Dr. Thomas Carey appointed as Executive-in-Residence for Teaching and Learning Innovation, at the BC Association of Institutes and Universities (BCAIU). Reporting to BCAIU President Ruth Wittenberg, Dr. Carey will provide consultation and advice to BCAIU on inter-institutional collaboration to advance teaching and learning, and will serve as Executive-in-Residence beginning May 1, 2016. Dr. Carey currently works with higher education institutions, networks and systems in Canada and the U.S., on leadership strategy and faculty collaborations for exemplary teaching and learning environments. … Continued
March 21, 2016 WHITEHORSE-The BC Association of Institutes and Universities (BCAIU ) has welcomed Yukon College as its newest member. Through joining the association of four universities and three institutes, the future Yukon University will obtain valuable guidance and experience of other institutions that have recently evolved to university status. “We are delighted to welcome Yukon College to BCAIU”, said Board Chair Dr. Mark Evered (President, University of the Fraser Valley). “Our shared commitments to student success and regional prosperity make this a great fit.” Read more…. … Continued
This analysis focuses on students who were registered in first-year studies1 at a BCAIU institution in the 2013-14 academic year after graduating from a B.C. high school in one of the preceding three years. Recent High School Graduates Enrolled at BCAIU Institutions In First Year Studies, 2013-14
The BCIT School of Business has been granted initial accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) Board of Commissioners. The accreditation helps validate BCIT as having an advanced post-secondary business program. Read more…..
This report uses data to enhance our understanding of the students that attend a group of seven public post-secondary institutions in BC that are represented by the BC Association of Institutes and Universities (BCAIU). The data for this report were provided by the Ministry of Advanced Education and sourced from the Central Data Warehouse (CDW). Data were provided in the form of an Excel pivot table, which supports the development of profiles of the BCAIU student population on a variety of … Continued
Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) has launched its new Strategic Plan that will guide the Institute over the next five years. To realize JIBC’s revised vision and mission, the plan outlines the Institute’s four strategic priorities over the next five years: Be relevant and impactful. Increase engagement and awareness. Create exceptional environments. Be effective and accountable Read more…..
Students can now map their futures in a growing in-demand field through Vancouver Island University’s (VIU) newest master’s program. VIU has received approval from BC’s Ministry of Advanced Education and the provincial Degree Quality Assessment Board to offer a two-year Master of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Applications program starting in September 2015. Read more…..
Four UFV School of Business students travelled to Kelowna with faculty advisor Kevin deWolde, to participate in the Western Canada Business Simulation Competition. The team won the gold and several top individual awards, including top VP HR award, top CEO award, and top VP Marketing award. Read more….
With a broad mandate focusing on access, academic and work-ready education as well as innovation & scholarship, KPU seeks a new Vice-President Finance and Administration (VPFA) who will help shape the institution during a period of dynamic growth and change. Your vision and leadership are needed to work effectively with a team of senior administrators and our multi-campus communities. The portfolio includes the functions of Finance and Procurement Services, Human Resource Services, Information and Educational Technology, Security and Emergency Planning, … Continued