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From 1994 to 1998, he was Executive Vice-President of the University College of Cape Breton, after which he was President and Chief Executive Officer of Nova Scotia Community College until 2005.
Unpublished paper prepared for Celtic Studies 299, University College of Cape Breton.
Mohareb Universite de Moncton (biochimie) Catherine Theriault Universite de Moncton (chimie) Andre Pelletier Universite du Quebec a Chicoutimi (chimie) Carole Grenon Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres (chimie et biochimie) Josee Provencher-Maudeville University College of Cape Breton (Bachelor of Technology, chemical science) Lori Lee Jessome The University College of the Cariboo (chemistry) Sachiko S.
Andrew Reynolds, University College of Cape Breton.
Working with Industry Canada, the alliance works as a broker of programs made available through Laurentian, University College of Cape Breton, Tele-Universite du Quebec, Universite de Moncton, Athabasca University, BC Open University, Brandon University, Royal Roads University, University of Manitoba and University of Victoria.
Brian Tennyson, of the University College of Cape Breton, and Roger Sarty, the Director of Research and Exhibit Development at the Canadian War Museum, have combined their talents to rectify the situation.
What we are talking about is a comprehensive strategy involving all stakeholders," says Jacquelyn Thayer Scott, president and vice-chancellor of University College of Cape Breton and chair of the expert panel on skills.
It all began in January 1992 when six students at the University College of Cape Breton were given an assignment in their undergraduate marketing management course.