As the reality of an evolving Internet becomes more mainstream, so does interest in the metaverse – a network of spaces where you can create a virtual world parallel to your physical one. Lethbridge College is bringing together some of the world’s leading voices on this computing revolution for NEXT: Beyond the Metaverse a free, virtual conference.
The Grande Cache Dinosaur Track site, located on the edge of the Rocky Mountains northwest of Edmonton, is the only large-scale exposure of dinosaur tracks known in Canada. Thanks to researchers from Lethbridge College, visitors to the Grande Cache Tourism and Interpretive Centre can follow in these dinosaurs’ footsteps.
The latest information on the COVID-19 pandemic and how it is affecting Lethbridge College.
With a rise in COVID-19 cases due to the Omicron variant and out of an abundance of caution and care for its entire campus community, Lethbridge College has decided to make changes to its program delivery for the start of the Winter 2022 semester in January.
The Government of Alberta has appointed a new member to Lethbridge College’s Board of Governors. Joshua Day Chief joins the board for a three-year term effective immediately and running through December 2024.
For a third consecutive year, Lethbridge College has been named a Canada’s Healthy Workplace Month Great Employer. The college is one of a dozen workplaces across Canada recognized this year for efforts to foster physically and psychologically safe and healthy workplaces.
Countless hours spent in the kitchen, both creating delicious delicacies and training future generations of chefs, bakers and cooks, has led to yet another significant award for one Lethbridge College chef. Doug Overes, chair of the college’s School of Culinary Arts, has earned the Canadian Culinary Federation’s Lifetime Achievement Award.
We know this season can be stressful for many reasons, and finding time to take care of yourself can be difficult. Try our 12 Days of Wellness to help you stay active and find peace.
The Holiday Bake-off Kodiak Coke Cake contest returns for a second year, giving Lethbridge College alumni the chance to enjoy a delicious treat, while having the chance to win an amazing prize pack.
Kímmapiiyipitssini: The Meaning of Empathy is an intimate portrait of survival, love and the collective work of healing in the Kainai First Nation in southern Alberta. Lethbridge College will present a screening of the award-winning documentary on Nov. 22, followed by a panel discussion with local experts in health care, social work and addictions.