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Andrea Bellamy

About Andrea Bellamy

Managing editor of the BCIT Update blog, Andrea is also an award-winning writer and published author. She works in Marketing and Communications for BCIT.

Student-organized HR conference connects students with industry

HRA Conference 3

Students from the BCIT Human Resources Management program learned more about their chosen industry directly from those working in it at the second annual BCIT Human Resources Association Conference. Held March 21 at the Burnaby Campus, the conference was organized … Read more →

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Wynne Powell Tribute Dinner Raises $206,000 for BCIT Foundation

Wynne Powell tribute check

April 2, at the Hotel Vancouver, in a room full of more than 700 guests from across North America, $206,000 was raised for the BCIT Foundation as a tribute to Wynne Powell and his distinguished business career and leadership in … Read more →

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Fish, Wildlife, and Recreation students survey Stanley Park for herptile blitz

Robyn Worcester, Conservation Programs Manager at the Stanley Park Ecology Society (FWR grad and BCIT Distinguished Alumnus) and SPES volunteer searching for amphibians during Herptile Blitz.

It’s been 25 years since the last research study was conducted to determine the reptile and amphibian species residing in Stanley Park. New findings show a number of species no longer exist in the park that were there a quarter … Read more →

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How will you celebrate Earth Hour 2014?

Earth Hour Digital Logo

On Saturday, March 29, BCIT will shut off the sign that marks the entrance to BCIT’s Burnaby Campus. The darkened signage marks our support of Earth Hour, in solidarity with millions of individuals and organizations around the world. Earth Hour … Read more →

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Greening the Burnaby Campus, one wall at a time

Elevated Lab

BCIT’s Burnaby Campus is getting an environmental facelift. The Centre for Architectural Ecology, in conjunction with the School of Construction and the Environment, is building the campus’s first environmental research lab, known as the Elevated Lab. A contribution to BCIT’s Eco … Read more →

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BCIT co-op students set to sail the world

North Ocean 102

Want to see the world? Consider a career in Marine. As three cadets from BCIT’s Nautical Sciences program are discovering, the industry can certainly take you places. Deck cadets Robert Mackin-Lang, Nicholas Williamson, and Matthew Mansley are currently in Singapore … Read more →

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Keeping BC’s lights on is rewarding work for Civil Engineering grad

Trevor Scott

“Keeping the lights on” is how Trevor Scott, BCIT Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering graduate, describes his role as a Civil Engineer at BC Hydro. An avid mountain biker, Scott enjoys the opportunity to be among nature while helping … Read more →

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Radio Arts and Entertainment students answer Variety’s call

Telethon

Four Radio Arts and Entertainment students plus assistant instructor Brian Wiebe volunteered at the recent Variety Show of Hearts Telethon. The BCIT students and staff member answered calls with pledges totaling more than $7,900. The telethon overall raised over $6.6 … Read more →

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