Saskatchewan Polytechnic Newshttps://saskpolytech.ca/newsSaskatchewan Polytechnic News RSS Feeden-usSun, 13 Oct 2019 10:15:45 GMThttp://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rssOmniUpdate (OU Publish)Barb Gustafson recognized for contributions to education sector https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/barb-gustafson.aspxOctober 11, 2019 – Saskatchewan Polytechnic is pleased to share that Dr. Barb Gustafson, acting special advisor to the provost at Sask Polytech, has been selected as one of 100 Notable Women for the Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW).communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Thu, 10 Oct 2019 10:55:05 GMTBarb Gustafson recognized for contributions to education sector October 11, 2019 – Saskatchewan Polytechnic is pleased to share that Dr. Barb Gustafson, acting special advisor to the provost at Sask Polytech, has been selected as one of 100 Notable Women for the Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW).Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/barb-gustafson.aspxJames Smith Cree Nation and Saskatchewan Polytechnic create partnership https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/james-smith-cree-nation.aspxOctober 3, 2019 – James Smith Cree Nation, James Smith Cree Nation Medical Clinic and Saskatchewan Polytechnic signed an agreement today to strengthen their relationship and explore opportunities to collaborate in academic, applied research and scholarly endeavours. This partnership will explore the possibility of delivering training programs for radiologic technologists and related fields at the James Smith Cree Nation Medical Clinic. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Thu, 03 Oct 2019 13:16:34 GMTJames Smith Cree Nation and Saskatchewan Polytechnic create partnership October 3, 2019 – James Smith Cree Nation, James Smith Cree Nation Medical Clinic and Saskatchewan Polytechnic signed an agreement today to strengthen their relationship and explore opportunities to collaborate in academic, applied research and scholarly endeavours. This partnership will explore the possibility of delivering training programs for radiologic technologists and related fields at the James Smith Cree Nation Medical Clinic. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/james-smith-cree-nation.aspxWomen in trades continues innovative path towards traininghttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/women-in-trades-continues-innovative-path-towards-training.aspxWomen in Trades & Technology (WITT) at Saskatchewan Polytechnic has been dedicated to increasing the number of women in Saskatchewan trades and technology for over 30 years. For three decades WITT has been developing innovative camps, workshops and mentorships for women and girls interested in trades and technology. WITT continues to build new collaborative relationships and update programming to stay relevant to the needs of women and girls today. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Tue, 01 Oct 2019 08:27:47 GMTWomen in trades continues innovative path towards trainingWomen in Trades & Technology (WITT) at Saskatchewan Polytechnic has been dedicated to increasing the number of women in Saskatchewan trades and technology for over 30 years. For three decades WITT has been developing innovative camps, workshops and mentorships for women and girls interested in trades and technology. WITT continues to build new collaborative relationships and update programming to stay relevant to the needs of women and girls today. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/women-in-trades-continues-innovative-path-towards-training.aspx45 students and professionals volunteer at Sask Polytech Northern Health and Wellness Days presented by Camecohttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/northern-health-and-wellness-days-presented-by-cameco.aspxSeptember 30, 2019 – The communities of La Loche and Clearwater River Dene Nation were all smiles at the Northern Health and Wellness Days presented by Cameco. The event saw Saskatchewan Polytechnic Dental Hygiene advanced diploma students and Sask Polytech/University of Regina Saskatchewan Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing (SCBScN) students partnering with the Northern Inter-Tribal Health Authority, Saskatchewan Health Authority and dental health professional volunteers to host dental and health clinics in both communities. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Mon, 30 Sep 2019 07:42:13 GMT45 students and professionals volunteer at Sask Polytech Northern Health and Wellness Days presented by CamecoSeptember 30, 2019 – The communities of La Loche and Clearwater River Dene Nation were all smiles at the Northern Health and Wellness Days presented by Cameco. The event saw Saskatchewan Polytechnic Dental Hygiene advanced diploma students and Sask Polytech/University of Regina Saskatchewan Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing (SCBScN) students partnering with the Northern Inter-Tribal Health Authority, Saskatchewan Health Authority and dental health professional volunteers to host dental and health clinics in both communities. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/northern-health-and-wellness-days-presented-by-cameco.aspxCollaboration continues at Hannin Creek Education and Applied Research Centre https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/hannin-creek-weather-station.aspxA new partnership has emerged through the Hannin Creek Education and Applied Research Centre (HCEARC). This summer the Global Institute for Water Security at the University of Saskatchewan permanently installed a weather station and five soil moisture sensors at the HCEARC. The weather station and soil sensors will be used by Saskatchewan Polytechnic and USask for teaching, training and research and applied research projects. The installation of these instruments represents the start of a mutually beneficial partnership between Sask Polytech and USask. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Thu, 26 Sep 2019 07:46:26 GMTCollaboration continues at Hannin Creek Education and Applied Research Centre A new partnership has emerged through the Hannin Creek Education and Applied Research Centre (HCEARC). This summer the Global Institute for Water Security at the University of Saskatchewan permanently installed a weather station and five soil moisture sensors at the HCEARC. The weather station and soil sensors will be used by Saskatchewan Polytechnic and USask for teaching, training and research and applied research projects. The installation of these instruments represents the start of a mutually beneficial partnership between Sask Polytech and USask. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/hannin-creek-weather-station.aspxSpartan Controls $1.015M donation supports students, strengthens Saskatchewan Polytechnic engineering programs https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/spartan-controls-donation.aspxSeptember 17, 2019 – Spartan Controls’ $1.015 million donation to Saskatchewan Polytechnic will support student success. Over the next 10 years, new equipment will be provided to continuously update the Instrumentation Engineering Technology and Power Engineering Technology training labs with leading edge technology. