Lakeland Link June 25, 2018

The Link is Lakeland College's e-newsletter, published twice monthly through the academic year, with a roundup of news, photos and upcoming events.

Feast on the Farm 2018

The third annual Feast on the Farm is on Saturday, Aug. 18.

Convocation 2018

Lakeland College marked the end of its 100th academic term with three convocation ceremonies.

Photo Galleries

From Convocation to Homecoming, campus has been busy! Check out our latest photo galleries to see all the action.

15-year winning streak

Two interior design technology students placed in the 2017-2018 National Kitchen and Bath Association Student Design Competition.

Turning rust into gold

Norman Stevens, Class of 2018, took a leave from his job to complete our street rod technologies program at the college’s Energy Park Site.

Meeting industry demand

Our new Animal Health Clinic will officially open on Friday, Sept. 7.

National award for dean

Josie Van Lent is the winner of the 2018 Gold Award of Excellence from Colleges and Institutes Canada.

New animal wellness program

This collaborative certificate program was designed by Lakeland's human services and agricultural sciences faculty and the Dreamcatcher Animal Assisted Wellness Academy.

New website feature

Check out Program Match. It's a tool designed to help students who aren't sure about what they want to study.

Skills’ automobile technology medalist

Two Lakeland automotive service technician apprentices earned medals at the 2018 Alberta Provincial Skills Canada Competition.

2nd place steamfitter/pipefitter

Steamfitter/pipefitter apprentice, Lindsay Graham, placed second at the 2018 Alberta Provincial Skills Canada Competition on June 1.

Hairstyling winners

Three hairstyling students excelled at the 2018 Best of the Prairies Makeup and Hair Competition.

Academic upgrading returns this fall

The collaboration between Lakeland and Northern Lakes increases access to academic upgrading.

Showcasing our pulses

Our applied research department and the Alberta Pulse Growers Commission Zone 5 hosted a Pulse Agronomy Field School on June 19.