Lethbridge College is celebrating the newly renamed Centre for Business, Arts and Sciences (CBAS). The centre, previously known as the Centre for Applied Arts and Sciences, excels at providing multiple pathways for students to pursue career opportunities or further education.
The quality training available to students in Lethbridge College’s Simulated Patient Health Environment for Research and Education (SPHERE) lab has been singled out for its exceptional results by an independent evaluation.
Lethbridge College’s Wider Horizons magazine has once again earned numerous industry accolades. The writing, design, illustration and photography produced by the college’s Communications and Marketing team members earned multiple awards from two different organizations in 2021.
A recently graduated Lethbridge College student is set to receive real-world experience in the world of journalism as this year’s recipient of the annual Troy Reeb internship. Alejandra Pulido-Guzman, a 2021 graduate of the college’s Digital Communications and Media program, is this year’s recipient.
With a commitment to learning from place and honouring the land on which it resides, Lethbridge College is hosting a virtual National Indigenous Peoples Day event on Monday, June 21.
Happy campers are set to return to Lethbridge College’s campus this summer. Registration is now open for a wide variety of Lethbridge College summer camps that will teach skills, keep children and teenagers active, and create comradery among campers.
In a show of support for the 2SLGBTQIA+ community, Lethbridge College raised the Pride Flag on campus on Monday morning. The raising of the flag coincides with Lethbridge Pride celebrations, which are taking place throughout the week.
A Lethbridge College apprenticeship student has earned the title of best in Canada in his age group when it comes to Heavy Vehicle Technology. Danny Peeters was announced as the Skills Canada national gold medalist.
A new partnership between Lethbridge College and Southland International Trucks will provide trades students with exclusive training opportunities, software and equipment to support their training and career development.
Irrigation researchers at Lethbridge College have long been working on optimizing the amount of water needed to grow crops in a variety of fields, but new funding will allow the team to get a more accurate view of how much moisture is present below the surface.