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About LINK magazine
LINK magazine is SAIT's award-winning alumni publication. Published twice a year in print and available 24/7 online, LINK uses the best in writing, design and visuals to take an inside look at the research, innovation and people who are making a practical difference on SAIT’s campus and in the world.
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LINK Fall 2019 edition is now on stands
In this issue, you’ll meet SAIT’s Alumni Awards recipients for 2019. All four share one thing in
We also introduce you to the SAIT researchers in green building technologies working to help a local homeowner meet the global Living Building Challenge — and we explore how SAIT itself is looking at ways to make our campus more energy efficient.
Learn active reading tips from SAIT’s Lamb Learner Success Centre, re-live the nerves and excitement of those first days of the school year, check the Calendar of Events to see what’s coming up at SAIT, and discover why CN locomotive engineer Leslie Lukan (RRCD ’06) says she’ll never go back to a regular desk job.
Watch for your copy of LINK to arrive in your mailbox, read it online now, or pick up a copy from one of the many stands on campus.
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