A research project at Lethbridge College has compiled all of the Kodiaks championship history in one place for the first time, and it shows the Kodiaks are even more successful than initially known.
In 2020, you can get a clear vision of how global trends will affect your cattle operation at Lethbridge College’s Tiffin Conference. The 21st edition of the annual conference, which focuses on opportunities and challenges in the red meat industry, will take place on Jan. 16.
The ACAC soccer championships are coming to Lethbridge College in 2020. The Kodiaks were named as the host for both the women’s and men’s tournaments during the ACAC annual meeting.
Here is a look at events happening on the Lethbridge College campus from Dec. 9 to 15, 2019.
Every successful person has an origin story, and Lethbridge College wants to celebrate the stars who got their start on our campus. Nominations are now open for 2020 Honouring Excellence awards.
Here is a look at events happening on the Lethbridge College campus from Dec. 2 to 8, 2019.
Lethbridge College has been recognized as one of Canada’s top 50 research colleges for the sixth time in seven years. The college rose three spots to 47th in the annual rankings released by Research Infosource.
A social entrepreneur who believes businesses can help boost communities is bringing his innovative ideas to Lethbridge College. Mark Brand will lead a design thinking workshop with Lethbridge College students and employees.
Cindy Warner, an access services specialist in the Buchanan Library, has launched Lethbridge College’s 30th Food for Fines campaign, where food donations to the Lethbridge College Students’ Association Food Bank can be used to potentially forgive overdue charges in the Buchanan Library.
The man whose devastating prostate cancer diagnosis inspired annual Movember fundraisers at Lethbridge College seven years ago wants supporters to know he’s still battling – and he hopes you’ll join the fight. Vince Ellert, an instructor in the Agriculture program from 1996 until 2016, says he’s living proof of the difference research funded in part by Movember is making.