Lethbridge College’s third annual Coulee Fest will take place on Saturday, Sept. 14, and will be headlined by a performance from internationally-renowned singer-songwriter Leeroy Stagger. Stagger will cap off a day of free live music, family fun areas, food trucks, beer gardens, interactive program showcase areas and more.
Create a new video game from scratch in just 48 hours. That is the task presented to participants of Alberta Game Jam, Alberta’s first province-wide hackathon-style event for game developers. From professional designers to amateur hobbyists, everyone is welcome to take part in the event that runs from Aug. 23 to 25. Lethbridge College will be the southern Alberta host site.
Dawn Sugimoto, Lethbridge College’s internal communications specialist, has been named one of four SimpsonScarborough Scholars by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). She is the only Canadian to win the award this year.
Lethbridge College will receive nearly $1.15 million in federal research funding, the Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport, announced this morning in Ontario.
The college will receive $1 million towards its Centre for Sustainable Food Production, while an additional $147,023 of funding will provide two Lethbridge College researchers with equipment vital to their work.
As new technologies emerge, they create a market for those who know how to make those technologies come to life. In this environment, Lethbridge College is on the leading edge as it launches two new programs for Fall 2019.
Lethbridge College is pleased to announce that Troy Reeb will receive an honorary degree at this year’s convocation ceremony. Reeb will receive a Bachelor of Applied Arts degree at the ceremony on April 26 at the Enmax Centre.
Building on the success of its first two years, Coulee Fest will return to Lethbridge College on Sept. 14. Launched as part of the college’s 60th anniversary celebrations in 2017, Coulee Fest has turned into an annual celebration for the college and the entire community.
Lethbridge College has arrived on the speaker series circuit as Wider Horizons: An evening with... will launch in April with bestselling author and former speechwriter to President George W. Bush, David Frum as the inaugural speaker. The series is sponsored by a $50,000 gift from Bruce McKillop.
Four Lethbridge College alumni have been recognized with this year’s Honouring Excellence awards. Each of the award recipients has used their Lethbridge College education as a springboard to great careers and extraordinary accomplishments both in Lethbridge and beyond.
Where there is change and disruption, there is opportunity. That is the key message as the 20th annual, hosted by Lethbridge College, takes place on Thursday, Jan. 17, at the Sandman Signature Lethbridge Lodge. Tickets are now available for southern Alberta’s leading conference on issues and trends within the red meat industry.