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Tue, 17 Sep 2019 07:50:10 GMTSpartan Controls $1.015M donation supports students, strengthens Saskatchewan Polytechnic engineering programs September 17, 2019 – Spartan Controls’ $1.015 million donation to Saskatchewan Polytechnic will support student success. Over the next 10 years, new equipment will be provided to continuously update the Instrumentation Engineering Technology and Power Engineering Technology training labs with leading edge technology. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/spartan-controls-donation.aspxSaskatchewan Polytechnic offers free training for under-represented groups looking to explore a career in the trades https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/free-training-for-under-represented-groups-looking-to-explore-a-career-in-the-trades.aspxSeptember 10, 2019 – To help women, Indigenous peoples, newcomers and persons with disabilities explore or start a career in the trades, Saskatchewan Polytechnic is removing barriers for under-represented groups to better support a skilled, inclusive, certified and productive trades workforce. Funding is provided by the Government of Canada's Skilled Trades Awareness and Readiness (STAR) Program. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Tue, 10 Sep 2019 00:45:46 GMTSaskatchewan Polytechnic offers free training for under-represented groups looking to explore a career in the trades September 10, 2019 – To help women, Indigenous peoples, newcomers and persons with disabilities explore or start a career in the trades, Saskatchewan Polytechnic is removing barriers for under-represented groups to better support a skilled, inclusive, certified and productive trades workforce. Funding is provided by the Government of Canada's Skilled Trades Awareness and Readiness (STAR) Program. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/free-training-for-under-represented-groups-looking-to-explore-a-career-in-the-trades.aspxDr. Susan Blum announced as new NRC Council member https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/susan-blum-announced-as-new-nrc-member.aspxAugust 26, 2019 – Saskatchewan Polytechnic is pleased to share that Dr. Susan Blum, associate vice-president, Applied Research and Innovation at Sask Polytech, has been appointed to the National Research Council Canada (NRC) Council by the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, and the Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport.communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Mon, 26 Aug 2019 11:23:59 GMTDr. Susan Blum announced as new NRC Council member August 26, 2019 – Saskatchewan Polytechnic is pleased to share that Dr. Susan Blum, associate vice-president, Applied Research and Innovation at Sask Polytech, has been appointed to the National Research Council Canada (NRC) Council by the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, and the Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport.Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/susan-blum-announced-as-new-nrc-member.aspxSaskatchewan Polytechnic and University of Saskatchewan expand learning pathways for mining engineering technology students https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/saskpolytech-usask-mining-engineering-technology.aspxAugust 22, 2019 – Saskatchewan Polytechnic and the University of Saskatchewan have signed an agreement that enables graduates of the Sask Polytech Mining Engineering Technology diploma program to transfer into the Bachelor of Science in Engineering – Geological Engineering program at USask. This means students can graduate with both a Sask Polytech diploma and a USask degree after only five years of study. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Wed, 21 Aug 2019 10:01:18 GMTSaskatchewan Polytechnic and University of Saskatchewan expand learning pathways for mining engineering technology students August 22, 2019 – Saskatchewan Polytechnic and the University of Saskatchewan have signed an agreement that enables graduates of the Sask Polytech Mining Engineering Technology diploma program to transfer into the Bachelor of Science in Engineering – Geological Engineering program at USask. This means students can graduate with both a Sask Polytech diploma and a USask degree after only five years of study. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/saskpolytech-usask-mining-engineering-technology.aspxCWB Welding Foundation launches Introduction to Welding Program for Women with Funding from the Government of Canadahttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/cwb-welding-foundation-launches-introduction-to-welding-program-for-women.aspxAugust 19, 2019- Regina, SK- The CWB Welding Foundation’s “Women of Steel: Forging New Opportunities” introductory welding program is taking place at Saskatchewan Polytechnic August 19-23, 2019. This 30 Hour pre-employment technical skills development program, developed by the Canadian Welding Bureau, will be delivered across Canada this year in collaboration with six post-secondary institutions. The program is generously funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Skilled Trades Awareness and Readiness Program.communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Mon, 19 Aug 2019 08:22:08 GMTCWB Welding Foundation launches Introduction to Welding Program for Women with Funding from the Government of CanadaAugust 19, 2019- Regina, SK- The CWB Welding Foundation’s “Women of Steel: Forging New Opportunities” introductory welding program is taking place at Saskatchewan Polytechnic August 19-23, 2019. This 30 Hour pre-employment technical skills development program, developed by the Canadian Welding Bureau, will be delivered across Canada this year in collaboration with six post-secondary institutions. The program is generously funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Skilled Trades Awareness and Readiness Program.Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/cwb-welding-foundation-launches-introduction-to-welding-program-for-women.aspxTwo Sask Polytech students competing at WorldSkills in Russia https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/two-sask-polytech-students-competing-at-worldskills-in-russia.aspxAdam Sebastien of Regina and Ryan Folk of Stoughton, Sask are competing with Team Canada at WorldSkills 2019 in Kazan, Russia. Sebastien’s skill is welding and Folk’s skill is electrical installations. Sebastien previously completed Sask Polytech’s welding certificate and is currently an apprenticeship students. Folk is also an apprenticeship student. Sebastien and Folk are two out of just 32 young Canadians who form WorldSkills' Team Canada. Both have worked extremely hard and have competed in multiple competitions in preparation for the prestigious WorldSkills international competition. In addition to winning a medal at the Skills Canada National Competition (SCNC), both students were required to attend WorldSkills Canadian trials earlier this year to qualify for Team Canada. