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Cooking on the set of Survivor SAIT alumnus, Troy Fleischhaker has been one of three head chefs on the popular reality TV show, Survivor for four seasons.
Alumnus takes over as SAITSA's Executive Director It’s not about the money. It’s about family, according to Blair McCormick, SAITSA’s newest executive director.
Get ready for SAIT's new look SAIT's new brand is a reflection of who we have been, who we are and who we want to become.
SAIT Centennial - Marking a massive milestone Centennial Project Director Cathy Downey is leading a team dedicated to marking SAIT's 100th birthday.
Drilling down: the current reality of a career in the energy industry Signs at Calgary's gateways welcome visitors to "Be part of the energy."
100 projects: showing the spirit and compassion that make SAIT great SAIT's highly skilled alumni, students and employees are invited to lend their expertise to 100 philanthropic projects.
SAITSA plans for new student headquarters After six years of saving, students voted in a November 2015 referendum to invest in a new campus campus centre.
SAIT alumna in command of campus space As SAIT's Landlord, Delisa Daniel's job is to juggle the academic and departmental needs of SAIT staff and students with the school's finite space.
Renovating tools for the trades David Hornstein's experience as a plumber inspired him to create a tool - and a company - to make work safer, healthier and easier for others in the industry.
Pushing the (building) envelope SAIT's Green Building Technologies research team worked with Mattamy Homes to develop best practices for net-zero home construction in Alberta.
Faster than the wind When someone wants to set an ice boat record, the vehicle's design needs to become less "box car: and more "formula one."
Ron Tarrant lands production role with Howard Stern At just 27, the radio production wunderkind from Calgary has already reached the summit of his chosen profession.
CAPP president talks tough times and opportunities The President and CEO of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) appealed to SAIT students.
Outstanding Young Alumna shares her entrepreneurial spirit Sarah Erasmus has been quite busy since receiving the Outstanding Young Alumni Award last fall.
Recreating one of the world’s most memorable helmets SAIT researchers reverse engineered and 3D printed what they describe as an almost-perfect replica of the over-the-top techno helmet.
Career Directions promises opportunity for alumni and students When Chris Adair graduated from SAIT's Mechanical Engineering Technology program he had no problem finding work in his field.
A pillar of positivity: Remembering Trojan's basketball legend Phil Allen Denise Allen shares memories of her late husband and legendary Trojans basketball coach, Phil Allen.
Heritage Hall stands the test of time SAIT's landmark stands tall 95 years after its ground breaking and its design continues to influence the look of the modern campus.
SAIT keeps swimming in campus centre The swimming pool at SAIT will remain a part of campus wellness centre facilities.
A souped-up education in vehicle modifications The course introduces students to working with clients or car enthusiasts who want to upgrade the look or performance of vehicles.
Being Santa Claus SAIT alumnus and instructor, Doug Craig (BA '75) says being Santa Claus is a part of his soul.
Stimulating growth for green-living SAIT is working with a national builder to bring net-zero homes into the mainstream market and help reduce greenhouse-gas emissions in Canada.
Alumnus steeps his own success Wayne Ha (PCK '09), owner of The Tea Factory in Calgary, has been selling his high-quality teas at the SAITSA-run cafe, The Odyssey on campus since the beginning of the 2015 fall semester.
SAIT filmmaker debuts first feature-length film Thomas Robert Lee (FVP '10), a first-time writer and director screened his first feature-length film, Empyrean, at the Calgary International Film Festival in August.
SAIT researcher recognized for innovative cattle-tracking system SAIT researchers took the top award for Innovation in Agricultural Science at the 2015 ASTech Awards for their ground-breaking cattle-tracking system.
Students vote for new SAITSA headquarters SAIT students recently voted "yes" in a referendum that will now allow SAITSA to access funds to build its new headquarters.
Young SAIT chef takes the heat in competition Chef Ian MacDougall (PCK '11) won the Hawksworth Young Chef Scholarship competition.
Tracking the Energy Industry's 'Dark Assets' t's 14 feet long, eight feet wide, six inches thick, and weighs 3,400 pounds — and very difficult to track.
SAIT Trojans Raise the Roof for Mental Health When the SAIT Trojans make some noise for mental health, their sound waves travel province-wide and gain national recognition.
Going electric: SAIT helps alumnus realize his dream Peter Fedorick's dream career always involved screaming rock n' roll guitars. Not playing them - building them. And SAIT has helped him realize that dream.
One for the books After attending the MAD4 cooking symposium, SAIT alumna Creedance Ewenin spearheaded donations of more than 300 cookbooks to help start a library for chefs living in Nairobi.
Celebrating exceptional alumni SAIT's 2015 Distinguished Alumni and Outstanding Young Alumni Award recipients possess a striking mix of ingenuity, inspiration and dedication to their chosen fields.
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