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30 Years of Alumni Awards This year marks the 30th year that SAIT has honoured graduates who have turned the ordinary into the exceptional through the Distinguished and Outstanding Young Alumni Awards.
Local chef takes home Canadian culinary gold Local chef and SAIT alumna, Jinhee Lee wins the 2017 Canadian Culinary Championships in Kelowna, BC.
100 Projects Project creates a ripple effect in the community SAIT is mobilizing alumni, students, employees and partners to deliver 100 charitable projects by the spring of 2017.
Two SAIT alumni named to Avenue's Top 40 Under 40 Avenue Calgary's 2016 Top 40 Under 40 list includes SAIT alumni Jeff Orr, co-owner of Tool Shed Brewing and Colin Smith, owner of Green Event Services.
Our next century begins with a bang It was a remarkable weekend as The Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) celebrated 100 years of action-based education in Alberta.
Welcome new alumni! See highlights from Fall Convocation and learn more about the perks of being a SAIT graduate.
A brew to celebrate 100 years Tool Shed Brewing Company in partnership with SAIT’s Student Association has created a commemorative craft beer to celebrate SAIT’s centennial.
Alumni Awards kick off centennial celebrations Think about the legacy of SAIT’s more than 227,000 alumni during the past century and it’s staggering.
SAIT chef to compete for the World's Top Chef Under 30 title Sean MacDonald, 25, has quickly made a name for himself on Calgary’s restaurant scene.
Alumnus honoured for his dedication to good service Winning a White Hat award is an honour for any Calgarian, but to India-born SAIT alumnis Nitin Parswani, the news was exhilarating.
Alumnus captures conflict with his camera Photojournalism alumnus Gavin John (JA’13) knew he wanted to work in conflict zones taking pictures and telling stories long before he ever graduated.
SAIT digs up a 25-year-old time capsule SAIT fills time capsule full of memorabilia that spoke to what life was like 25 years ago.
Outstanding Young Alumnus to direct his first feature Matt Watterworth (FVP ‘08) was chosen along with 17 other first-time directors as a finalist in Telefilm Canada’s Micro-Budget Production Program.
Keeping the Stampede Parade moving SAIT Alumnus John Dumonceaux loves a parade, specifically the Calgary Stampede Parade. Dumonceaux, BA ’94, has volunteered for the past 27 years.
Heather Culbert the first SAIT grad to serve as Board Chair Heather Culbert will make history as the first alumna to be appointed as Chair of the Board of Governors.
Welcome new alumni! See highlights from Spring Convocation and learn more about the perks of being a SAIT graduate.
Bissett Bursary student defies the odds and earns his diploma In the sea of SAIT’s School of ICT graduates, one student in particular will cross the stage after overcoming seemingly insurmountable odds.
SAIT opens its doors to evacuees SAIT took in almost 400 evacuees fleeing the raging forest fire in Fort McMurray, AB.
Cooking on the set of Survivor SAIT alumnus, Troy Fleischhaker has been one of three head chefs on the popular reality TV show, Survivor for four seasons.
Alumnus takes over as SAITSA's Executive Director It’s not about the money. It’s about family, according to Blair McCormick, SAITSA’s newest executive director.
Get ready for SAIT's new look SAIT's new brand is a reflection of who we have been, who we are and who we want to become.
SAIT Centennial - Marking a massive milestone Centennial Project Director Cathy Downey is leading a team dedicated to marking SAIT's 100th birthday.
Drilling down: the current reality of a career in the energy industry Signs at Calgary's gateways welcome visitors to "Be part of the energy."
100 projects: showing the spirit and compassion that make SAIT great SAIT's highly skilled alumni, students and employees are invited to lend their expertise to 100 philanthropic projects.
SAITSA plans for new student headquarters After six years of saving, students voted in a November 2015 referendum to invest in a new campus campus centre.
SAIT alumna in command of campus space As SAIT's Landlord, Delisa Daniel's job is to juggle the academic and departmental needs of SAIT staff and students with the school's finite space.
Renovating tools for the trades David Hornstein's experience as a plumber inspired him to create a tool - and a company - to make work safer, healthier and easier for others in the industry.
Pushing the (building) envelope SAIT's Green Building Technologies research team worked with Mattamy Homes to develop best practices for net-zero home construction in Alberta.
Faster than the wind When someone wants to set an ice boat record, the vehicle's design needs to become less "box car: and more "formula one."
Ron Tarrant lands production role with Howard Stern At just 27, the radio production wunderkind from Calgary has already reached the summit of his chosen profession.
CAPP president talks tough times and opportunities The President and CEO of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) appealed to SAIT students.
Outstanding Young Alumna shares her entrepreneurial spirit Sarah Erasmus has been quite busy since receiving the Outstanding Young Alumni Award last fall.
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