Art Thompson, renowned Indigenous artist, was an alumnus and long-time friend of Camosun. In his honour, and on the occasion of the college's 50th anniversary, this is his story.
When Camosun College invited students to get creative and help commemorate its 50th anniversary celebrations this year, the resulting entries showed off the depth and breadth of talent.
VICTORIA, B.C. – Students at Camosun College will see a new design on their college credentials with the use of the first official institutional seal on certificates, diplomas and degrees.
The simulation game, called “Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Exacerbation“ is designed for intermediate level nursing students at Camosun as well as for students at partner institutions.
Camosun Medical Radiography student receives major bursary from Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan).
A range of enhanced student programs and services that directly benefit students will soon be coming to Camosun College.
Fuelled by the pioneering sim(PLY) technology designed by Clemson University, Camosun Innovates is manufacturing a proof-of-concept housing structure —the first step in an international post-secondary and community partnership.
“The Interaction Lab has landed at the doorstep of Camosun College,” says Dr. Tim Walzak, Director of Camosun Innovates. “It’s truly a world class space and it has exceeded my expectations about how it’s shaping up.”
The opening of the Babcock Canada Interaction Lab represents a symbolic reawakening of the spirit of applied learning throughout the college, explains Camosun’s Director of Applied Learning Nancy Sly.
Camosun alumnus Hebron Watson believes that virtual reality will revolutionize local manufacturing and enhance the educational experience.
Camosun College and Babcock Canada have joined forces for an exciting virtual reality ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open the new Babcock Canada Interaction Lab at the college’s Interurban campus.
Pilots battling forest fires across the province endure unique stresses and challenges, explains Rich Burman, Interaction Lead for the Camosun Innovates team.