Students in Lethbridge College’s automotive programs have received a boost from Ford of Canada and Dunlop Ford. The college received two new Ford vehicles, which will provide students with the opportunity to get hands-on training with some of the latest technology available in vehicles.
In honour of Black History Month, we’re sharing stories of students and employees to elevate Black voices and recognize their contributions to making our campus community a vibrant place.
When two Calgary companies were looking to test out new technology for monitoring soil moisture in agriculture, there was only one place to go: Lethbridge College.
Lethbridge College is responding to student concerns about a lack of connectivity among peers by launching The Student Roundtable, a series of sessions running weekly throughout the semester where students are able to log in and connect with other students in an informal setting.
Lethbridge College is offering free Fitness Centre memberships to all students for the Winter 2021 semester. Links between physical and mental health are well established, and this is a step the college can take to ensure students who are in the Lethbridge area have access to gym facilities.
Lethbridge College researchers are doing their part to discover and develop new antibiotics by testing plants native to Alberta for antibiotic molecules.
Lethbridge College is recognizing and celebrating the history and contributions of its Black community, as Black History Month celebrations move online for 2021. Throughout the month of February, the college will use its website and social media channels to share a variety of stories and resources that highlight the cultures and backgrounds of those who make up the college community.
Lethbridge College’s Indigenous Services department has combined new technology with traditional teachings to provide supports to students. Twice a week, the college’s students can meet online with the college’s Elders and Grandparents over Zoom for fireside chats as part of the Cultural Support program.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic will not deter organizers of the Global Game Jam. The annual worldwide event brings together participants at more than 800 locations across more than 100 countries to spend just 48 hours developing either an online or board game.
A research project by Lethbridge College researchers is breaking new ground in the study of subsurface drip fertigation (SDF). The two-year study is led by Dr. Rezvan Karimi Dehkordi, research associate on the Mueller Applied Research in Irrigation Science team and funded by a grant from the Canadian Agricultural Partnership.