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Recreating one of the world’s most memorable helmets SAIT researchers reverse engineered and 3D printed what they describe as an almost-perfect replica of the over-the-top techno helmet.
Career Directions promises opportunity for alumni and students When Chris Adair graduated from SAIT's Mechanical Engineering Technology program he had no problem finding work in his field.
A pillar of positivity: Remembering Trojan's basketball legend Phil Allen Denise Allen shares memories of her late husband and legendary Trojans basketball coach, Phil Allen.
Heritage Hall stands the test of time SAIT's landmark stands tall 95 years after its ground breaking and its design continues to influence the look of the modern campus.
SAIT keeps swimming in campus centre The swimming pool at SAIT will remain a part of campus wellness centre facilities.
A souped-up education in vehicle modifications The course introduces students to working with clients or car enthusiasts who want to upgrade the look or performance of vehicles.
Being Santa Claus SAIT alumnus and instructor, Doug Craig (BA '75) says being Santa Claus is a part of his soul.
Stimulating growth for green-living SAIT is working with a national builder to bring net-zero homes into the mainstream market and help reduce greenhouse-gas emissions in Canada.
Alumnus steeps his own success Wayne Ha (PCK '09), owner of The Tea Factory in Calgary, has been selling his high-quality teas at the SAITSA-run cafe, The Odyssey on campus since the beginning of the 2015 fall semester.
SAIT filmmaker debuts first feature-length film Thomas Robert Lee (FVP '10), a first-time writer and director screened his first feature-length film, Empyrean, at the Calgary International Film Festival in August.
SAIT researcher recognized for innovative cattle-tracking system SAIT researchers took the top award for Innovation in Agricultural Science at the 2015 ASTech Awards for their ground-breaking cattle-tracking system.
Students vote for new SAITSA headquarters SAIT students recently voted "yes" in a referendum that will now allow SAITSA to access funds to build its new headquarters.
Young SAIT chef takes the heat in competition Chef Ian MacDougall (PCK '11) won the Hawksworth Young Chef Scholarship competition.
Tracking the Energy Industry's 'Dark Assets' t's 14 feet long, eight feet wide, six inches thick, and weighs 3,400 pounds — and very difficult to track.
SAIT Trojans Raise the Roof for Mental Health When the SAIT Trojans make some noise for mental health, their sound waves travel province-wide and gain national recognition.
Going electric: SAIT helps alumnus realize his dream Peter Fedorick's dream career always involved screaming rock n' roll guitars. Not playing them - building them. And SAIT has helped him realize that dream.
One for the books After attending the MAD4 cooking symposium, SAIT alumna Creedance Ewenin spearheaded donations of more than 300 cookbooks to help start a library for chefs living in Nairobi.
Celebrating exceptional alumni SAIT's 2015 Distinguished Alumni and Outstanding Young Alumni Award recipients possess a striking mix of ingenuity, inspiration and dedication to their chosen fields.
Business Alumnus Brings Sneaker Culture to Calgary Albert Mejia is building a career and a community on sneakers, streetwear and street dance.
Big bike, big ideas At 13 years of age and standing 45 feet long and 8 feet wide, the Heart and Stroke Foundation’s Big Bike is a Calgary legend and a larger-than-life fundraising tool.
Confronting the high costs of calibration Four SAIT students create a prototype of a calibration tool that can be used anywhere - even in a bucket of water.
An artful conversation Teresa Coulter’s Sock Drawer paintings portray fellow emergency medical technicians who are dealing with PTSD.
Welcome new alumni See highlights from Spring Convocation and learn more about the perks of being a SAIT graduate.
Recharging learning with new 3D simulation software New 3D simulation software created by SAIT employees will soon help electrical students more easily grasp complex theoretical concepts.
Transforming at-risk youth into culinary leaders Some of Calgary's top chefs are working with at-risk youth this summer to inspire them to build upon their culinary talents.
Government of Canada invests in applied education at SAIT SAIT gets a boost from Western Economic Diversification, for projects designed to enhance skills development and applied research.
SAIT Trojans receive national award for mental health campaign The SAIT Trojans have been recognized nationally for raising awareness about mental health.
From security threat to humanitarian tool SAIT instructor, Shahab Moeini knows Unmanned Aerial Vehicles can be much more.
Reimagining the textbook Marketing instructor James Sprenger decided to try something new - creating a digital graphic novel to replace standard textbook readings.
Proud father graduates alongside his daughter “This is the proudest day of my life,” says Scott Walter PCK’15.
Welcome new alumni See highlights from Spring Convocation and learn more about the perks of being a SAIT graduate.
Honorary Degree Recipients set to inspire at Spring Convocation. A 100-year-old alumnus to be honoured during the May Convocation ceremonies at SAIT.
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