Research applications head to the sky
Later this spring you might see a UAS flying over Lakeland College. Not a UFO, but an unmanned aerial vehicle system, a research tool for agriculture and environmental sciences as well as fire and emergency services. Funding for the project came from a new NSERC grant.
Former Rustler training current athletes
Current student, former Rustler and entrepreneur Erin McGladdery knows a bit about scheduling. Her EMAC Performance Centre in Lloydminster
signed a 3-year agreement to provide training and conditioning to all Rustler athletes.
In other news
Interim president Alice Wainwright-Stewart notes provincial budget decreases are less than expected, and the college budget is due out this month
Enviro student Jess Verstappen met the Alberta Premier as part of winning the province's top 4-H award
Seek excellence, not perfection is the message
a business student is taking from social business innovator Barbara Stegemann, keynote speaker at last month's business education month events organized by the Lloydminster Chamber of Commerce.
No fooling--individual team awards were presented and 2015's male and female athletes of the year
were announced on April 1 at the athletics awards celebration.
The Link photo gallery features action from the Cowboy & Cow Horse Competition as well as activities and food to help students de-stress as classes wound down last week.