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Tue, 13 Aug 2019 11:28:29 GMTTwo Sask Polytech students competing at WorldSkills in Russia Adam Sebastien of Regina and Ryan Folk of Stoughton, Sask are competing with Team Canada at WorldSkills 2019 in Kazan, Russia. Sebastien’s skill is welding and Folk’s skill is electrical installations. Sebastien previously completed Sask Polytech’s welding certificate and is currently an apprenticeship students. Folk is also an apprenticeship student. Sebastien and Folk are two out of just 32 young Canadians who form WorldSkills' Team Canada. Both have worked extremely hard and have competed in multiple competitions in preparation for the prestigious WorldSkills international competition. In addition to winning a medal at the Skills Canada National Competition (SCNC), both students were required to attend WorldSkills Canadian trials earlier this year to qualify for Team Canada. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/two-sask-polytech-students-competing-at-worldskills-in-russia.aspxCarlton Trail College and Sask Polytech partnership boosts funding for trades traininghttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/partnership-boosts-funding-for-trades-training.aspxJuly 30, 2019 – To help women, Indigenous peoples, newcomers and persons with disabilities start a career in the trades, Carlton Trail College is offering bursaries to better support a skilled, inclusive, certified and productive trades workforce by improving the efficiency and effectiveness of training provided. The bursaries and funding are made possible by the Government of Canada's Skilled Trades Awareness and Readiness (STAR) Program and collaborative partnership with Saskatchewan Polytechnic. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Tue, 30 Jul 2019 10:23:56 GMTCarlton Trail College and Sask Polytech partnership boosts funding for trades trainingJuly 30, 2019 – To help women, Indigenous peoples, newcomers and persons with disabilities start a career in the trades, Carlton Trail College is offering bursaries to better support a skilled, inclusive, certified and productive trades workforce by improving the efficiency and effectiveness of training provided. The bursaries and funding are made possible by the Government of Canada's Skilled Trades Awareness and Readiness (STAR) Program and collaborative partnership with Saskatchewan Polytechnic. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/partnership-boosts-funding-for-trades-training.aspxSask Polytech’s Bachelor of Construction Management offered onlinehttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/bachelor-of-construction-management-offered-online.aspxFast-tracking graduates up the construction-management ladder, Saskatchewan Polytechnic will be offering its Bachelor of Construction Management (BCM) degree program online starting this September. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Tue, 23 Jul 2019 09:44:22 GMTSask Polytech’s Bachelor of Construction Management offered onlineFast-tracking graduates up the construction-management ladder, Saskatchewan Polytechnic will be offering its Bachelor of Construction Management (BCM) degree program online starting this September. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/bachelor-of-construction-management-offered-online.aspxOpportunities for women in trades https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/opportunities-for-women-in-trades.aspxRight now there are excellent opportunities available for women considering a career in the trades. There are many grants, supports, resources and opportunities exclusively for women looking to start their career in the trades or ready for a career change. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Tue, 23 Jul 2019 08:12:05 GMTOpportunities for women in trades Right now there are excellent opportunities available for women considering a career in the trades. There are many grants, supports, resources and opportunities exclusively for women looking to start their career in the trades or ready for a career change. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/opportunities-for-women-in-trades.aspxSask Polytech promoting hands-on learning at summer campshttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/summer-camps-hands-on.aspxJuly 23, 2019 – Saskatchewan Polytechnic is offering summer camps in Saskatoon this July and August for kids age five to 15. Led by faculty, students and alumni, Sask Polytech camps provide a safe and fun environment for kids to explore new interests, discover new talents and make new friends.communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Tue, 23 Jul 2019 07:25:07 GMTSask Polytech promoting hands-on learning at summer campsJuly 23, 2019 – Saskatchewan Polytechnic is offering summer camps in Saskatoon this July and August for kids age five to 15. Led by faculty, students and alumni, Sask Polytech camps provide a safe and fun environment for kids to explore new interests, discover new talents and make new friends.Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/summer-camps-hands-on.aspxMobile training labs fueling the advancement of trades certificationhttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/mobile-training-labs.aspxClassrooms have reached beyond their bricks and mortar boundaries, reaching students from La Loche in the northwest to Estevan in the southeast, thanks to three state-of-the-art Saskatchewan Polytechnic mobile training labs. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Wed, 10 Jul 2019 15:17:30 GMTMobile training labs fueling the advancement of trades certificationClassrooms have reached beyond their bricks and mortar boundaries, reaching students from La Loche in the northwest to Estevan in the southeast, thanks to three state-of-the-art Saskatchewan Polytechnic mobile training labs. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/mobile-training-labs.aspxMind Over Metal welding camp at Sask Polytech is making futures bright https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/mind-over-metal.aspxJuly 10, 2018 –The Saskatchewan Polytechnic Women in Trades and Technology (WITT) program has partnered with the CWB Welding Foundation to host Mind Over Metal welding summer camps for girls in grades 9-12. The week-long camp is being hosted at Sask Polytech Prince Albert and Moose Jaw campuses with athird camp, sponsored by Enbridge, being run at the Regina campus. The CWB Welding Foundation hosted its first welding camp in Edmonton in the summer of 2014, and to date has completed nearly 170 camps across Canada.communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Wed, 10 Jul 2019 08:40:18 GMTMind Over Metal welding camp at Sask Polytech is making futures bright July 10, 2018 –The Saskatchewan Polytechnic Women in Trades and Technology (WITT) program has partnered with the CWB Welding Foundation to host Mind Over Metal welding summer camps for girls in grades 9-12. The week-long camp is being hosted at Sask Polytech Prince Albert and Moose Jaw campuses with athird camp, sponsored by Enbridge, being run at the Regina campus. The CWB Welding Foundation hosted its first welding camp in Edmonton in the summer of 2014, and to date has completed nearly 170 camps across Canada.Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/mind-over-metal.aspxSask Polytech promoting girl-power in trades camp https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/promoting-girl-power-in-trades-camp.aspxJuly 10, 2019 – Trades and technology camps designed for girls ages 12-15 are enabling participants to discover their inner handy-woman. Put on by Saskatchewan Polytechnic, the week-long Girls Exploring Trades and Technology (GETT) camps provide participants with a safe, supportive environment to explore the tools, equipment and skills needed for a trades and technology career. GETT campers are taught a variety of trades and technology skills with the final project being a desk made of upcycled wooden pallets. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Wed, 10 Jul 2019 08:31:47 GMTSask Polytech promoting girl-power in trades camp July 10, 2019 – Trades and technology camps designed for girls ages 12-15 are enabling participants to discover their inner handy-woman. Put on by Saskatchewan Polytechnic, the week-long Girls Exploring Trades and Technology (GETT) camps provide participants with a safe, supportive environment to explore the tools, equipment and skills needed for a trades and technology career. GETT campers are taught a variety of trades and technology skills with the final project being a desk made of upcycled wooden pallets. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/promoting-girl-power-in-trades-camp.aspxCelebrating excellence in teaching and applied researchhttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/celebrating-excellence-in-teaching-and-applied-research.aspxConvocation is not only a time to celebrate the success of our students, it is an opportunity to recognize the contributions of our faculty members. Through the Faculty Award for Excellence: Teaching and Applied Research Award of Excellence we acknowledge outstanding faculty members who go above and beyond.communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Tue, 02 Jul 2019 13:56:11 GMTCelebrating excellence in teaching and applied researchConvocation is not only a time to celebrate the success of our students, it is an opportunity to recognize the contributions of our faculty members. Through the Faculty Award for Excellence: Teaching and Applied Research Award of Excellence we acknowledge outstanding faculty members who go above and beyond.Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/celebrating-excellence-in-teaching-and-applied-research.aspxSask Polytech Architectural Technologies Student Competition Designs Receive Awards https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/architectural-technologies-student-competition-designs-receive-awards.aspxJune 26, 2019 – Saskatchewan Polytechnic Architectural Technology students received awards for their construction related designs at the Construction Specifications Canada national gathering in Regina. Sask Polytech students are encouraged and supported by faculty to compete in provincial and national competitions or to partner with business, industry and the community on projects that provide real world solutions to today's challenges. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Wed, 26 Jun 2019 15:16:18 GMTSask Polytech Architectural Technologies Student Competition Designs Receive Awards June 26, 2019 – Saskatchewan Polytechnic Architectural Technology students received awards for their construction related designs at the Construction Specifications Canada national gathering in Regina. Sask Polytech students are encouraged and supported by faculty to compete in provincial and national competitions or to partner with business, industry and the community on projects that provide real world solutions to today's challenges. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/architectural-technologies-student-competition-designs-receive-awards.aspxSaskatchewan Polytechnic students set the stage for Sweeney Toddhttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/students-set-the-stage-for-sweeney-todd.aspxEight Saskatchewan Polytechnic students enroled in the Carpentry Applied Certificate program have—literally—helped set the stage for the Saskatoon Summer Players upcoming production of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Wed, 26 Jun 2019 08:37:46 GMTSaskatchewan Polytechnic students set the stage for Sweeney ToddEight Saskatchewan Polytechnic students enroled in the Carpentry Applied Certificate program have—literally—helped set the stage for the Saskatoon Summer Players upcoming production of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/students-set-the-stage-for-sweeney-todd.aspxMurad Al-Katib receives honorary diploma at Regina Convocationhttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/murad-al-katib-honorary-diploma.aspxThis year marks 15 years since Saskatchewan Polytechnic awarded its first honorary diploma. This annual tradition recognizes extraordinary individuals for their distinguished achievements and for modelling the institution’s vision and values.communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Mon, 24 Jun 2019 08:40:32 GMTMurad Al-Katib receives honorary diploma at Regina ConvocationThis year marks 15 years since Saskatchewan Polytechnic awarded its first honorary diploma. This annual tradition recognizes extraordinary individuals for their distinguished achievements and for modelling the institution’s vision and values.Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/murad-al-katib-honorary-diploma.aspxSaskatchewan Polytechnic celebrates graduates at Regina convocation https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/regina-convocation.aspxJune 20, 2019 – Tomorrow Saskatchewan Polytechnic will celebrate the accomplishments of graduates along with award recipients at the Regina campus convocation. Nearly 1,200 students have been invited to attend Regina convocation. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Wed, 19 Jun 2019 14:29:24 GMTSaskatchewan Polytechnic celebrates graduates at Regina convocation June 20, 2019 – Tomorrow Saskatchewan Polytechnic will celebrate the accomplishments of graduates along with award recipients at the Regina campus convocation. Nearly 1,200 students have been invited to attend Regina convocation. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/regina-convocation.aspxSaskatchewan Polytechnic is helping put Mac back on the maphttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/mac-the-moose.aspxSaskatchewan Polytechnic faculty and students are sharing their talents to help bring bragging rights back to Moose Jaw this summer. Volunteers from a variety of programs are offering their time and applying their expertise and training to ensure Mac the Moose reclaims his rightful title as the largest moose statue in the world. