Hairstyling program goes full-time
With solid support from industry, Lakeland's moving from a pre-employment hairstylist program to a full-time hairstyling certificate. The new full-time program will be offered at the Lloydminster campus starting this fall. Students who complete the 1,400 hours of training over a 10-month period can graduate with a certificate and be eligible to become hairstylist apprentices.
Beef Day 2017 March 24
Students in the purebred beef, commercial beef and livestock research units of the Student-Managed Farm (SMF) – Powered by New Holland are ready to host Beef Day 2017
In other news
President Alice Wainwright-Stewart
congratulates student-athletes, discusses the recent engagement survey, shares an update on the Dairy Learning Centre and more in her latest column.
Lakeland recently celebrated ACAC gold by the Rustlers women's volleyball team
. Now, everyone is cheering on the women's team
at nationals. Later this month, Rustlers curling teams
are at CCAA nationals in Camrose.
Lakeland's business case team is gearing up for the 12th annual Alberta Deans of Business Case Competition
This esthetician student says Lakeland's student-managed spa
is "the best thing Lakeland can offer us."
Two Class of 2015 environmental sciences alumnae - Shelby Kaczur
and Brooke Howat
- share how they took advantage of Lakeland's two-plus-two option to continue their education.
Lakeland recently received an environmental stewardship award
for 2016 from Clear Glycol & Solvents Inc.
Fashion on a Budget 2017
was a hit last week with participants, students and attendees. And it generated outstanding support for the local food bank.
The tradition continues this weekend with Little Royal
at the Vermilion campus.
, Lakeland's crop research specialist, is one of three fresh faces in the field of ag research featured by Grainswest.
The Alberta Beef & Forage Grazing Centre is teaming up with the Student-Managed Farm - Powered by New Holland livestock unit to study the impact of genomics
, a Lakeland alum, was recently selected as the 2016-17 ACAC Women's Volleyball Coaches of the Year.