall of Fame for "outstanding achievement and excellence of the highest degree, for serious sustained service to Amateur Radio, or to Amateur Radio at large."
Civil Engineering Technology students strike a pose during final exams with their instructor Adriana Mema, using the Civil branded bookstore sweaters.
To Employers, Students, Faculty and Staff, join us as we acknowledge all of our Employers who made a valuable contribution to student learning and success over the Summer 2017 work term, and say “well done” to the students who had a successful placement. Help us congratulate students as they receive their Certificates to acknowledge their accomplishment.
Work Placement will change your life! Not only do employers prefer to hire grads with work term experience, students who successfully participate in work placement typically have better job prospects upon graduation, and earn higher wages.
Come wish Electromechanical Engineering Technology grads Theo Willert and Avery Bird good luck before they leave to represent Canada at WorldSkills 2017 in Abu Dhabi!