A growing research partnership between Lethbridge College and Southern Irrigation will provide valuable insight that could help producers maximize their crop production. The college and Southern Irrigation are studying the opportunities created by subsurface drip fertigation, a method that applies water and fertilizer directly to the rootzones of plants through a series of pipes.
Spring is in the air and so are the discs at Lethbridge College’s newest outdoor amenity.
A nine-hole disc golf course was constructed in summer 2021, on the north green space near the tennis court entrance.
High school students in southern Alberta are getting the chance to explore potential career pathways thanks to a new initiative at Lethbridge College. Exploratory programming allows students in Grades 10 and 11 to visit campus for a day and explore their program of choice. College instructors are on hand to deliver the programs, which help participants become more familiar with their chosen field of study.
A member of the Lethbridge College Communications team received a national award today for making a significant impact on the employee community through her skilled and engaging communications, her creative problem-solving skills, and her ability to build relationships and make connections with colleagues across campus.
Thinking of heading to post-secondary this fall? Now is your chance to learn how starting a university degree at Lethbridge College makes sense – and get a chance to win free tuition for the first year as well.
It was an eye-opening day of fieldwork for dozens of Lethbridge College biology students in the General Arts and Science program, who gathered in the river valley to not only clean up trash but to document every single piece of litter they recovered. Their involvement in the Helen Schuler Nature Centre’s Coulee Cleanup was part of a class assignment called the Stewardship Project.
A new partnership with one of Canada’s leading renewable energy construction companies continues to affirm Lethbridge College’s reputation as one of Canada’s leaders in wind energy training. Borea Construction and Lethbridge College have collaborated to offer three two-week training sessions for new Borea employees in the college’s Wind Turbine Technician lab.
Whether they are shaping the future of the renewable energy industry, improving the lives and health of Albertans, dedicating a career to public service, or launching new and innovative businesses, this year’s alumni award recipients at Lethbridge College have distinguished themselves in a variety of meaningful ways.
A Lethbridge College student will be learning the ropes in two of Canada’s major market media centres as the recipient of this year’s Troy Reeb Internship.
Nicholas Rabl, a first-year Digital Communications and Media (DCM) student, was selected for the internship based on a story proposal he submitted, detailing the racially biased treatment Indigenous people often face in off-reserve settings.
There will be no chance for summertime boredom to set in at Lethbridge College, where more than 20 exciting summer camps are ready to roll this summer. The camps will be filled with fun, camaraderie and activity for children and teenagers alike, while introducing campers to a wide array of skills and unique experiences.