Erica Mawson is a 33 year old student in the Bachelor of Interior Design program at RCC Institute of Technology. In this Guest blog post she discusses acronyms and a recent Herman Miller event she attended.
For more than 10 years Ryan Clark used breadboards to build electronic circuits, but breadboards aren’t ideal. So, Clark invented a work around called JIGMOD, which is garnering media attention and financial backing from around the world.
NXT City engages young adults, the future drivers of our cities and country as a whole, to become involved in the urban planning, green initiatives and design of a city; literally shaping an environment for the future. Find out what RCC Institute of Technology Bachelor of Interior Design student Erica Mawson though of the recent NXT City Prize event and how it applies to her field.
The fall isn’t just a time for cooler temperatures, sweaters and pumpkin spiced lattes. It is also a wonderful time to get hired! Whether you are looking for part-time work while you study or if you are a recent graduate of RCC Institute of Technology or Toronto Film School, the fall is a great time for people seeking employment.
Erica Mawson is a 33 year old student in the Bachelor of Interior Design program at RCC Institute of Technology. In this guest blog, Erica discusses a recent trip to NeoCon, the commercial interiors industry's most important annual event, in Chicago and why she thinks it is important for students to take the time to network.
Paul Graham manages the library resources for the online library with Yorkville University, he also manages resources for physical locations for the RCC Institute of Technology in Toronto. In this Guest Blog, Graham discusses how a look at our history can keep us motivated in our day-to-day.
From the Water Ionizer Machine to the Oxygen Multiplier, a 3D Laser Scanner, Wireless Robot and more, the judges at the 2015Electronics Showcase at RCC Institute of Technology said they walked away very impressed. The annual showcase of projects by students in the Bachelor of Technology (Electronics Engineering Technology) was held on June 3, 2015 at RCC Institute of Technology’s Steeles Campus. As always, a panel of industry experts was brought in to assist in choosing the winning projects.
It’s always a highlight of the year, when graduating students in the Bachelor of Technology (Electronics Engineering Technology) at RCC Institute of Technology come together to show off their final projects at the annual The Electronics Showcase. The 2015 showcase, held on June 3 at RCC Institute of Technology’s Steele’s campus, featured seven innovative and impressive electronic creations.
On May 1, 2015 RCC Institute of Technology celebrated its most recent crop of graduates at a ceremony at the Toronto Centre for the Arts. See the highlights here!
It’s the highlight of the year for electronics students at RCC Institute of Technology, the annual Electronics Showcase, where their final projects are put on display. Bachelor of Technology (Electronics Engineering Technology) students spend hundreds of hours conceiving and constructing their final projects and this year’s event will feature a Water Ionizer Machine, an Oxygen Multiplier, a 3D Laser Scanner, a Wireless Robot and more.