New dean in charge
No stranger to Lakeland College, Brad Onofrychuk is the new dean for the School of Business and Continuing Education.
Two bachelor of applied science: environmental management students' practicum has been a memorable experience, but not for reasons you might expect.
In other news
In Alice's final column for 2016
, she discusses a recent visit from Marlin Schmidt, Minister of Advanced Education, the Government of Alberta's Adult System Learning Principles and more.
Darrel Howell, board of governors chair, shares a holiday message
from the board.
University transfer students designed and executed their own experiments in biology
Do you know what lives on your cellphone? An interactive lab
during Open House shed some insight.
Animal health technology students have been busy gaining hands-on experience with canines thanks to dental labs
and rehabilitation labs
The Business Club
is preparing to host the fourth annual Fashion on a Budget Show.
Synergy Speakers' Corner
is not only helping students with their public speaking skills, it's also boosting their confidence.
- a new student-run group - is organizing a conference for January.
The Commons is helping students to combat procrastination
at the Lloydminster campus.
Since the beginning of the 2016-17 academic year, more than 100 peer tutors
have worked one-on-one with over 300 students.
Students in Cold Lake learned more about carpentry with Lakeland's John Wilkinson
Find out what's new with Lakeland alumni in the latest issue of the Excel
When Rustlers women’s volleyball star Chelsea Steinely
is on the court, not only are mom and dad in the stands, but her children are too.
Here's a roundup of headlines made by Lakeland students, staff and faculty:
Michaela Ketsa was among the university transfer students who shared their final presentations for Drama 247 on Nov. 28. Check out the last photo gallery of 2016
to see what else has been happening at Lakeland.