The first-ever 16-week Science of Early Child Development (SECD) International Course, co-facilitated by Red River College and Aga Khan University in Nairobi, recently came to an end this fall.
The course was a key component of the year-long World Bank Africa Early Years Fellowship, created for the purpose of assembling a select group of African professionals to work at capacity-building in their home countries, in support of governments and World Bank teams as they ramp up investments in early years resources.
Read about the experience here.
Business students from Red River College let their creative concepts take flight this afternoon, at the first-ever Dragonfly Den event showcasing social innovation in entrepreneurship. Read More →
Manitoba’s vehicle and construction industries are going virtual. Representatives from heavy vehicle manufacturing and construction firms participated in a live demonstration yesterday of Librestream Technologies’ award-winning Onsight Collaboration Platform, which allows companies to bring their experts to field situations virtually, from anywhere, at any time.
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We are excited to announce that student applications are now being accepted for the second-annual Applied Research & Innovation Day taking place on Thursday, April 5, 2018. Students have a chance to display your research, meet potential employers, and win over $3,000 in cash prizes! Read More →
The Green Jobs – Science and Technology Internship Program is a federal program that provides funding to organizations, businesses and institutions to hire post-secondary graduates in the natural resource sectors in a science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) field. This helps young graduates to gain relevant and meaningful work experience within their field of study.
Hiring organizations can receive a contribution payment for up to 50% of the intern’s salary to a maximum of $15,000 for a 6-12 month internship. Read More →
Natural Resources Canada have two programs that may be of interest to faculty and staff at Red River College.
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Red River College was cited as an example of how colleges can accelerate innovation in Canada during a Globe & Mail Q&A with Denise Amyot, president and CEO of Colleges and Institutes Canada on November 21, 2017. We are sharing an extract of the Q&A here for educational purposes. Read More →
Move over, Princess Peach – there’s a new racer in town. Twenty-three-year-old Automotive Technician student Daren Nuevo will soon be getting behind the wheel of SpaRRCky, Red River College’s battery-electric racecar. Read More →
A pair of Red River College (RRC) Nursing students have returned home with some new hardware and a greater sense of pride in their work. Elyse Griffith (2nd year) and Rachel Rubin (3rd year) took first place amongst international student competitors, earning a Silver medal overall, in the 7th annual International Nursing Competition held in Shanghai, China. Read More →
NSERC has recently launched its annual Science Exposed contest, in collaboration with l’Acfas. The research image contest challenges Canadians to combine creativity and science for a chance to win one of four cash prizes of $2,000. Read More →