2022 Student Leadership Awards winners announced
Congratulations to all the winners and nominees! The Student Leadership Awards are given to students, faculty and staff who have shown themselves to be leaders through their outstanding contributions to the College.
On track: How Southern Railway is helping break down barriers for Indigenous and immigrant students at Douglas
Established in 1897 as the BC Electric Railway, the Southern Railway of British Columbia has a long history connecting communities in the Lower Mainland. Earlier this year, the organization established a bursary to support immigrant and Indigenous students at Douglas College.
This Commerce and Business Administration grad is making his alma mater more inclusive
Allyn Edwards and his employer, Southern Railway of British Columbia, have established a bursary to help break down barriers for Indigenous and immigrant students at Douglas.
This Physical Education and Coaching student is trekking over 4,000 km to support fellow sexual violence survivors
Two years ago, Alyssa Kroeker was questioning her will to live. Now she wants her journey on the Pacific Crest Trail to be a road to healing for herself and other survivors.
Five ways you can get involved in research at Douglas
Doing research at an undergraduate level is easier than you think. Find out how you can gain work experience, research skills and build your resumé while learning new things.
Student Research Days returns to Douglas College on April 13
Participate to gain research presentation skills, learn new things and even get the chance to win the top prize of $500 at Student Research Days.
Seeing all the possibilities: How this Opticianry grad found more career pathways than she ever imagined
Not only has Henna Ahmad taken on diverse roles in the industry, she also shares her knowledge with DOPT students as a guest lecturer.
Out of the shadows: How this alum is helping the LGBTQ+ community
After struggling with his sexuality and mental health in his youth, arts alum Alex Sangha strives to create safe spaces for the South Asian LGBTQ+ community as a social worker, counsellor, filmmaker and activist.
A fighter for justice: Minister Melanie Mark’s path to politics
Douglas Criminology alum and B.C.’s Minister for Tourism, Art, Culture and Sport originally wanted to be a police officer. Today, she continues her goal to fight for justice as a leader in B.C.’s parliament.
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