Student Success
The Lethbridge College chapter of the LEO Club take part in a community clean-up event.

LEO Club looks for new opportunities to support the community

One of Lethbridge College’s longest-running student clubs is looking for new opportunities to continue supporting southern Albertans. The award-winning LEO Club is actively searching for new volunteer opportunities.

Campus News
A man, Peter Mansbridge, smiles at the camera.

Peter Mansbridge to headline upcoming DISRUPTOR speaker series

Lethbridge College’s AgENT program is highlighting those who have broken new ground, led in innovation and created opportunities for themselves and others as part of the DISRUPTOR speaker series. Award-winning Canadian journalist, Peter Mansbridge, will be the fourth speaker to participate in this series.

Kodiaks Athletics
Tractor pulls a charter bus from the snowbank.

Tractor pulls Kodiaks men’s volleyball team bus from snowbank

The Kodiaks men’s volleyball team got a first-hand look at small town generosity last month when their bus became stranded in rural Saskatchewan. The team was on its way to Caronport Jan. 20 for a weekend series against Briercrest College. While road conditions were favourable early in the trip, freezing rain was causing serious issues east of Maple Creek.

Campus News
a video camera mounted on the wall in an interview room.

New interview rooms provide students with replicated work environments

Students enrolled in Lethbridge College’s Centre for Justice and Human Services (CJHS) can conduct a variety of interviews in a closed and safe environment thanks to the creation of new interview rooms where police statements or human services counseling can take place.

Campus News
Litter scattered in grass.

Environmental Science students share litter stories with school children

Students in Lethbridge College’s School of Environmental Sciences didn’t just research the problem of litter this fall; they shared their knowledge with elementary and junior high students. 

College students in Dr. Tali Neta’s Geographic Information System class worked in pairs to collect data such as photos, location and types of litter using a free mobile app called OpenLitterMap. Their data is now part of the app’s world map, and one of the students is one of the most prolific app contributors in Canada. 

Campus News
Dr. Kenny Corscadden smiles at the camera.

Experienced leader promoted to lead research and partnerships

An experienced researcher and academic leader who has led Lethbridge College’s Centre for Applied Research, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CARIE) to unprecedented growth is moving up to a new position. Dr. Kenny Corscadden has been named interim Vice President – Research and Partnerships at Lethbridge College.

Making a Difference
Three people pose in front of agricultural equipment. From left to right: Jason Sentes, Chief Executive Officer, 1st Choice Savings and Credit Union; Byrne Cook, Chair, School of Agriculture, Lethbridge College; Cassidy Langridge, Digital Branding Specialist, 1st Choice Savings and Credit Union

1st Choice Savings invests in the future of agriculture students

Knowing that every great harvest starts with a single seed, 1st Choice Savings and Credit Union is investing in the future of agriculture with a $55,000 gift to support student awards in both Lethbridge College’s Bachelor of Agriculture Science degree program and the Agriculture Sciences diploma program.