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Durham College to launch its first four-year degree program in 2018

Durham College (DC) is proud to announce that it will offer its first degree program, the Honours Bachelor of Health Care Technology Management (HCTM), beginning in the 2018-2019 academic year. The first program of its kind in Canada, the HCTM degree addresses an identified need in the health care sector for professionals with a hybrid […]

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DC Therapist Recognized for Life-saving Actions

Saul Behrman, an athletic therapist with Durham College’s (DC) Campus Health Centre has received the Canadian Athletic Therapists Association (CATA) Merit Award for his actions during a Durham Lords basketball game in January 2017. The honour recognizes CATA members who through their immediate actions saved a life, prevented serious injury or performed outstanding emergency service.

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Building a better community

On June 15, Pam Stoneham, associate dean of the School of Skilled Trades, Apprenticeship & Renewable Technology (START), added to Durham College’s (DC) 50 Acts of Kindness by taking part  in the Habitat for Humanity Durham: Women in Power Build 2017 with an all-women group of colleagues. The female-focused build rolled out across three days […]

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On June 26, Durham College (DC) welcomed guests to the W. Galen Weston Centre for Food for its first ever Celebration of Excellence and Distinction, to recognize the achievement and success of DC alumni, employees and community partners in the college’s 50th anniversary year.
DC hosts Celebration of Excellence and Distinction

On June 26, Durham College (DC) welcomed guests to the W. Galen Weston Centre for Food for its first ever Celebration of Excellence and Distinction, to recognize the achievement and success of DC alumni, employees and community partners in the college’s 50th anniversary year.

Guests reconnected with fellow Alumni of Distinction winners and recipients of […]

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PD Day 2017
DC’s PD Day is a success as employees network and learn

Durham College (DC) employees enjoyed their Professional Development (PD) Day with sunny skies and a positive tone.

The role of PD Day is to remind college employees how their roles are essential to igniting the passion and imagination of DC students to help them achieve their goals. It’s also a day for employees to reconnect […]

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Edith Alger
Durham College awards sixth honorary credential to Edith Alger

Durham College (DC) is excited to share that Edith Alger was awarded the college’s sixth honorary credential during its 2017 Spring Convocation, which took place on Tuesday, June 13 at Oshawa’s Tribute Communities Centre.

Edith, a long-time Oshawa resident and community philanthropist, received her diploma in Community Development. The honorary credential recognizes individuals […]

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Convocation 2017
Durham College celebrates student success at 2017 Spring Convocation

Durham College (DC) proudly celebrated as more than 3,700 students walked across the stage to receive their credential during the 2017 Spring Convocation ceremonies. Whether beginning their career or pursuing further education, these individuals will continue their journey knowing they have the skills they need to succeed.

Held from June 12 to 14 at the […]

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20th Annual RACC
Roger Anderson Charity Classic celebrates a successful 20th anniversary year

There was much to celebrate at this year’s Roger Anderson Charity Classic, as the golf tournament marked its 20th anniversary and the fact it has now raised more than $6 million to support local youth since its inception.

One of Durham Region’s most popular and well-established fundraising events, 220 golfers took to the Deer Creek […]

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Campus Markets at DC
North Oshawa Farmers’ Market coming to DC

Beginning Sunday, June 11, and running through to October, Durham College will host the North Oshawa Farmers’ Market every second Sunday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Founders Lot 2.

The gates to the campus parking lots will be up during these times to welcome market patrons and so that anyone who typically parks […]

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DC chosen for a second Kenya Education for Employment Program partnership

Durham College (DC) is pleased to announce that it has been selected for a second partnership in support of the capacity-building goals of the Kenya Education for Employment Program (KEFEP).

Humber College (Humber) is the lead of the Canadian consortium which will also include DC, Vancouver Island University (VIU) and Selkirk College (Selkirk). The Canadian […]

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