The Fleming News

Frost Campus hosting Ontario Rangers

With activities such as geocaching and canoeing on the agenda, Fleming College’s Frost Campus will once again host a group of Ontario Rangers for a workshop July 27-28. It is the fifth year the campus has hosted this workshop for the Ontario Ranger program. About 50 Rangers will participate in a number of activities that Continue Reading

Sutherland Campus Academic Awards

Sutherland Campus Academic Award Recipients School of Law, Justice and Community Services Law, Justice and Community Services Outstanding Achievement Award Denise Bruno Andy McIntosh Memorial Award Andrea Thompson-Crowe Biotechnology – Technologist Forensics Program Faculty Award Paul Jannetta City of Peterborough Recreation Award Denise Bruno Collections Conservation and Management Program Faculty Award Jennifer Bowser Collections Conservation Continue Reading

New trades and technology building for Fleming students

McGuinty Government Invests In Colleges And Universities Ontario is helping Fleming College build a new skills training centre to provide state-of-the-art education and training facilities to a growing number of students. “Our government’s investment in the Sutherland campus of Sir Sandford Fleming College in Peterborough adds to the province’s future prosperity. Every community, every region Continue Reading

Community Living honours Fleming faculty member

Community Living Peterborough has recognized Fleming College’s Joyce Wade for her dedication to inclusion in education. Wade, coordinator of Fleming’s new Community Integration through Cooperative Education (CICE) program, has received Community Living’s 2011 Education Award. The Education Award is given to an individual or organization that has made positive contributions toward the goal of meaningful Continue Reading

Student case study to be published in international journal

Taking her classroom work to another level, graduating student Rhonda-Marie Avery will soon have a case study published in an international journal. Rhonda-Marie, who graduated June 9 from the Massage Therapy program at the Sutherland Campus, completed the case study in her sixth semester. She then submitted her study to the American Massage Therapy Association’s Continue Reading

Grand Opening: new site for employment centre

Fleming Community Resources for Employers & Workers (Fleming CREW) is hosting a grand opening/open house at their new location, 1550 Lansdowne St. W. (northeast corner of Lansdowne St. and Spillsbury), on Friday, June 17 from noon to 2 p.m. The formal part of the event will take place at 1 p.m. with greetings from members Continue Reading

Frost Convocation and Awards

“The friends we have made are the basis of what makes this experience so special… The sense of community and the feeling of togetherness will all never be forgotten.” – Frost Valedictorian Katie Paroschy There were tears all around as faculty member Eric Sager presented student Michael Reaume with the Second Year Ecological Restoration Perseverance Continue Reading

NSERC funding for Centre for Alternative Wastewater Treatment

Fleming College’s Centre for Alternative Wastewater Treatment (CAWT) will receive a $150,000 grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) it was announced last week. The grant will go toward purchasing research equipment for the Centre to enhance the college’s applied research capacity. “This funding will allow the CAWT to purchase advanced analytical Continue Reading

Culinary student competes at National Skills Competition

Fleming College‘s Andrew Tye earned a fifth place finish when he competed at the 2011 National Skills Competition, June 1-4. Andrew’s hard work and professionalism carried him through the competition, which was extremely challenging. He was competing with the best students from across Canada at the event, which took place in Quebec City. “The days Continue Reading

Awards to be handed out at Fleming College convocation

Fleming College will recognize students, faculty and members of the public through various awards to be handed out at upcoming convocation ceremonies in Lindsay and Peterborough. More than 3,200 students will graduate from ceremonies held at both campuses over the next week. Frost Campus – June 3 at 2 p.m., Lindsay Recreation Complex • Faculty member Continue Reading