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Thu, 13 Jun 2019 10:51:19 GMTSaskatchewan Polytechnic is helping put Mac back on the mapSaskatchewan Polytechnic faculty and students are sharing their talents to help bring bragging rights back to Moose Jaw this summer. Volunteers from a variety of programs are offering their time and applying their expertise and training to ensure Mac the Moose reclaims his rightful title as the largest moose statue in the world. Image Credit: Tourism Moose Jawhttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/mac-the-moose.aspxRalph Boychuk receives honorary diploma at Prince Albert Convocationhttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/ralph-boychuk.aspxThe recipient of the Prince Albert campus honorary diploma is Ralph Boychuk. As a former 39-year commercial banker, Ralph has provided advice and strategy to thousands of people and businesses to support them in accomplishing what matters most, in ways that bring prosperity and success. By tailoring lending solutions that impacted sources and uses of cash to minimize stress on the workplace and balance sheet, Ralph helped companies and their owners generate stronger results and created more satisfying work experiences. His clients called on him to help them identify financial solutions to expand and grow their companies. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Fri, 07 Jun 2019 13:39:50 GMTRalph Boychuk receives honorary diploma at Prince Albert ConvocationThe recipient of the Prince Albert campus honorary diploma is Ralph Boychuk. As a former 39-year commercial banker, Ralph has provided advice and strategy to thousands of people and businesses to support them in accomplishing what matters most, in ways that bring prosperity and success. By tailoring lending solutions that impacted sources and uses of cash to minimize stress on the workplace and balance sheet, Ralph helped companies and their owners generate stronger results and created more satisfying work experiences. His clients called on him to help them identify financial solutions to expand and grow their companies. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/ralph-boychuk.aspxSask Polytech students win big at Skills Canada provincial and national competitionshttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/skills-canada-provincial-and-national-competitions.aspxIn April, Saskatchewan Polytechnic students representing a variety of programs participated in the provincial Skills Canada competition — an Olympic-style competition that celebrates student skills in more than 30 trade and technology areas.communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Fri, 07 Jun 2019 07:56:01 GMTSask Polytech students win big at Skills Canada provincial and national competitionsIn April, Saskatchewan Polytechnic students representing a variety of programs participated in the provincial Skills Canada competition — an Olympic-style competition that celebrates student skills in more than 30 trade and technology areas.Image Credit: Skills Canada Saskatchewan https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/skills-canada-provincial-and-national-competitions.aspxSaskatchewan Polytechnic celebrates graduates at Prince Albert convocation https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/prince-albert-convocation.aspxJune 6, 2019 – Tomorrow Saskatchewan Polytechnic will celebrate the accomplishments of graduates along with award recipients at the Prince Albert campus convocation. Nearly 1,000 students have been invited to attend Prince Albert convocation. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Thu, 06 Jun 2019 08:39:25 GMTSaskatchewan Polytechnic celebrates graduates at Prince Albert convocation June 6, 2019 – Tomorrow Saskatchewan Polytechnic will celebrate the accomplishments of graduates along with award recipients at the Prince Albert campus convocation. Nearly 1,000 students have been invited to attend Prince Albert convocation. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/prince-albert-convocation.aspxBroad spectrum of student projects at Sask Polytech Applied Research Student Showcase https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/applied-research-students-showcase.aspx“One of the main differences between Sask Polytech and other post-secondary institutions in the province is our strength in applied research,” says Dr. Larry Rosia, president and CEO. “Applied Research is where ideas intersect with reality and solutions to challenges are developed. Thank you to industry partners in attendance for supporting our students. Congratulations to all the students in this year’s showcase on a job well done.” communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Tue, 04 Jun 2019 11:29:35 GMTBroad spectrum of student projects at Sask Polytech Applied Research Student Showcase “One of the main differences between Sask Polytech and other post-secondary institutions in the province is our strength in applied research,” says Dr. Larry Rosia, president and CEO. “Applied Research is where ideas intersect with reality and solutions to challenges are developed. Thank you to industry partners in attendance for supporting our students. Congratulations to all the students in this year’s showcase on a job well done.” Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/applied-research-students-showcase.aspxSaskatchewan Polytechnic creates free online Indigenous Studies course https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/indigenous-mooc.aspxSituated on Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 territories, and Homeland of the Métis people, Saskatchewan Polytechnic is committed to the renewal of relationships — miyo wahkohtowin — with our Indigenous communities. Sask Polytech has created a free MOOC to provide an introduction to the diverse Indigenous cultural groups within Saskatchewan. Students will learn about the colonization of Indigenous peoples, reconciliation, Indigenous histories, perspectives, worldviews and approaches to learning.communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Mon, 03 Jun 2019 11:10:12 GMTSaskatchewan Polytechnic creates free online Indigenous Studies course Situated on Treaty 4 and Treaty 6 territories, and Homeland of the Métis people, Saskatchewan Polytechnic is committed to the renewal of relationships — miyo wahkohtowin — with our Indigenous communities. Sask Polytech has created a free MOOC to provide an introduction to the diverse Indigenous cultural groups within Saskatchewan. Students will learn about the colonization of Indigenous peoples, reconciliation, Indigenous histories, perspectives, worldviews and approaches to learning.Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/indigenous-mooc.aspxEdwards School of Business and Saskatchewan Polytechnic reaffirm partnershiphttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/edwards-sask-polytech-partnership.aspxJune 3, 2019 – After three years of partnership, the Edwards School of Business (Edwards) and Saskatchewan Polytechnic (Sask Polytech) have reaffirmed their educational relationship to work collaboratively and deliver students the highest quality Saskatchewan-based education. The new memorandum of understanding (MOU) was signed on May 31, 2019. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Mon, 03 Jun 2019 10:31:49 GMTEdwards School of Business and Saskatchewan Polytechnic reaffirm partnershipJune 3, 2019 – After three years of partnership, the Edwards School of Business (Edwards) and Saskatchewan Polytechnic (Sask Polytech) have reaffirmed their educational relationship to work collaboratively and deliver students the highest quality Saskatchewan-based education. The new memorandum of understanding (MOU) was signed on May 31, 2019. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/edwards-sask-polytech-partnership.aspxSaskatchewan Polytechnic Unveils New Equipmenthttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/sask-polytech-unveils-new-equipment.aspx The equipment, which includes four new 3D printers, a waterjet cutter and a portable 3D scanner, is located in the school’s Research, Additive Manufacturing and Prototyping (RAMP) facility. With the addition of this technology, the RAMP facility is the most advanced 3D printer facility in Saskatchewan, with the capacity to print in almost a dozen different materials, including metal.communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Mon, 03 Jun 2019 09:50:39 GMTSaskatchewan Polytechnic Unveils New Equipment The equipment, which includes four new 3D printers, a waterjet cutter and a portable 3D scanner, is located in the school’s Research, Additive Manufacturing and Prototyping (RAMP) facility. With the addition of this technology, the RAMP facility is the most advanced 3D printer facility in Saskatchewan, with the capacity to print in almost a dozen different materials, including metal.Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/sask-polytech-unveils-new-equipment.aspxGene Haas Foundation supports new manufacturing technology labhttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/gene-haas-foundation.aspxThis month Saskatchewan Polytechnic opened the Gene Haas Manufacturing Technology Lab. Two years ago the Gene Haas Foundation gifted Sask Polytech $435,000 to pay for renovations and construction at Regina campus to accommodate the installation of new Haas Automation equipment. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Mon, 03 Jun 2019 09:50:26 GMTGene Haas Foundation supports new manufacturing technology labThis month Saskatchewan Polytechnic opened the Gene Haas Manufacturing Technology Lab. Two years ago the Gene Haas Foundation gifted Sask Polytech $435,000 to pay for renovations and construction at Regina campus to accommodate the installation of new Haas Automation equipment. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/gene-haas-foundation.aspxNational collaboration leads to new project to enhance mine safety and productivity https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/imii-peck-tech-sask-polytech.aspxThe International Minerals Innovation Institute (IMII), Peck Tech and Saskatchewan Polytechnic recognize that mine safety is top of mind for many Saskatchewan companies. Now, a new underground wireless positioning system being developed at Saskatchewan Polytechnic promises to enhance mine safety while advancing automation at underground mines around the world. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Wed, 29 May 2019 09:03:26 GMTNational collaboration leads to new project to enhance mine safety and productivity The International Minerals Innovation Institute (IMII), Peck Tech and Saskatchewan Polytechnic recognize that mine safety is top of mind for many Saskatchewan companies. Now, a new underground wireless positioning system being developed at Saskatchewan Polytechnic promises to enhance mine safety while advancing automation at underground mines around the world. https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/imii-peck-tech-sask-polytech.aspxSaskatchewan Polytechnic raises rainbow flag for 2SLGBTQ+ community at all campuses for PRIDEhttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/saskatchewan-polytechnic-raises-rainbow-flag-for-pride.aspxThis May and June, the rainbow pride flag will be seen at our four main campuses to recognize Pride Week and to show Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s support for our 2SLGBTQ+ students, employee, their allies and communities. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Mon, 27 May 2019 08:19:39 GMTSaskatchewan Polytechnic raises rainbow flag for 2SLGBTQ+ community at all campuses for PRIDEThis May and June, the rainbow pride flag will be seen at our four main campuses to recognize Pride Week and to show Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s support for our 2SLGBTQ+ students, employee, their allies and communities. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/saskatchewan-polytechnic-raises-rainbow-flag-for-pride.aspxSaskatchewan Polytechnic presents THINK: The Future of Work, Innovation and Learning 2019https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/sask-polytech-presents-think-2019.aspxMay 23, 2019 –Saskatchewan Polytechnic brought the Saskatchewan community together today for THINK: The Future of Work, Innovation and Learning conference at the Queensbury Convention Centre at Evraz Place, Regina.communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Thu, 23 May 2019 00:01:32 GMTSaskatchewan Polytechnic presents THINK: The Future of Work, Innovation and Learning 2019May 23, 2019 –Saskatchewan Polytechnic brought the Saskatchewan community together today for THINK: The Future of Work, Innovation and Learning conference at the Queensbury Convention Centre at Evraz Place, Regina.Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/sask-polytech-presents-think-2019.aspxSaskatchewan Polytechnic celebrates graduates at Saskatoon convocation https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/saskatoon-convocation.aspxMay 23, 2019 – Tomorrow Saskatchewan Polytechnic will celebrate the accomplishments of graduates along with award recipients at the Saskatoon campus convocation. More than 1,600 students have been invited to attend Saskatoon convocation. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Fri, 10 May 2019 11:32:17 GMTSaskatchewan Polytechnic celebrates graduates at Saskatoon convocation May 23, 2019 – Tomorrow Saskatchewan Polytechnic will celebrate the accomplishments of graduates along with award recipients at the Saskatoon campus convocation. More than 1,600 students have been invited to attend Saskatoon convocation. