Fall 2010Past Issues
First Nations trust officers will soon be investing band funds based on advice from Lethbridge College.
In the past few months, Lethbridge College’s efforts to increase and promote sustainability on campus have been spearheaded by its Green Leadership Office (GLO), the collective noun for Leona Rousseau and Dave McRae.
When the earthquake struck the Caribbean country in January, many responded with financial aid and boots-on-the-ground assistance.
Wider Horizons asked: - What type of learning do you prefer as a student, traditional learning or distance learning? - Nikki Gordon- educational assistant - Lethbridge Outreach High School - As a sing
Lethbridge College’s new Kodiak House helps students hone their ‘away game.
Brent Morris decided to celebrate his 25th by opening doors for students.
Lethbridge College is preparing for the next wave of learners who want their education available 24/7 and don’t particularly enjoy classrooms.
As educators priming our learners for the challenging worlds they’ll find waiting upon graduation, we expect them to climb some pretty steep learning curves during their time with us.
As a centre for innovation, the college’s proposed trades and technologies facility will include a “living” laboratory, focused on developing and teaching innovative ideas and initiatives, many of which will focus on sustainability.
Lenora Lynn (Yalowoski) Carriere- Therapeutic Recreation Management ‘81 - After successful completion at Lethbridge Community College, I returned to my home province of Manitoba for a few months.
Wider Horizons has supplied readers with insightful tips from Lethbridge College instructors in many previous issues.
Refugees come to Canada seeking freedoms Canadians take for granted.
With its prowess in wind power, Lethbridge College is helping communities plug in emerging technology to harness this new industry.
Nicole Bach (Environmental Assessment and Restoration ’99) respected the outdoors as a southern Alberta kid.
So, you've built that better mousetrap, solved the puzzle of perpetual motion, or created the next great Christmas fad.
Lethbridge College’s desire to interact with the community it serves hasn’t changed since it was founded more than five decades ago.
Lethbridge College’s annual event will draw students and employers together for a day of speed-dating Nov.
Books may be on life-support, but with a little rehabilitation, the library will continue to deliver knowledge.