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Choose your own adventure SAIT Summer Camps broaden horizons with increased programming.
Top restaurants helmed by SAIT alumni Grads from the culinary program earning accolades.
Bringing current events into the classroom Dr Igor Paramonov uses NAFTA research to demonstrate how curriculum relates to current events.
Man-and-dog duo become familiar sight on campus Labrador retriever getting his own kind of education at SAIT.
SAIT students developing real-world business skills internationally Business students go abroad to enhance their accounting and business knowledge.
SAIT program to give difference-making students a boost The new Co-Curricular Records (CCR) program to officially acknowledge student activities outside of the classroom.
Gone to the gamers SAIT’s eSports intermural intramural program proving popular during inaugural run.
Giving back to students SAIT's School of Business launches Executive in Residence program to provide students access to mentorship.
SAIT's war effort Whether it's been providing training, emergency programs or space, SAIT has been a part of Canada's war efforts since the First World War.
SAIT adds to leadership team Roy Daykin to take on Chief Financial Officer and Vice President Corporate Services role.
Taste the market SAIT's new urban eatery, The Tastemarket, is now open.
Nationally acclaimed entrepreneur comes full circle at SAIT Successful entrepreneur and SAIT distinguished alumna, Jennifer Carlson, takes on new role.
Training to haunt SAIT student uses skills and passion to scare up a good Halloween.
SAIT earns hardware at WorldSkills Alumni and current apprentice competed with the best in Abu Dhabi.
Short list for SAIT Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada, was on campus Oct. 12 for "supercluster" announcement.
SAIT takes entrepreneurship global Registration is open for SAIT's next Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), a free elearning course for aspiring entrepreneurs.
SAIT competes on international stage Three SAIT alumni and one current student to compete at WorldSkills 2017.
5 ways SAIT keeps getting better SAIT is expanding to add five new facilities and enriching the student experience.
Caring through cooking Culinary students to volunteer as part of class.
Beakerhead blows up on campus with inflatable art City-wide annual event brings installation to SAIT and ACAD.
At-risk youth program at SAIT gets $2M boost Multi-million dollar gift helps students cook up amazing opportunities.
SAIT/ACAD/Jubilee station upgrades underway Renovations continue at SAIT/ACAD/Jubilee CTrain station — platform remains open.
Understanding grad survey results Results are in, and 87% of the 2016 class are employed — but there’s more to the big picture than a single number.
A heartfelt pat on the back, and a plaque CEMA recognizes SAIT for efforts during Fort McMurray fires.
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