Lethbridge’s longest-running charity golf event returns to the links later this month with a new presenting sponsor. Galko Homes Master Builder is throwing its support behind the tournament that raises funds for student awards. As part of a three-year partnership, Galko’s involvement will help create a new student award named in honour of Chloe Galts, who founded Galko Homes along with her husband Marvin and his siblings.
The Lethbridge College Kodiaks are set to hit the court, pitch, track and trail more than 100 times this upcoming season. The Kodiaks 2018-19 Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference schedule is now set and it promises to be an exciting season of action.
Students and their families have a chance to get a head start on the new school year as Lethbridge College hosts a Family Orientation session tomorrow. Beginning at 1:30 p.m. in the Food Court (AN1639), the information session is designed for parents, spouses and other adult family members of students coming to the college this fall.
Lethbridge College research project investigates new micro-nanofiltration system for zero-waste food production
Biochar: it’s light, durable, readily accessible and could be a key to zero-waste food production in the world’s greenhouses and aquaponics systems. And a research project at Lethbridge College is testing it as a micro-nanofiltration system in aquaponics.
One year of celebration just wasn’t enough, so Lethbridge College is bringing Coulee Fest back to campus this year. Featuring live music, family fun areas, food trucks, academic showcases, beer gardens and much more, the free Coulee Fest community festival will be held on Saturday, Sept. 15.
Ashcroft Master Builder and Lethbridge College want to change the life of one deserving individual. Applications are now open for the inaugural Ashcroft: Giving Back scholarship contest, where the winning recipient will receive a scholarship worth up to $10,000 in any of Lethbridge College’s available programs.
Lethbridge College has received its first institutional grant funding from the federal government’s Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), a relative rarity for colleges. Lethbridge College’s SSHRC grant will provide $45,000 over three years to support small-scale research and related activities.
Lethbridge College has a mission for those interested in agriculture, innovation and entrepreneurship. The Agriculture Entrepreneur in Residence (AgENT) program will launch in September by pairing students with local industry partners to solve real-world problems that affect the agriculture industry.
A group of 38 men and women from Quebec are immersing themselves in the English language and experiencing southern Alberta culture from a home base at Lethbridge College. The participants are living and learning in Lethbridge for five weeks as part of the Explore bursary program that encourages them to build language skills and discover another part of Canada.
Lethbridge College has received a $50,000 gift from the Picture Butte Lions Club to support students on campus with eyesight limitations. The Ron LeClaire Memorial Award is named in memory of a long-time Picture Butte Lions Club member and will be used to create scholarships for students who are blind or visually-impaired.