In this project, College of the North Atlantic (CNA) and Durham College will conduct research with stakeholders across the post-secondary sector to share knowledge and best practices to understand how to better engage low income, Indigenous and students with disabilities in outbound mobility experiences. From this research, the two institutions will develop and test new […]
This multi-pronged, innovative project both supports the first students from the Social Service Worker program to take up internships abroad, with a specific focus on engaging target group students. The project also provides the research evidence needed to ensure that these internships, and Durham College’s International Work-Integrated Learning program, are sustainable into the future. The […]
In the current Canadian context of urgently needed Reconciliation, Durham College (DC) proposes an innovative, faculty-led global learning opportunity that provides students with the skills needed to compete internationally and, more fundamentally, an openness to authentic learning from Indigenous and traditional peoples around the world.
The Faculty-Led Classroom Abroad@Home–Storytelling (FLCA@Home-Storytelling), led by Danielle Harder, Professor in the Journalism-Mass Media program at Durham College (DC), seeks to continue the work with the Indigenous communities in Guatemala with a specific focus on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). DC students from various programs in the School of Media, Art and Design […]