Fall 2009Past Issues
Our Grads keep it growing
- It may have been around for some 10 millennia, but agriculture still requires innovation to continue growing.
Partners in the field
- Lethbridge College has expanded its network of partnerships in the Agriculture field in southern Alberta.
Tracy Edwards tours Russia
Lethbridge College President Tracy Edwards received an invitation from Stockwell Day, Minister of International Trade and the Asia-Pacific Gateway, to join a Federal Trade Mission to Russia in advance of the 2014 Olympics in Sochi.
View a few our favourite shots! Thanks to everyone who submitted a photo.
Penny Takahashi (Renewable Resource Management ’03) doesn’t speak much “computer.
College expertise goes Olympic
In roughly five months, when the Vancouver Winter Olympic Games open, among the most intent observers will be members of the delegation from Sochi, a relatively small Russian city on the shore of the Black Sea, chosen as host of the 2014 games.
College compass helps navigate change
When the local economy took a downturn, Lethbridge College responded with a free employment-readiness course for the community.
Chalk talk: Kodiaks smarten up
When basketball players at Lethbridge College finish hitting three-pointers, they, like all Kodiaks athletes, hit the books.
Cellmates: Duo tracks big cat DNA
Tamara Hariz and Jennifer Bourk are tracking cougars.
Aquaculture, Ag and DNA
Innovation and research are taking Lethbridge College to interesting places of late, realms of fang and fin, of DNA, of computer wizardry and the world’s oldest profession.
All ages yearning to learn
They come to Lethbridge from around the globe, intelligent, industrious, aspiring.
Nine lives: Dave helps these felines live them all
Dave Haight doesn’t much mind being surrounded by 22 cougars in an enclosed space at Lethbridge College.
Did you eat today? If so, thank the growing industry of agriculture.
English Language Centre: Our window to the world
As a student of Slavic languages, Philip Harttrup had a desire, while at the University of Toronto, to read Russian literature in its original tongue.
World wind romance
From its humble beginnings in Pincher Creek to recent national recognition, Lethbridge College’s Wind Turbine Technician program is poised to become an international wind-energy academy.
Where are they now?
Yvette Deleff (nee Dyke)- Nursing, 1988 - Since graduation Yvette has focused on geriatric nursing, moving to Grand Prairie in 1988 until 1989 when she moved to Sarcee, Carewest Long Term Care in Calgary.
Tiffin lesson: Succession needs a plan
Barrie Broughton has seen it happen more than once.
Surveying her future
Lydia Penner (Geomatics Engineering Technology 2008) heads a survey crew for Altus Geomatics in Grande Prairie.
RCGA chips in for golf program
When the last putt had dropped at the 2008 Canadian Amateur Golf Championship at Paradise Canyon, Darrell Ell and his organizing committee began looking for a way to create an event legacy.
Q & A with Disney’s latest flash
Johannes Tacskovics is a senior Flash developer, a job title that might pique interest among readers, or might not, depending on your familiarity with the technology.
Perspectives: What is your perspective on wind energy?
Greg Weadick- MLA, Lethbridge West - On behalf of Premier Ed Stelmach and the government of Alberta, I’m proud to congratulate Lethbridge College for the unprecedented success of its Wind Turbine Te
Memory nurtures students
When Bill Harrison, popular Lethbridge College instructor and public school guidance counselor, passed away suddenly – and much too young – in 1986, his wife Elaine (pictured left) figured she knew how best to preserve his memory.
Mean streets are Saskia’s avenue
Downtown Vancouver is more than mere miles away from Saskia Schopman’s hometown of Vauxhall.
Four strong winds find the power
Lethbridge College has joined forces with the Southern Alberta Alternative Energy Partnership to promote wind energy.