Lethbridge College is opening the doors to its state-of-the-art Wind Turbine Technician lab on Thursday, March 9 to host both industry partners and the public for Wind Summit 2023.
Presenting creative ways for a growing sticker business to engage new markets was the task at hand for Lethbridge College media students last month as they participated in the eighth annual Tecconnect Challenge.
The top women’s basketball teams in the Alberta Colleges Athletics Conference (ACAC) will be shooting for gold this week at Lethbridge College. Presented by Fox Drilling, the 2023 ACAC Women’s Basketball Championship runs March 2 to 4 in the Val Matteotti Gymnasium. The host Kodiaks will compete alongside seven other teams for the chance at an ACAC title and a spot at nationals later in March.
More than 200 agriculture and bioengineering students, faculty, research scientists and industry representatives are expected at Lethbridge College July 23 to 26 for a national conference and Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Society for Bioengineering/La Société Canadienne de Génie Agroalimentaire et de Bioingénierie (CSBE/SCGAB).
There’s no shortage of Lethbridge College alumni who are outstanding leaders, thinkers and doers in their careers and communities, and this year’s Honouring Excellence award recipients are among the best and brightest.
Lethbridge College’s agriculture researchers work alongside collaborators and industry partners to solve problems and create new innovations that make a real-world difference. In the coming weeks, those researchers will put their work on display as part of three Research in RINSA networking events.
Prospective students are free to explore Lethbridge College and all it has to offer during Saturday’s campus-wide Winter Open House. Visitors can browse information booths in Centre Core to learn all about student support services before touring labs and classrooms that highlight some of the 60-plus certificate, diploma, degree and apprenticeship programs offered at the college.
A faculty member at Lethbridge College has embarked on a new project to study sustainable growing methods for blue oyster mushrooms, while providing Culinary students the opportunity to cook with gourmet produce. Thanks to an internal research grant from the college’s Centre for Applied Research Internal Fund (CARIF), Dr. Adriana Morrell, Agriculture Sciences instructor has spent the last six months creating a mycology lab on campus to test a variety of substrates and their effects on blue oyster mushroom growth.
Lethbridge College to celebrate Black History Month with cultural attire day, meal kits, guest speaker and more
Lethbridge College is celebrating Black History Month in February with an array of cultural activities and learning opportunities for everyone on campus. Organized by a committee of employees, students and the Lethbridge College Students’ Association (LCSA), events will highlight the diversity of the Black community at Lethbridge College and celebrate the history and achievements of Black Canadians while promoting equity, diversity and inclusion across the institution.
Two dozen southern Alberta high school students are getting a better understanding of the trades – as well as potential future careers – by participating in Lethbridge College’s Introduction to the Trades Dual Credit Pathway Program.