Meet this year's Employee Excellence Award winners whose leadership, service and innovation make Lethbridge College a great place to learn and work.
Lethbridge College’s Advancement team was recognized for its outstanding work by winning six CASE District VIII 2019 Communications Awards at a ceremony in Vancouver. The college received five awards for exemplary achievement in marketing and communications while senior communications specialist Paul Kingsmith received a Rising Star award.
Residents of Taber and its nearby communities now have the chance to provide feedback on the educational needs of the community and guide future programming. The Community Survey of Educational Needs is available online and will help gauge how Lethbridge College can serve the region.
Here is a look at events happening on the Lethbridge College campus from Feb. 11-18, 2019.
A home designed a two Lethbridge College student was voted as a finalist for a major industry award. The Emberly, designed by Interior Design Technology student Lina Wiebe, was a finalist in the annual BILD Lethbridge awards.
Lethbridge College is making it easier for prospective students to pursue their post-secondary educational goals. The Winter Open House takes place on Saturday and everyone who applies on-the-spot will have the application fees waived.
Here is a look at events happening on the Lethbridge College campus from Feb. 4-10, 2019.
The Lethbridge College Kodiaks are joining programs from across the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) to Make Some Noise for Mental Health this week. The campaign is designed to encourage empathy, understanding and open-mindedness while promoting resources and support available on campus for those who need it.
A decades-old collection that helps identify a wide variety of soil types from across western Canada now resides at Lethbridge College. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) has donated 110 soil monoliths to the college.
Its history is murky. Its journey to its new home took more than 30 years. And any firm answers to fill in the blanks may have disappeared with an old photograph and the passing of one of southern Alberta’s leading soil scientists.