First year animal health tech students made videos to promote 2011 National Vet Tech Week. You can see their efforts on YouTube at youtu.be/oHkYkhXk80w
Event management students Michelle Oswell, Michelle Pollock and Amber Rae weren't mixing the seasons--a Halloween candy bag was just handy for delivering candy grams. The class sold 200 Christmas candy canes as a fundraiser. They also spread some extra Christmas cheer delivering their leftover stock to Hemstock seniors home residents. Dec 2011
When you tell a classmate that the injection won't hurt a bit, it doesn't--there's quite a bit of protection padding. And, the practice helps student practical nurses be better at giving injections. This was part of skills lab before Lakeland PN students went on practicum in late February 2012.
Ashley Murray, a first-year student in the animal health technology program and her furry friend, Shaye, visited residents at the Vermilion Valley Lodge recently. She, along with other AHT and veterinary medical assistant students and their pets mingled with the seniors as part of their pet therapy class. Fall 2011
Alumni now working as interpreters, current students and members of Edmonton’s Deaf community hosted a “Past, Present and Future” event Jan. 25 to meet with people interested in taking Lakeland’s program in sign language interpreter and sign language and deaf culture studies. The event was held at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. During the evening students and graduates shared their experiences and knowledge from the field. Winter 2012
Richard Ellens, a second-year environmental sciences student in the wildlife and fisheries conservation major, shares his poster project on the Evening Grosbeak with Alberta conservation officer Gary Walsh at Lakeland College’s Vermilion campus on Dec. 5, 2011. The poster presentation was part of an ornithology term project which focused on Finches and Blackbirds. Lakeland College’s environmental sciences program and the Vermilion River Naturalists Society also c
Reading Week 2012 meant a field trip for event management students. Their destination was Vancouver and seeing Olympic venues post-Olympics. Besides owning the podium for themselves (left to right are Berlynn Mellis, Ashley Fadden and Kenzie Jands), they also toured Vancouver Convention Centre and the Museum of Vancouver. (MOV) Above right is the group on the waterfront by Canada Place.
Students completing the bachelor of applied science: environmental management program delivered their capstone presentations at the Vermilion campus Jan 30, 2012 to a crowd of industry experts, faculty and students. Keynote speaker was Chelsea Gatzke (pictured here with Lakeland's Dr. Lee Arthur) who provided insights into the 2010 wellsite criteria for Alberta native rangelands and native infill assessments 3 years after reclamation.
Something borrowed, something blue – Automotive students had a chance to tinker with a custom 33 Ford three window coupe with a 450-horsepower supercharged 350 CID engine and custom built chassis and suspension. The mod car was at the college on loan from Forest Custom Mods, a company that specializes in car builds and restorations. Its owner, David Forest, graciously allowed college instructor Stuart Ribey to test the Lakeland's new chassis dynomometer. Fall 2011
Miranda Thompson (far right) was one of several second-year child and youth care students who assisted organizers of a regional youth conference at Vermilion in October 2011 She is pictured here cheering on a group of Grade 8 students during a introductory skateboard session.
Students in the event management program at the Lloydminster campus created their own "mock restaurants" complete with menu, wardrobe and ambiance for their food and beverage assignment. Ashley Fadden is pictured here serving rootbeer and coke floats in their 1950s family-style Lightning Diner.
Second year interior design students were challenged to find the shade and shadow of Vermilion. Their renderings of buildings around both campus and the town of Vermilion is on display in the Student Gallery in Alumni Hall.