$2,000 scholarship awarded to Vanier student bound for Engineering at Concordia University

Congratulations to Vanier Health Science student Alina Istomina who recently won the Order of Quebec Engineers Foundation Scholarship.  Every year, the Foundation awards fifteen scholarships worth $2,000 each, to Cegep students who intend to pursue engineering studies at university. The Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec Foundation is committed to supporting initiatives that further exploration and […]

Catch up with science novelties during 2014 Vanier Science Week

How musicians manage to memorize entire scores of music, melting tropical glaciers, women in engineering, the Higgs boson, games and competitions – it’s all part of Vanier College Science Week 2014 (March 24th – 28th).  The week-long event celebrates science through fascinating talks and other activities. Angels, demons and others The week kicks off on […]

Côte-Nord Spring Break for Vanier Students

Vanier students and teachers will take a motor coach to Kegaska, at the end of Route 138—50 km from Natashquan and 1,300 km from Montreal—so they can explore Quebec’s Côte-Nord! This 9-day visit, starting March 14, is part of Vanier’s Winter Session universal complementary course, Le Nord : territoires et imaginaires. A region and a culture to discover […]

Robots lift, push, pile and build their way to the top at the 13th Annual CRC Robotics Competition

It was noisy, chaotic, riveting and fun as 700 keen and driven students and their robots pushed, lifted and rolled their way to success at the 13th Annual CRC Robotics Competition, February 20 to 22, 2014.  Thirty-one teams from twenty-eight high schools and Cegeps participated in a roof-raising competition that is one of the liveliest […]

The Montréal-Gaspé DEC – an adventure for students at Vanier College

On January 15th, 2014, twenty-two students from four Montreal Colleges (Vanier College, Dawson College, John-Abbott College and Cégep du Vieux-Montréal) left to spend the Winter semester studying at the Cégep de la Gaspésie et des Iles in Gaspé. Started 4 years ago with a grant from Entente Canada-Québec, this initiative has grown in terms of […]

Vanier College Physics teacher Karen Tennenhouse receives the 2012-2013 Teaching Excellence Award

Physics teacher Karen Tennenhouse has received the 2012-2013 Vanier College Teaching Excellence Award. Admired and appreciated by students and colleagues alike, Karen was given this award in recognition of her “effective use of teaching methodologies in the classroom and for their positive impact on her students; for her meticulous mentoring of colleagues and for her never-ending […]

Vanier Honours Science students publish their research in an NIH database – science is real at Vanier

Nineteen students in the Honours Science program at Vanier College will long remember their final year at Vanier. That’s because they did real science research and published their results in an NIH (National Institute of Health)-based genetic sequence database.  That’s quite an accomplishment for 19-year olds still in CEGEP.  The students isolated and cloned part […]

Darren Becker named the new Director of Communications and Corporate Affairs at Vanier College

Vanier College is pleased to announce that Darren Becker has been named its new Director of Communications and Corporate Affairs. Darren Becker is a fluently bilingual communications manager and professional with over fifteen years of experience in communications, public relations, crisis management and journalism as well as over ten years of experience in intergovernmental relations. […]

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