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Thunder Bay college axing three programs

Thunder Bay college axing three programs

Lack of jobs and low enrollment cited for decision to shutter programs at Confederation College.
Companies, students go head-to-head in annual competition

Companies, students go head-to-head in annual competition

Goodman School of Mines hosting challenge where undergraduates choose a mining company for investment
New scholarship to support post-secondary mining students

New scholarship to support post-secondary mining students

Orefinders and IAMGOLD teaming up with Young Mining Professionals
Sudbury college launching environmental technician program this fall

Sudbury college launching environmental technician program this fall

Program among six new offerings slated to start in September
Laurentain workplace safety researchers receive more than $300K in provincial funds

Laurentain workplace safety researchers receive more than $300K in provincial funds

University has a dedicated centre for occupational health and safety research
Cheers to research funding

Cheers to research funding

Southern Ontario universities clean up on $137-million provincial research funding spending spree
Indigenous training college opens new campus in North Bay

Indigenous training college opens new campus in North Bay

Program options include in-class instruction, online studies and apprenticeship training.
Anishinabek Nation Education Agreement Act becomes law

Anishinabek Nation Education Agreement Act becomes law

Legislation allows for Anishinabek to create own education system
Algoma University to offer pathway to engineering program

Algoma University to offer pathway to engineering program

Students can then transfer to Laurentian University in Sudbury.
Gold challenge queued up for this January

Gold challenge queued up for this January

Contest presents university students with real-life mining investment scenarios.