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Studying part time to succeed in the Canadian workplace: Three pieces of advice from Hans Hwang

November 29, 2021

Hans Hwang relocated to Canada from China in 2015. He brought 20 years of experience as a software developer specializing...

The vein network in plant leaves: Clues for adaptation to a warming world?

November 18, 2021

Dr. David Holloway, BCIT Mathematics faculty, and Dr. Carol Wenzel, BCIT Biotechnology faculty, recently had the honour of publishing their...

BCIT Industrial Network Cybersecurity Lab is the first of its kind in Canada

November 2, 2021

With cybercrime set to cost the world $10.5 trillion by 2025, businesses need to view cybersecurity as an integral part of...

Celebrate the season of giving by shopping the 2nd annual BCIT Alumni Holiday Market

November 1, 2021

How do you show your loved ones you care? Surprise them with special gifts that spark joy from the second...

“Working in IT gives you a chance to shape the future”: Q&A with Computing’s Tim Guicherd

October 28, 2021

The pandemic has only underlined the importance of the IT systems that sustain our society and its systems. With continued...

From audio engineer to IUGO games developer: Matt Moldowan’s route

October 25, 2021

We caught up with grad Matt Moldowan, now four years into his games development career, to learn how he pivoted...

“Hit the ground running”: BCIT’s approach to teaching cloud computing

October 6, 2021

All sectors experienced significant change in the last year, but there’s one that’s thrived above most. Cloud services have seen...

BCIT students support RCMP in developing Cyber Learning Resource Portal

October 5, 2021

In an ongoing effort to expand cybersecurity education across industries while providing applied, real-world experience to BCIT students, the BCIT...