By Okanagan School of Education on September 4, 2013
Interdisciplinary student connected to nature and sustainable practices.
By Okanagan School of Education on August 30, 2013
Former banker Walid Muslih decided ‘I want to be in the classroom’ It wasn’t long ago that Walid Muslih toiled in the high-rises of London and New York, a successful banker analyzing debt capital markets. Working in the towers of big-city financial districts—suit and tie’d—his “exciting, always changing” career rode epic waves such as the […]
By Okanagan School of Education on August 20, 2013
Bourne and her team sought to invest in a Tanzanian community by creating school books in Swahili and English for a Tanzanian classroom, but the investment —to the Canadian classroom—is just getting started. It is hard to imagine the petite woman with sun-kissed hair and trendy blue capris anywhere except in the Okanagan. The […]
By Amanda Lamberti on June 7, 2012
A Proud Moment Whether completing a master or bachelor degree, convocation is a truly spectacular time quite unlike any other. For many, convocation is the single most important event on campus. It brings all the important people together for this joyful occasion: learners, educators, family and friends. Times of celebration and anticipation with new adventures […]