A unique proposal by Seneca graduates that aims to revolutionize farming has won the $5,000 second prize in the Ontario colleges’ William G. Davis Innovation Fund contest.
Seneca’s School of Fashion will take over the runway as ten recent graduates showcase their collections at Toronto Women’s Fashion Week (TW).
CPA Ontario accreditation of the Advanced Accounting and Finance program reinforces Seneca’s long-standing reputation for accounting excellence.
With the beginning of the new school year, Seneca’s faculty experts are available to comment on a variety of back-to-school topics as they relate to psychology, child development, mental health, fashion, eyewear and more.
Seneca is the first postsecondary institution in Canada to have a graduate-level program in financial planning approved by the Canadian Securities Institute (CSI).
NSERC Industrial Research Chair for Colleges Chris Tyler to continue research on emerging computing platforms
Seneca will use $3,443,600 in funding from the Government of Ontario to create a new Indigenous student space; revitalize the School of Aviation’s fleet of aircraft; reimagine the journalism program’s TV studio; and expand a laptop and tablet loaning program for students.
Seneca College will carry out a national project that will help dry-cleaning operators across the country understand their role in preventing pollution.
Seneca is the first Ontario College to have two financial planning advanced diplomas approved by the Canadian Securities Institute (CSI).
Seneca, CIBC, KPMG in Canada and the University of Toronto received awards for their achievements in mentoring at a special event on January 25 for The Mentoring Partnership, a program of the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC) and employer and community partners.
Seneca’s School of Fashion has partnered with leading textile reclamation company, Textile Waste Diversion (TWD), on a research project with the goal of reducing the mounds of unwanted clothing that currently ends up in municipal landfills.