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Government of Alberta invests $10.8 million in SAIT to fund high-demand programs

Investment in SAIT allows more students to pursue programs in growing industries

Government of Alberta invests $41 million in SAIT's culinary programming

SAIT has received $41 million from the Government of Alberta as part of a three-year investment in the institution’s world-class culinary...

Alumna looks back, forward as Construction Project Management degree marks 10 years

2017 Outstanding Young Alumni Award recipient recalls how SAIT helped her find a new path.

SAIT partners with leading Calgary hotels to embed students in industry

With demand for travel expected to increase, industry says the timing couldn’t be better

SAIT to help Kanaka Bar rebuild

Partners launch resilient housing solutions project to assist with rebuild of fire-ravaged Lytton, B.C. region

Level up your leadership skills this year with SAIT Corporate Training

Kick off the new year by investing in yourself. Leading Beyond Any Title At Breakfast is a series of free webinars from SAIT Corporate Training...

Purpose, applied: SAIT joins campaign promoting Canadian polytechnics

Survey finds Canadian employers need polytechnic graduates

“The Confluence” wins national, international awards in sustainable building

SAIT and partners have won a 2021 Canada Green Building Council Excellence Award and a 2021 Forest Stewardship Council Leadership Award

Breakthrough vanadium energy storage system wins Mayor’s Innovation Challenge

Innovative research to help stabilize the energy grid using a vanadium redox battery is one of the winners of the Mayor’s Innovation Challenge.

Corporate Training partnerships expand reach, access through online solutions

SAIT's Corporate Training team is helping businesses develop and sustain a culture of innovation.

Making plays for Calgary’s digital talent ecosystem

Industry leaders came together to map the digital future of our city

SAIT partners with Hotel Arts to bring creative cuisine to campus

Curated Catering powered by Hotel Arts will provide SAIT’s catering and food services for the upcoming year.

Good bones: Eco-friendly home wins 2021 Prairie Wood Design Award

“The Confluence” was recognized for sustainable wood design and construction

SAIT joins institutions across Canada to form Canadian Colleges for a Resilient Recovery

Coalition of eight colleges, polytechnics supports a new climate-focused economic recovery from COVID-19.

Solution forward — problem solved with SAIT Corporate Training

How SAIT helps organizations train their people to adapt to the changing work world

In-situ steam research contributes energy and environmental solutions in oilsands operations

$2-million NSERC collaborative research and development (CRD) project tackles fouling and erosion/corrosion in once-through steam generators (OTSG).

SAIT ranked as one of Canada's top research colleges

The Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) is one of Canada's top 10 research colleges.

A community of champions for SAIT Giving Day

In only 24 hours the SAIT community raises more than $130,000 for student success.

Researchers investigate drone delivery of medical supplies to remote communities during pandemic

UCalgary, SAIT, AHS and Alberta Precision Laboratories partner with the Stoney Nakoda Nations.

Four questions businesses should ask themselves as they look to bounce back from the pandemic

Corporate training and consulting experts offer tips for getting back to business

New funding expands applied research programs at SAIT

Provincial grants promote innovation at Alberta colleges, tech schools

School for Advanced Digital Technology to boost Calgary’s tech-talent pipeline

A new course for the future marks SAIT’s boldest transformation yet

How hotels are adapting and recovering during COVID-19

Hotel leaders from Calgary and New York share how the pandemic’s impacted their business and what’s next.

Trends in security and cybersecurity

Challenges, opportunities and what’s next in keeping information safe

Doubling down on data

SAIT’s data programs prepare students to harness a company’s most valuable asset — its information.

The pandemic’s effect on Alberta’s tourism

A discussion on the pandemic’s impact on local tourism and the critical skills they look for in new hires.

What’s next for Calgary’s restaurant scene?

A discussion about COVID-19’s impact on restaurants and what’s next for the industry.

High fidelity manikins simulate real-life emergencies to save lives

Support from donors contributes $275,000 towards purchasing a new fleet of high fidelity manikins for SAIT’s School of Health and Public Safety.

Alumnus turns up the volume for local food bank

Class of 2017 alumnus Britt Jones raises money for the Edmonton Food Bank

Recipe for a helping hand

SAIT instructors and alumni team up with members of local food scene to bring lunches to vulnerable youth

Ready to respond

SAIT ships 13 ventilators to support province’s COVID-19 response

UAE shift in economic approach bolstered by SAIT programming

In a Dubai classroom, a quiet yet historical moment unfolded in the fall.

Taking environmental technology to Tripoli

SAIT to create curriculum for Libyan petroleum institution

Paul Brandt and SAIT — what you need to know about the unlikely pairing

SAIT students reimagine the creative process with the help of Paul Brandt

Giving Day supporters show what it means to be a SAIT catalyst

SAIT community raises more than $215,000 for students in just 24 hours.

Doubling down for the SAIT Trojans on Giving Day

Support the SAIT Trojans golf team this Giving Day.

Bringing innovation to industry

Using UAVs to improve safety, sustainability and operational efficiencies in today's economy.

Cyber pressure cooker

Two of SAIT’s chef mentors go head-to-head in a black box challenge for the 21st century

Cadmus Chair looks to create world peace through food

Introducing Rosalyn Ediger, 2019/20 Cadmus Trades Teaching Chair

Empowering women in the trades

Partnership with Manpower Alberta helps women develop new skills for new jobs.

Montana First Nations youth get full SAIT experience

Students from the Meskanahk Ka Nipa Wit School, Montana, spend two weeks at SAIT Summer Camps

Keith MacPhail recognized as a member of the Order of Canada

SAIT Distinguished Alumni and honorary degree recipient, Keith MacPhail has been appointed to the Order of Canada.

Speeding play, improving food options on golf courses

Golf is a sport steeped in tradition — including refueling at the clubhouse with a meal or snack after nine holes.

Peak conditions for ice cream transport

Ensuring trucks and drivers are meeting required delivery standards.

Just add water

Creating cleaner fuel one step at a time.

Energy Dragons winners present a water reduction solution for the Oil Sands

Energy Dragons first prize winners create an innovative way to reduce water rates in the oil sands.

Prescription for better health

Smart dispenser gives powerful drugs in proper doses

Service in the sky

SAIT crafts custom Hospitality corporate training solution for WestJet Dreamliner launch

Supply chain and collaboration crucial to weathering economy

If your company has closely examined supply costs in light of reduced revenues, you’re not alone.

SAIT's modest grant for tiny house has big payoff

When a shipping container was trucked onto the parking lot beside SAIT’s Green Building Technologies house, it seemed a big delivery had just...

Making a splash

SAIT tackles skill gap in water management with innovative new program

SAIT honours students, industry with annual President's Awards

SAIT President and CEO, Dr. David Ross presented the awards during the annual President's Dinner.

New skills for new jobs

Manpower and SAIT team up to provide programs to those changing fields

Eating up the competition

SkipTheDishes founder shares entrepreneurial tips with SAIT

Six lessons we’re building on in 2019

Green Building Technologies (GBT) at SAIT is always looking to the future when it comes to building healthy, hardworking homes and offices.

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