Lethbridge College is the fortunate recipient of many gifts throughout the year, from employees giving $10 a month to community and industry partners giving a million dollars or more.
Dr. Paula Burns takes a moment to share a smile with Thomas Lukaszuk, Alberta’s Deputy Premier and Minister of Enterprise and Advanced Education, and Bridget Pastoor (Nursing ’87), Lethbridge East
Ready to hit the ground running: Dr. Paula Burns, new President and CEO, sees countless opportunities for innovation at Canada’s first public college.
Dr. Paula Burns had much to take in when she made her first trip to Lethbridge last fall – and she noticed it all.
I’d like to start by wishing a happy new year to all of the readers of Wider Horizons.
It’s been said that the road to success is not a path you follow but a trail you blaze.
There’s more than meets the eye when it comes to small towns (and small colleges).
At Lethbridge College, you could say that we are our own self-contained small city.
In this issue, our 13th, you’ll find the longest story we’ve printed since we initially published Wider Horizons in the fall of 2007.
Since taking the reins at Lethbridge College more than five years ago, I’ve become a bit of a braggart.