Lakeland Link February 16, 2018

 

Photo Gallery

A month in photos! Check out what Lakeland was up to in January 2018.

NKBA student design winners

Hailey Kaspick and Brooklyn Gogowich, Class of 2017 interior design technology attended the NKBA Design Competition awards event last month.

#BreakingDownBarriers

How are Lakeland and Eagle Builders breaking down the financial barriers to student success? Click to find out.

Indigenous Student Lounge open to everyone

Open to all students, the Indigenous Student Lounge is a space to share with all members of Lakeland’s community.

Superclusters selected

Lakeland has no regrets about being a leading player in the SASC initiative.

Lakeland’s first online ambassador

The first graduate of the French-language version of Lakeland's ELCC is giving back as an ambassador.

Hairstyling students give back

Over $300 in donations was raised at a charity event that Lakeland's hairstyling students had a hand in.

Shanghai Curlers vs Rustlers

Students from Shanghai, China faced the Rustlers in exhibition play on Feb. 8.

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UT instructor Charlene Bonnar is a published author

Lakeland College English instructor Charlene Bonnar co-authored a chapter about Indigenization and completed her master of arts in integrated studies through Athabasca University.

Lakeland and UCVM sign Coordination Agreement

The purpose of the collaboration is to develop more learning and research opportunities for students and faculty at both post-secondary institutions.

ATEP cohort coming to Lakeland

Lakeland and the U of A will collaboratively offer the university’s ATEP. Graduates will earn a bachelor of education (elementary).

Dual credit course leads to enviro sciences program

Kaylie Krys is in her first year of the conservation and restoration ecology major.

SLIP students receive recognition

SLIP students were presented with a plaque, framed Deaf 55+ Games bronze medal, certificates and $500 to support their graduation celebration.