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Dr. Chandra Singh becomes RDAR-funded research chair

Dr. Chandra Singh, Lethbridge College’s senior research chair in agricultural engineering and technology, has been granted nearly $500,000 over five years by Results Driven Agriculture Research (RDAR) to continue his work in post-harvest crop and quality losses.

Student Success
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College apprentices shine at Skills Canada competition

A huge and hearty congratulations go out to Kylar Bloomberg (second year – Plumber Apprentice) and Jaylon Koehn (second year – Welder Apprentice) who won silver medals at this year’s Skills Canada competition held May 29 to June 1 in Quebec City.

Campus News
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Lethbridge College to celebrate spring convocates Friday

Lethbridge College is ready to celebrate spring graduates with two convocation ceremonies and an Indigenous Honour Night. Convocation ceremonies will take place at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Friday in the Val Matteotti Gymnasium.

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Preparing for exams: Experts at Lethbridge College recommend five areas of focus

High school students across the region will be writing final exams in the coming weeks and are likely searching for helpful study tips and strategies to best prepare. The experts at Lethbridge College – Jayne Werry, Learning Café academic strategist and Corrine Janzen, intake coordinator, Wellness Services – are here to help with their top five suggested areas of focus.

Campus News
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Students make history at Hack and Seek

High school students gathered in Lethbridge, Edmonton and Calgary this weekend to create VR applications to address a health-related issue. Along the way, they made history as part of the first Alberta-wide hackathon.