August, 3 2021

Read the August newsletter from the INNOVATE Centre for Arts, Crafts and Technology (formerly the Arts, Crafts and Technology Micro-manufactoring Centre) 

July, 5 2021

A team of Aurora College faculty and research associates authored a paper recently published in Arctic about adult education in the North during the COVID19 pandemic

June, 22 2021

A team of researchers, led by Aurora College, are working on a photovoice project documenting the experiences of Northwest Territories residents as they travel to Yellowknife to give birth.

May, 26 2021

ARI Seeking one external member for the Research Advisory Council (RAC).  Deadline to apply is June 11,

May, 6 2021

Dr. Pertice Moffitt – Research Associate, retired Instructor and Health Research Program Manager – is the bronze recipient of the Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) Leadership Excellence Award for Faculty 2021.

April, 7 2021

Aurora College is seeking individuals to serve as community members on it Research Ethics Committee

March, 8 2021

Aurora College will receive $1,686,897 to enhance warehouse infrastructure. This funding will be used to advance the warehouse expansion project as other co-investments are sought. The expansion as planned will support researchers working at the Western Arctic Research Centre. The funding, through the Canada Foundation for Innovation’s (CFI) 2020 Innovation Fund, was announced today by Michael McLeod, Member of Parliament for the Northwest Territories.

February, 17 2021

Join us on March 4, 2021 for a look at the economics and environmental analysis of turning waste cardboard into a heating fuel source in Inuvik NT.

February, 12 2021

An innovative partnership between Aurora College and a Gwich’in-owned company has received $95,000 to support studying the potential to convert waste cardboard into heating pellets for homes and businesses in Inuvik and the Beaufort Delta.

Aurora Research Institute, Aurora College’s research division, and Delta Enterprises were awarded the Northern REACHE (Northern Responsible Energy Approach for Community Health and Electricity) grant through Crown Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC).

November, 19 2020

Aurora College is hiring 3 Research Chairs to join the Aurora Research Institute (located at each of the regional research centers in the NWT: Inuvik, Forth Smith, and Yellowknife). 

Deadline to apply is November 30, 2020