CICan announces 2015 Art Showcase WinnersColleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) has announced the winners of its 2015 Art Showcase! This was the second edition of the art competition, which called for colleges and institute students from across the country to submit their artwork. This year, the CICan art committee received over 100 submissions from across Canada. After much deliberation, the committee awarded three national prizes, six regional prizes, two honourable mentions, and one President’s Choice Prize selected by CICan President and CEO Denise Amyot. To see the full list of winners, see CICan’s news release. The artwork submitted by these college and institute students will be on display at the CICan headquarters at the Chateau Laurier in Ottawa. Their pieces can also be found on the virtual winners’ gallery here. CICan would like to thank everyone who submitted an art piece. Stay tuned for next year’s Art Showcase!
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Did you know?Four Cegep de Matane students have won best student film at the Montreal International Animation Film Festival! Jonathan Grondin, Marie-Eve Belanger, Cedric Queland and William Blanchette-Mailloux created the winning short film Edgar, which tells the story of a lonely bartender. Congratulations to all four of you! Click here to watch Edgar.
Congratulations!Gilles Lapointe is the new director general of Cégep de Saint-Félicien. Mr. Lapointe is a graduate of the institution, and holds a degree in science with a physical education specialty, as well as a public administration degree. He will begin his five-year term on September 1st. Appointment Notice (in French). Camosun College has announced the appointment of Sherri Bell to the role of President, effective July 1, 2015. Ms Bell will join Camosun after a successful career as a senior leader, master teacher, university instructor, and principal in the public education system, most recently as the Superintendent of Schools for the Greater Victoria School District. Appointment Notice. Dwayne Reeve has been appointed President and CEO of Parkland College. Reeve brings 30 years of experience in education, having most recently served as Director of Education at Good Spirit School Division. He will take office effective July 1. Appointment Notice
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