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UOIT and Durham College finalize Campus Master Plan

After two years of consultation, planning and development, Durham College (DC) and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) are pleased to announce the completion of their joint Campus Master Plan (CMP). The CMP outlines a broad vision to show how the institutions will grow their physical presence in the many years ahead to […]

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Applications now being accepted for Fall Accelerator Program

After the success of the Durham College (DC) Summer Accelerator Program, FastStart DC, along with the Spark Centre is pleased to announce it will also be offering a Fall Accelerator.

The program is designed to help students and graduates take their innovative ideas or business ventures to market faster while utilizing the professional services from […]

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Lexus hybrid-electric donation provides hands-on learning for students

Thanks to a generous donation from Toyota Canada Inc. and Lexus of Lakeridge, students in the second year of Durham College’s (DC) Motive Power Technician – Service and Management program and students in the Automotive Service Technician apprenticeship program will have the opportunity to develop in-demand skills, while also gaining hands-on experience by working with […]

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Durham College hosts Harvest Dinner at the Centre for Food

Durham College’s (DC) Centre for Food (CFF) is hosting its first Harvest Dinner on Thursday, September 24. Tantalize your taste buds with a menu featuring fresh food grown and harvested by DC food and farming students, cooked by DC culinary and baking students, and served by DC hospitality and event planning students.

Meet special guest and Centre for Food ambassador, celebrity Chef […]

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DC student team wins $1,000 prize through Summer Accelerator Program

Robert Biggar, a graduate of Durham College’s (DC) Advertising and Marketing Communications program, and his brother William have won a $1,000 cash prize for achieving the top score in DC’s Summer Accelerator program. They received the good news at the Innovation Celebration event, held on Thursday, August 13, hosted by Spark Centre and community partners, […]

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DC students pitch business ideas to win $2,500

It started with 25 applications, 10 business ideas were chosen and now the final seven are left standing as part of the Durham College (DC) Summer Accelerator, a 15-week incubation program, funded and supported by FastStart DC and facilitated by the Spark Centre.

These teams have been working since the beginning of May to develop […]

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DC students design future with newly purchased 3D printers

Durham College (DC) students in the School of Science & Engineering Technology’s (SET) Electronics Engineering Technology and Mechanical Engineering Technology programs, will now be able to create mechanical structures using six new rapid prototype (3D) printers, which were purchased after receiving innovation funds from the Centre for Academic and Faculty Enrichment (CAFÉ).

“3D printers are commonly […]

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Durham College brings culinary expertise to Peruvian college

In May 2015, Durham College, (DC) was awarded a contract from Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) to partner with the Centro Experimental de Formación Profesional (CEFOP), a technical and vocational college in Trujillo, Peru. Funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD), the contract sees DC working with CEFOP to share the […]

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Power Engineering professor helps generate success

Students in Durham College’s (DC’s) Power Engineering Technician program will have the rare opportunity to work directly on exhaust gas turbines, or jet engines, thanks to the work of Ralph Trauzzi, professor, School of Skilled Trades, Apprenticeship and Renewable Technology (START).

Trauzzi made two of these engines available for students to coincide with the advanced […]

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Durham College’s Centre for Food pollinator garden springs to life

Here’s some food for thought: without the aid of pollinators, such as bees, butterflies, hummingbirds and other insects capable of spreading pollen from one plant to the next, a majority of our food source will die off. Not to mention, the lush, green environment we’ve grown accustomed to would falter.

That’s why Field to Fork, […]

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