Last night The Honourable George Qulaut (MLA for Amittuq and Speaker of the Legislative Assembly) and The Honourable Paul Quassa (MLA for Aggu and Minister of Education / Minister Responsible for Nunavut Arctic College) arrived in Hall Beach for a short stay, the focus of which was to lead a general town meeting.
Year one NTEP students in the community of Arviat have been using their newly acquired knowledge in Forensic Science and DNA Analysis to work on an unsolved COLD CASE. This is a component of Biology 140 - Forensic Science. The Instructor for the course is Ron Pittman. We commend the NTEP students for their commitment, interest and dedication to the course objectives.
Congratulations to Nunavut Teacher Education Program students Elizabeth Ryan (Year 4 / NTEP / Iqaluit) and Connie Curley (Year 2 / NTEP / Hall Beach). These students have been chosen as this year's recipients of an IODE Shirley Cheshire Memorial Scholarship. Each of these scholarships is in the amount of $ 2500.
The Education Programs division, Nunavut Arctic College, has been presenting an ambitious and progressive Early Childhood Education (ECE) program in a pan Nunavut format.
WHITEHORSE - Yukon College and Nunavut Arctic College have been recognized for Northern Adult Basic Education (NABE) programs offered by each institution in 2013.