News | St. Clair College
St. Clair College President Patti France received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree Saturday from Assumption University for outstanding contributions to higher education in Windsor-Essex.
They spoke recently at an Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI) conference in San Antonio, Texas on the topic of Lessons Learned from Extended Reality Training, reflecting on more than five years of applying virtual reality and extended reality technologies in biology and Healthcare Technology Management (HTM) education.
Nicole Rourke, a marketing professor at St. Clair, recently posed a challenge to her Introduction to Canadian Marketing class – develop as many new flavours of potato chips as possible for Lay’s, a 75-year-old potato chip brand.
Allison Kidd, Hilda Dao, and Sarah Jacques are contributing to the construction of the $5.7 billion-dollar Gordie Howe International Bridge Project with the unique individual skillsets they crafted during their time at St. Clair.
Saints Rocket League pulled out all the stops as they battled through the best of the best to claim a Top 4 finish in the College Rocket League (CRL) World Championship.
St. Clair College will hold its 55th Convocation live for the first time since June 2019 as the school celebrates the graduation of over 3,500 students over six sessions this week.
Pow Wow, Windsor, Indigenous Services
2022 Skills Canada National Competition in Vancouver
Community Integration through Cooperative Education (CICE) program students holding a cheque with SCC President Patti France
St. Clair College’s Board of Governors held its 500th meeting Tuesday night. The Board, which is responsible for setting College policies and contributing to its Strategic Directions, is comprised of 17 members, including 12 appointed from the community, the College President and an additional four members who are elected from the College’s student, faculty, support and administrative groups. The 2021-2022 Board is photographed with a celebratory cake prior to its meeting Tuesday night.