Interested in GIS technology and how ESRI’s ArcGIS platform is transforming the way people use geographic information? Come out to hear the ESRI regional representatives answer these questions and where GIS future directions lie.
To help support the Mir Centre for Peace Lecture Series for years to come, Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) has contributed $25,000 to its Endowment Fund. The endowment investment will help offset the costs incurred to bring diverse and inspiring local and international speakers to the region.
Juggernaut Marketing Communications and Selkirk College have teamed up to offer businesses a rare opportunity to improve their return on investment with the introduction of the 7 Slices of Marketing Success Program starting February 18. This fun and educational opportunity has been developed specifically for businesses that are already established and looking for ways to improve their existing Marketing and Sales.
The team behind the Columbia River Basin Biodiversity Atlas is pleased to announce that, after much hard work and collaboration, a new version of the Atlas is now available for everyone to experience at: www.biodiversityatlas.org.
The team behind the Biodiversity Atlas which includes the SGRC and other project partners (Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program, Columbia Basin Trust and The Nature Trust of BC) are pleased to announce a major revision and launch of the enhanced website and web mapping tools.
A new partnership between Teck Metals Ltd. Trail Operations and Selkirk College called “TeckServ” has created an annual fund to provide support for Selkirk College students to undertake local community-based research projects.
Selkirk College’s Mir Centre for Peace in Castlegar in partnership with Touchstones Nelson – Museum of Art and History are sharing the exhibition Kandahar through Afghan Eyes 2010; an alternate perspective about the realities of life in the province of Kandahar.
For the first time in its 44-year history, Selkirk College will offer a Carpentry Foundation program at its Grand Forks campus.
The 24-week program starts January 13, 2011, and is full with 16 accepted students and a wait list.
Selkirk College has joined forces with TRIUMF—a consortium of 15 universities in Canada whose purpose is to conduct world-class experimental research in subatomic physics and nuclear medicine and to commercialize its spin-off technologies.
Selkirk College recently received two large grants on behalf of faculty member Delia Roberts to conduct research projects focusing on injury prevention and performance enhancement for the ski and trucking industries.