Laying the foundation for future Vanier College – India exchanges

“Vanier College, which currently shares distance learning materials with developing nations, hopes to send teachers and students on exchanges in India next year,” states Judy Macdonald, Coordinator of Learning Enrichment and Support Services for Programs and International Programs at Vanier College. To lay the groundwork for future projects, she recently participated in the Sixth Pan-Commonwealth […]

Panel at Vanier College – “There’s no place for racial profiling in police work”

Montreal, February 16, 2011. “Stay calm. Answer police questions simply and succinctly. And if you feel you’ve received a ticket unjustly, don’t argue when you’re getting the ticket, accept it and contest it later. And if you feel you’ve been a victim of police racial profiling, tell me.” That was the advice given by Eric […]

Collège Lionel-Groulx comes in first at the 2011 Vanier College BDC Case Challenge

The best of the next generation of marketing gurus now learning their skills in cegeps and community colleges demonstrated their talents this weekend at the annual Vanier College BDC Case Challenge. Only in its sixth year of operation, the Vanier College BDC Case Challenge competition has grown from three Montreal-based English colleges to 27 teams […]

From B.C. to Newfoundland – 27 teams are coming to Vanier College for business competition

Montreal, February 8, 2011. In a no-holds barred face-off, twenty-seven top-notch teams from across the country will need all their wits and expertise if they hope to win a medal in the 2011 Vanier College BDC Case Challenge, set for February 12-13, 2011. Now in its sixth year, the Vanier event has become Canada’s biggest […]

Racial profiling, black inventors, and the damage of racism are just some of the issues on the agenda during Black History Month 2011 at Vanier College

Montreal, February 8, 2011. Racial profiling –it’s a hot issue no matter what the latest headlines read. Aiming to open up communication lines and minds, a panel of Black students at Vanier College will share their views and experiences on racial profiling with members of the Montreal Police. The panel takes place at noon in […]

Vanier celebrates its 40th Anniversary

With fanfare, music, high spirits and great pride, Vanier College held a Gala Dinner on November 20 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of its founding and pay tribute to recent retirees, 20-year employees and some of the original teachers and staff employees of Vanier College. More than 300 current and former employees attended the event […]

Galerie Henry Lehmann Gallery inaugurated at Vanier College

November 24, 2010. For more than 33 years, the late Henry Lehmann taught at Vanier College in the Humanities and Communications: Art, Media, Theatre programs. Passionate about art, its connections and its central importance in life, Henry Lehmann was known not only for his teaching but also for his guest lectures on art in other […]

2010 Vanier College Social Science Festival: Creating Change and Celebrating Diversity

From evolution, to climate change, oil addiction, crime scene science, gender issues and matters of the heart and mind – since 2001, the Social Science Festival, an established tradition at Vanier College, has been offering a week-long festival of events highlighting the work of social scientists. This year two captivating speakers open and close the […]

Vanier student bound for England to represent North America at the PATW international engineering competition

Although astronomers may be able to look at large areas of the sky and collect information on asteroids, comets and other celestial objects, they still don’t have the time or resources to figure out what exactly they are seeing. Leave it to 19-year old Vanier College Science student Santiago Paiva to find a solution. Santiago […]

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