Fall 2013Past Issues
C.E.M. Heavy Equipment donates $100,000 to Lethbridge College
C.E.M. Heavy Equipment of Lethbridge donated $100,000 to Lethbridge College, a gift that will support the college’s Trades and Technology Renewal and Innovation Project (TTRIP) through the establishment of the C.
“Power of Five:” Five families join forces to make a $1 million gift in support of scholarships, awards and bursaries
Good things come in fives: five fingers on a hand, five toes on a foot, the five senses, five oceans, quintuplets.
It's a family affair: The Sauer Family
For the Sauer family, Lethbridge College almost feels like home.
The Possibilities are Endless: A campaign to lead and transform education in Lethbridge and beyond
Wondering just what all this money is being raised to support? The five projects outlined here showcase the innovative and responsive planning Lethbridge College has embraced as it moves into its sixth decade.
From our kitchens: Thai Green Curry
As the seasons shift from summer to autumn, the chefs in the Lethbridge College Culinary Careers program sought out a recipe that would satisfy the senses and showcase some of the bounty from the garden.
Discovering Lethbridge College: The spaces you didn’t know about, the stories you haven’t yet heard.
Lethbridge College is well-known for many attributes, from its bright and experienced graduates to its gorgeous coulee views.
Where are they now?
Celebrating the successes of our alumni in their careers and throughout their lives.
Q&A with Jeremy Hummel
Many insects harm crops and cause great devastation for farmers.
Amazing ovens: An oven with an on-board computer? Lethbridge College’s high-tech self-cooking centres make meal prep for the masses a piece (or several hundred pieces) of cake.
When the Lethbridge College Culinary Careers chefs and students were asked to help prepare meals for more than 2,600 athletes and 175 officials during last year’s Alberta Summer Games, they didn’t flinch.
Campaign kickoff: Lethbridge College launches ambitious fundraising effort
Great ambition and lofty goals have never been in short supply at Lethbridge College.
Order in the classroom: Courtroom on campus gives criminal justice students experience on the witness stand
There’s a room on campus that even most long-time staff members are surprised to find exists.
President in action: September 2013
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
News and notes: September 2013
Anniversaries abound at Lethbridge College in 2013 - This year is a big one for several Lethbridge College people and programs.
More than meets the eye: From dude ranch to roller rink to favourite campus watering hole, the Barn boasts a vibrant history
In Lethbridge College’s more recent history, the D.
Scanning in three dimensions: Students in Lethbridge College’s Engineering Technologies programs will get to experience the complex and interesting nuances that a world in three dimensions offers first-hand this fall semester
Laser scanning, or high-definition surveying, brings objects to life in length, width and depth, providing highly accurate data about a physical space.
Aquaponics: Always in season
If you’ve ever had a Greek salad at the Round Street Café, an arugula salad at Mocha Cabana, or anything with herbs, tomatoes or cucumbers from the Lethbridge College kitchens, then you’ve alread
Métis Education Foundation gives $500,000 for student awards at Lethbridge College
A $500,000 gift from the Métis Education Foundation to Lethbridge College will be directed to fund Métis Student Awards, ensuring that more than $20,000 will be awarded annually to Lethbridge Colleg
Head's on learning: Cradling craniums in the classroom to help get a handle on human evolution
Shaylene Wall’s (General Studies ‘00) anthropology and archeology students are a little squeamish when she first introduces them to her impressive assortment of skulls.
Making sparks fly: Lethbridge College uses a simulator and students’ interest and skills in the virtual world to teach high-demand, real-word employment skills
Sparks still (and will always) fly in the welding program at Lethbridge College.
Editor's message - September 2013
When I started working at the college two years ago, there were no shortages of interesting discoveries to make.