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Environmental students support Tiny Township pollinator program

Environmental Technician and Technology students from Georgian College help bees through unique pollinator programThree Environmental Technician and Environmental Technology students are spending time this summer gaining experience in land stewardship and habitat protection through the Township of Tiny’s unique Pollinator Themed Youth Stewardship Program. Pollinators include bees, butterflies, moths, beetles and flies.

The students have been using their knowledge of environmental sustainability to create and promote new pollinator habitats within the township, including creating new wildflower gardens and incorporating native wildflowers that are pollinator friendly into existing gardens. Read more...

Bruce Naylor recognized with honorary Bachelor of Applied Studies

Bruce Naylor receives an Honorary Bachelor of Applied Studies degree from Georgian College President and CEO MaryLynn West-Moynes during Orillia Campus convocation ceremonies on June 9, 2017.

Bruce Naylor receives an Honorary Bachelor of Applied Studies degree from Georgian College President and CEO MaryLynn West-Moynes during Orillia Campus convocation ceremonies on June 9, 2017. Read more...

Lakehead University and Georgian College formalize partnership; announce two new joint academic programs

Representatives of Lakehead University and Georgian College sign an agreement to formalize their partnership and announce two new degree/diploma programs. From left, are Lakehead Board of Governors Chair David Tamblyn; Lakehead President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Brian Stevenson; Georgian President and CEO Dr. MaryLynn West-Moynes; Georgian Board of Governors Chair Tom McBride. Read more...

OMVIC Automotive Certification achieves 100,000th student registration

Georgian College provided me with the fundamental knowledge and skills

A unique private-public partnership established in 1999 celebrated a milestone as part of the Georgian College Auto Show. Read more...

Georgian College Auto Show 2017 opens for a fun-filled weekend

Research Analyst students presented the results of their major research projects to industry partners from Ipsos Canada and Environics Research Group in October of this year. As part of the program's curriculum, the purpose of these projects is to enable students to gain practical experience in how to conduct applied research to meet the needs of an external client organization, as well as how to manage a full research process from proposal development to project implementation and delivery of the final results.

The 32nd annual Georgian College Auto Show is now open for a fun-filled weekend at the Barrie Campus, today through Sunday, June 4. Read more...

Georgian Goldsmithing students show off their artistry at annual exhibition

Goldsmithing and Silversmithing student Reno Cong works on a piece for the annual graduate goldsmithing exhibition

Goldsmithing and Silversmithing student Reno Cong works on a piece for the Meraki 2017 Graduate Goldsmithing Exhibition. Read more...

Georgian students, staff and community partners showcase research, innovation and scholarship

Computer Programmer Analyst student Ben Dunn demonstrates his team's room-scale virtual reality simulator at Georgian's second annual Research, Innovation and Scholarship Day, held April 11 at the Barrie Campus.

Computer Programmer Analyst student Ben Dunn demonstrates his team’s room-scale virtual reality simulator at Georgian’s second annual Research, Innovation and Scholarship Day, held April 11 at the Barrie Campus. Read more...

Georgian Fundraising student marches on Parliament Hill

Georgian Fundraising student Leah Fearman, 22, took Barrie-Innisfil MP John Brassard's seat in the House of Commons during the International Women's Day March on Parliament Hill, March 8.

Georgian Fundraising student Leah Fearman, 22, took Barrie-Innisfil MP John Brassard’s seat in the House of Commons during the International Women’s Day March on Parliament Hill, March 8. Read more...

Train in Technology Expo brings together tech innovators

male student in a blue shirt reading papers in a tech labAnyone interested in learning about tech-related career opportunities and where you can obtain the necessary training and education should attend the Train in Technology Expo Wednesday, March 1 at the Barrie Molson Centre. The Expo will showcase hands-on how private sector businesses and public institutions use technology in interesting ways.

Georgian is participating in the event as a lead partner with the City of Barrie and Barrie Chamber of Commerce – and as part of an Innovation Alley. Read more...