Lethbridge College is proud to officially unveil it's new offices for the Centre for Applied Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, along with the dedicated entrepreneurship and innovation space known as The Pivot.
Here is a look at events happening on the Lethbridge College campus from Sept. 23-29, 2019.
Using virtual and augmented reality to improve the lives of everyone is one of the stated goals of a guest speaker coming to Lethbridge College early next month. Amy Peck, an entrepreneur and acknowledged leader in the field, has successfully launched and run her own XR company and has helped others incorporate the technology into their businesses.
A student-designed home has won a provincial award. The Emberly, designed by Lethbridge College Interior Design Technology student Lina Wiebe for Ashcroft Master Builder, earned an Alberta BILD award for top single-family home under $300,000.
For the second year in a row, Lethbridge College is experiencing a significant increase in its student population. Nearly 5,600 students have chosen Lethbridge College for their post-secondary education, a seven per cent increase from one year ago.
A unique opportunity to design a flag pole structure in front of City Hall is being opened students in the Engineering Design and Drafting Technology at Lethbridge College.
Three of Canada’s leading post-secondary agriculture institutions are teaming up for a one-of-a-kind training opportunity and competition this weekend at Lethbridge College. McDalBridge brings together students from McGill University, Dalhousie University and Lethbridge College to create innovative solutions to Canadian agricultural challenges.
Here is a look at events happening on the Lethbridge College campus from Sept. 16-22, 2019.
Lethbridge College’s Dean of the Centre for Trades has earned a major provincial award. Sheldon Anderson was recognized with the Chairperson’s Award of Excellence at the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Awards of Excellence on Friday in Edmonton.
Pet a goat, try out your favourite sport against real Kodiaks athletes or bounce until your legs go to jelly. All are possible as Coulee Fest returns to Lethbridge College tomorrow.