30 November 2020
Despite the disruption of COVID-19, change remains a constant in the world of work. LINK explores some insights, tips and tricks on how to be...
17 November 2020
SAIT grads Gursh Bal and Kai Fahrion provide an overview of some of the challenges and opportunities they’ve identified within the renewable...
Energy industry insider and SAIT graduate Keith MacPhail speaks about the influence and vitality of technology in the energy industry.
SAIT grad shares the impact the economic downturn and COVID-19 has had on non-profits, and how they can harness digital initiatives to build new...
SAIT grad and small business owner Sarah Erasmus explores how to build an Indigenous-inspired and resilient small business during COVID-19.
SAIT graduate Heather Culbert shares a strategy for success through broadening your skillset and developing tech literacy, regardless of your field.
Alumnus Matt Squires shares his top takeaway tips from his own experiences in the hospitality and tourism industry, and how to look ahead to the...
SAIT alumnus Ryan Scott shares tips for staying ahead and thriving in the construction industry.
16 November 2020
Journalism grad Stephanie Joe uses her voice and talents to inspire future Indigenous writers to share a much-needed perspective.
Two SAIT research projects and the common goal they share.
10 November 2020
The Fall Class of 2020 celebrated their graduation at SAIT's second virtual Convocation Ceremony on Nov. 4, 2020.
06 November 2020
Five strengthening steps for challenging times.
28 September 2020
Their days of studying at SAIT may be over, but business partners Bryce Dillabough and Lance Nielsen are still experts at pulling an all-nighter...
14 July 2020
SAIT graduates and business owners Mya Khan and Grant Nolan share their experiences of perseverance and resiliency through the COVID-19 storm.
08 July 2020
SAIT's Archives has digitized a little-known collection of Second World War records and is providing crucial material for researchers and...
07 July 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated digital transformation and our reliance on technology, changing the way we learn, work and live.
LINK captures some of the first-hand SAIT stories, testimonials and images from this historic pandemic and preserves them for future generations.
SAIT's first Maker in Residence gives a big lesson in creativity for a class of 30 Mechanical Engineering Technology students.
Eight first-year Instrumentation Engineering Technology students experienced real-world control room technology on an industrial scale.
Calgary-based charity YouQuest provides recreation therapy and community for those living with young-onset dementia and for their families.
A shift to greater online living is adding to a world already awash with data, and in its wake comes a rising tide of security breaches.
24 June 2020
SAIT graduate Cathy McDonald found resiliency through focusing on what we take for granted and the power of gratitude during a difficult situation.
23 June 2020
A welder by trade, a strategist at heart — one of Alberta's youngest union business representatives talks about making a difference...
30 April 2020
SAIT graduate Doug Braden has been working an average of 17 hours a day since March 21, 2020. His part in fabricating face shields in response to...
26 February 2020
SAIT Steamfitter-Pipefitter grad Ryan Logan is using his skills to help build a budding industry and some of Canada’s largest ships.