SAIT Update 06.07.2021
This week: Feel more ready, Hotel Arts and SAIT, green garden tips, Alberta's Open for Summer plan
3 things you can do now to feel more ready
Feel ready to overcome possible setbacks, in whatever form, by building your resilience with small daily habits, recognizing your stress (good and bad) and knowing when you might want to talk to a counsellor.
The ins and outs behind this Olympic-style, trade and technology competition.
Forage like a chef
As wild edible plants became a food trend, SAIT's Chef Andrew Hewson began to educate himself about foraging. For the past eight years, Hewson and other SAIT culinary instructors have studied with Julie Walker, a nature educator whose Full Circle Adventures company offers plant walks and workshops.
Federal funding helps SAIT’s CIRUS take flight
The Centre for Innovation and Research into Unmanned Systems (CIRUS) receives $2 million from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada’s College and Community Innovation Program
Student gets the surprise of a lifetime
A few weeks after filling out his student award application, SAIT student Elijah Santos receives news that he was chosen for a very special student award - the Bissett Bursary.
Hard work and good fortune
Student award winner, Siranuch Colquhoun, is using her good fortune to help students in the village where she grew up in Thailand.
A leap of faith pays off
SAIT student, Christopher Nguyen is grateful for the Cenovus Energy student award he received this year that will allow him to concentrate on his studies and spend more time with his family.
The Pfeiffer family is a SAIT family
Irene Pfeiffer established the John H. Pfeiffer Memorial Award to honour her husband who always credited SAIT with helping him reach success after immigrating to Canada.