Diagnostic medical sonography

Diagnostic medical sonography

By: Callen Lehman With over 700 applicants every year and only 42 accepted, diagnostic medical sonography is a competitive program. It allows students to learn the proper functions toavoid injuries with specific scanning techniques. The program gives students an...
Paying less tuition may cost you

Paying less tuition may cost you

By: Eryn Pinksen An announcement by the Ontario government to cut tuition by 10% – and make additional student fees non-mandatory in postsecondary institutions – has Alberta schools concerned.  While some students may rejoice at the thought of less fees,...
NAIT offers sneak peek

NAIT offers sneak peek

By: Chantal Dunn NAIT has developed a series of events to give prospective students the chance to test run different programs. The student recruitment department said that the popularity and attendance has increased every year. Program Previews began three years ago...
Man made meat products

Man made meat products

By: Eli O’Donnell A Canadian startup working in Edmonton has created lab-made chicken product. Future Fields is a tech startup partnered with the University of Alberta’s Health Accelerator program at TEC Edmonton studying cultured meat, where Matt Anderson-Baron...