Our People

Pillar

OUR PEOPLE

Goal: To invest in our employees and empower them to be entrepreneurial, innovative and strategic.

WE WILL:

  • Attract and retain individuals who are highly qualified, creative and collaborative.
  • Foster a culture where all employees are inspired to exemplify our mission, vision and values.
  • Ensure a positive and inclusive work environment that is diverse, respectful and representative of our community.
  • Develop and implement strategies and practices that support the health and wellness of our employees.
  • Leverage the expertise of our employees to make meaningful contributions to student learning and the community.
  • Provide professional development and global outreach opportunities that enhance the skills and knowledge of our employees.
OUR PEOPLE ARE LEADING THE WAY
REDress Campus Campaign urges move from awareness to action

Awareness has been achieved; now it is time for action. This was the dominant message of the REDress Campus Campaign at Durham College (DC), a week-long series of events focused on the crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirited People (MMIWG2S). Led by the First Peoples Indigenous Centre (FPIC) at DC and ...

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REDress Campus Campaign urges move from awareness to action

Awareness has been achieved; now it is time for action. This was the dominant message of the REDress Campus Campaign at Durham College (DC), a week-long series of events focused on the crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirited People (MMIWG2S). Led by the First Peoples Indigenous Centre (FPIC) at DC and ...

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DC becomes first college in Canada to deliver course through Walls to Bridges program

Durham College (DC) is proud to announce that it is the first college in Canada to provide college courses in prison through the Walls to Bridges (W2B) education program, which facilitates for-credit post-secondary courses taught within correctional settings. Each W2B classroom sees equal numbers of incarcerated and non-incarcerated students learning together as peers. This semester, ...

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DC becomes first college in Canada to deliver course through Walls to Bridges program

Durham College (DC) is proud to announce that it is the first college in Canada to provide college courses in prison through the Walls to Bridges (W2B) education program, which facilitates for-credit post-secondary courses taught within correctional settings. Each W2B classroom sees equal numbers of incarcerated and non-incarcerated students learning together as peers. This semester, ...

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DC student, alumnus and faculty member travel to Rome, Italy for health care technology conference

Durham College’s (DC) health care programs were well-represented on the world stage last month when a DC student, alumnus and faculty member traveled to Rome, Italy to speak at the Third International Clinical Engineering and Health Technology Management Congress, organized by the International Federation of Medical and Biological Engineering. From the Bachelor of Health Care ...

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DC student, alumnus and faculty member travel to Rome, Italy for health care technology conference

Durham College’s (DC) health care programs were well-represented on the world stage last month when a DC student, alumnus and faculty member traveled to Rome, Italy to speak at the Third International Clinical Engineering and Health Technology Management Congress, organized by the International Federation of Medical and Biological Engineering. From the Bachelor of Health Care ...

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DC students and faculty travel to Guatemala to support the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals

On Friday, October 4, students and faculty from Durham College’s (DC) School of Media, Art & Design will travel for ten days to rural regions of Guatemala as part of a new digital storytelling program, called Youth United 2030, contributing to the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The program is being delivered in partnership with ...

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DC students and faculty travel to Guatemala to support the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals

On Friday, October 4, students and faculty from Durham College’s (DC) School of Media, Art & Design will travel for ten days to rural regions of Guatemala as part of a new digital storytelling program, called Youth United 2030, contributing to the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The program is being delivered in partnership with ...

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