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/saskatoon-convocation.aspxMerlis Belsher receives honorary diploma at Saskatoon Convocationhttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/merlis-belsher.aspxThis year marks 15 years since Saskatchewan Polytechnic awarded its first honorary diploma. This annual tradition recognizes extraordinary individuals for their distinguished achievements and for modelling the institution’s vision and values.communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Fri, 10 May 2019 10:38:35 GMTMerlis Belsher receives honorary diploma at Saskatoon ConvocationThis year marks 15 years since Saskatchewan Polytechnic awarded its first honorary diploma. This annual tradition recognizes extraordinary individuals for their distinguished achievements and for modelling the institution’s vision and values.Image Credit: Lifetouch Canadahttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/merlis-belsher.aspxSask Polytech students win big at Skills Canada Saskatchewan competitionhttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/skills-canada-saskatchewan-competition.aspxIn April, students representing a variety of programs participated in the provincial Skills Canada competition — an Olympic-style competition that celebrates student skills in more than 30 trade and technology areas.communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Fri, 10 May 2019 10:21:52 GMTSask Polytech students win big at Skills Canada Saskatchewan competitionIn April, students representing a variety of programs participated in the provincial Skills Canada competition — an Olympic-style competition that celebrates student skills in more than 30 trade and technology areas.Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/skills-canada-saskatchewan-competition.aspxFour Saskatchewan Polytechnic projects receive awards for sustainable development https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/awards-for-sustainable-development.aspxMay 9, 2019 – Today four Saskatchewan Polytechnic projects received awards from the Regional Centre of Expertise (RCE) Saskatchewan on Education for Sustainable Development hosted at the Hannin Creek Education and Applied Research Centre. Since 2007, RCE has organized the Saskatchewan Education for Sustainable Development Recognition event to honour local individuals, groups and organizations that have made innovative achievements in education that builds capacity for sustainable development in Saskatchewan. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Wed, 08 May 2019 16:14:38 GMTFour Saskatchewan Polytechnic projects receive awards for sustainable development May 9, 2019 – Today four Saskatchewan Polytechnic projects received awards from the Regional Centre of Expertise (RCE) Saskatchewan on Education for Sustainable Development hosted at the Hannin Creek Education and Applied Research Centre. Since 2007, RCE has organized the Saskatchewan Education for Sustainable Development Recognition event to honour local individuals, groups and organizations that have made innovative achievements in education that builds capacity for sustainable development in Saskatchewan. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/awards-for-sustainable-development.aspxSaskatchewan Polytechnic announces THINK: The Future of Work, Innovation, and Learning 2019https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/think-the-future-of-work-innovation-and-learning-2019.aspxApril 8, 2019—Saskatchewan Polytechnic presents THINK: The Future of Work, Innovation, and Learning 2019, a unique one-day conference that will explore the trends and challenges brought about by technological disruption and the changing nature of work.communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Mon, 06 May 2019 08:54:08 GMTSaskatchewan Polytechnic announces THINK: The Future of Work, Innovation, and Learning 2019April 8, 2019—Saskatchewan Polytechnic presents THINK: The Future of Work, Innovation, and Learning 2019, a unique one-day conference that will explore the trends and challenges brought about by technological disruption and the changing nature of work. https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/think-the-future-of-work-innovation-and-learning-2019.aspxFast track your career into nursinghttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/fast-track-your-career-into-nursing.aspxKatherine Michaluk is on the fast track towards a future career as a palliative care nurse, thanks to her existing bachelor’s degree and the After-Degree Nursing Program (ADNP) she started last September. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Mon, 06 May 2019 07:48:01 GMTFast track your career into nursingKatherine Michaluk is on the fast track towards a future career as a palliative care nurse, thanks to her existing bachelor’s degree and the After-Degree Nursing Program (ADNP) she started last September. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/fast-track-your-career-into-nursing.aspxSaskatchewan Polytechnic and SAIT partnership focuses on collaboration https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/sask-polytech-sait.aspxMay 3, 2019 – Saskatchewan Polytechnic and the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) today paving the way for future collaboration. Under the agreement, the two polytechnic institutions will share their expertise and resources to enhance programs and best practices in technical training and education.communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Fri, 03 May 2019 09:45:54 GMTSaskatchewan Polytechnic and SAIT partnership focuses on collaboration May 3, 2019 – Saskatchewan Polytechnic and the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) today paving the way for future collaboration. Under the agreement, the two polytechnic institutions will share their expertise and resources to enhance programs and best practices in technical training and education.Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/sask-polytech-sait.aspxDisplays recognize National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/displays-recognize-national-day-of-awareness.aspxMay 3, 2019 – Indigenous Strategy at Saskatchewan Polytechnic is creating red dress displays at our four main campus locations to honour Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) and recognize the National Day of Awareness for MMIWG on May 5. The campus displays will be up May 4-6, 2019 in Prince Albert, Regina and Saskatoon. Moose Jaw campus has a permanent MMIWG display. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Fri, 03 May 2019 07:14:45 GMTDisplays recognize National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls May 3, 2019 – Indigenous Strategy at Saskatchewan Polytechnic is creating red dress displays at our four main campus locations to honour Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) and recognize the National Day of Awareness for MMIWG on May 5. The campus displays will be up May 4-6, 2019 in Prince Albert, Regina and Saskatoon. Moose Jaw campus has a permanent MMIWG display. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/displays-recognize-national-day-of-awareness.aspxMemorandum of understanding leads to international learning for culinary arts students https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/universidad-cuauhtemoc.aspxMay 2, 2019 – Thanks to a memorandum of understanding signed by Saskatchewan Polytechnic and Universidad Cuauhtémoc, eight Culinary Arts students from Sask Polytech are embarking on a study abroad to Aguascalientes, Mexico in May. While in Mexico students will learn about Mexican culture, cuisine and participate in the Universidad Cuauhtémoc’s Culinary Arts program. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Thu, 02 May 2019 07:31:36 GMTMemorandum of understanding leads to international learning for culinary arts students May 2, 2019 – Thanks to a memorandum of understanding signed by Saskatchewan Polytechnic and Universidad Cuauhtémoc, eight Culinary Arts students from Sask Polytech are embarking on a study abroad to Aguascalientes, Mexico in May. While in Mexico students will learn about Mexican culture, cuisine and participate in the Universidad Cuauhtémoc’s Culinary Arts program. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/universidad-cuauhtemoc.aspxBow Valley College and Saskatchewan Polytechnic partner on essential skills training https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/essential-skills-training.aspxApril 29, 2019 – Bow Valley College and Saskatchewan Polytechnic are partnering through a multi-year agreement to embed essential skills supports into apprenticeship, applied certificate and certificate programs to improve learning outcomes for carpentry and electrical students. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Fri, 26 Apr 2019 10:23:15 GMTBow Valley College and Saskatchewan Polytechnic partner on essential skills training April 29, 2019 – Bow Valley College and Saskatchewan Polytechnic are partnering through a multi-year agreement to embed essential skills supports into apprenticeship, applied certificate and certificate programs to improve learning outcomes for carpentry and electrical students. Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/essential-skills-training.aspxSaskatchewan Polytechnic finishes sixth at Shell Eco-marathonhttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/sixth-shell-eco-marathon.aspxApril 29, 2019 – Saskatchewan Polytechnic students designed, built and tested two vehicles in the Prototype and Urban Concept categories for the Shell Eco-marathon energy-efficiency competition earlier this month in Sonoma, California. With a result of 1008 mpg US fuel efficiency, Sask Polytech earned a sixth place finish in the Prototype category. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Fri, 26 Apr 2019 10:05:55 GMTSaskatchewan Polytechnic finishes sixth at Shell Eco-marathonApril 29, 2019 – Saskatchewan Polytechnic students designed, built and tested two vehicles in the Prototype and Urban Concept categories for the Shell Eco-marathon energy-efficiency competition earlier this month in Sonoma, California. With a result of 1008 mpg US fuel efficiency, Sask Polytech earned a sixth place finish in the Prototype category. Image Credit: Shell Eco-marathon https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/sixth-shell-eco-marathon.aspxLt. Col. (retired) Maryse Carmichael receives honorary diploma at Moose Jaw Convocationhttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/lieutenant-colonel-maryse-carmichael.aspxThis year marks 15 years since Saskatchewan Polytechnic awarded its first honorary diploma. This annual tradition recognizes extraordinary individuals for their distinguished achievements and for modelling the institution’s vision and values.communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Fri, 26 Apr 2019 00:11:13 GMTLt. Col. (retired) Maryse Carmichael receives honorary diploma at Moose Jaw ConvocationThis year marks 15 years since Saskatchewan Polytechnic awarded its first honorary diploma. This annual tradition recognizes extraordinary individuals for their distinguished achievements and for modelling the institution’s vision and values.Image Credit: Saskatchewan Polytechnichttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/lieutenant-colonel-maryse-carmichael.aspxSaskatchewan Polytechnic celebrates graduates at Moose Jaw convocation https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/moose-jaw-convocation.aspxApril 25, 2019 – Tomorrow Saskatchewan Polytechnic will celebrate the accomplishments of graduates along with award recipients at the Moose Jaw campus convocation. More than 800 students have been invited to attend Moose Jaw convocation. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Thu, 25 Apr 2019 07:35:12 GMTSaskatchewan Polytechnic celebrates graduates at Moose Jaw convocation April 25, 2019 – Tomorrow Saskatchewan Polytechnic will celebrate the accomplishments of graduates along with award recipients at the Moose Jaw campus convocation. More than 800 students have been invited to attend Moose Jaw convocation. https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/moose-jaw-convocation.aspxOnline training is the key to success https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/online-training-is-the-key-to-success.aspxHands on learning and online training were keys to success for Tracey Szabo. While working at Young’s Equipment in Windthorst, Saskatchewan Tracey was able to complete the online partsperson apprenticeship training through Saskatchewan Polytechnic and the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC) to become a journeyperson. communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Thu, 18 Apr 2019 13:19:57 GMTOnline training is the key to success Hands on learning and online training were keys to success for Tracey Szabo. While working at Young’s Equipment in Windthorst, Saskatchewan Tracey was able to complete the online partsperson apprenticeship training through Saskatchewan Polytechnic and the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC) to become a journeyperson. Doug Pascoe and Tracey Szabo https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/online-training-is-the-key-to-success.aspxListening to the hearing impairedhttps://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/listening-to-the-hearing-impaired.aspxLester Thiessen may not hear everything in the world around him but he is sure that Sask Polytech is listening. Lester’s journey began with Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s Agricultural Equipment Technician certificate program. Now in his fourth year of apprenticeship training, Lester says the people at the post-secondary institute make all the difference.communications@saskpolytech.ca (Communications and Marketing)Tue, 16 Apr 2019 09:13:59 GMTListening to the hearing impairedLester Thiessen may not hear everything in the world around him but he is sure that Sask Polytech is listening. Lester’s journey began with Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s Agricultural Equipment Technician certificate program. Now in his fourth year of apprenticeship training, Lester says the people at the post-secondary institute make all the difference.Image Credit: Mazergroup https://saskpolytech.ca/news/posts/2019/listening-to-the-hearing-impaired.aspx