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Movember = Money

Movember = Money

NAIT has raised over $11,000 in its 2017 Movember campaign to support programs in Canada dedicated to preventing and spreading awareness about prostate cancer, testicular cancer as well as mental health and suicide awareness. A Movember wrap-up event was held in the...

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Nest and Ernest’s win critical acclaim

Nest and Ernest’s win critical acclaim

NAIT’s own restaurants are receiving critical acclaim. Ernest’s has been named one of the 100 Best Restaurants in Canada for 2017 by OpenTable diners. The winners are based on more than 500,000 restaurant reviews submitted by diners using OpenTable between Nov. 1,...

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A guide for the future

A guide for the future

For most current NAIT students, life after NAIT does not yet exist. NAIT’s International Centre and Alumni Relations have come together to give students a taste of life after NAIT. Life After NAIT was held on Nov. 21 in the North Lobby where faculty, alumni and...

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100K raised for students

100K raised for students

As the fall semester wraps up, many students may be feeling a time and monetary strain from attending school. Thanks to this year’s NAIT it Forward campaign, staff raised over $100,000 for students to help their cause. The NAIT it Forward campaign raises money for...

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A CEO and his company

A CEO and his company

Chris Izquierdo is the CEO of DevFacto Technologies, a company: “dedicated to creating software humans love to use.” Specifically, they build enterprise software for companies and hire many of NAIT’s top software graduates. With many recent accolades in the software...

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Short circuit over schedule

Short circuit over schedule

Electrical Engineering Technology students are raising their concerns about what they call inconvenient and potentially dangerous scheduling from NAIT. The students heard rumours last semester that a change from their 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. schedule to a 7 a.m. to 5 p.m....

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Industy comes to NAIT

Industy comes to NAIT

NAIT is paving the way for Alberta’s competitiveness on several hot-button issues. On Nov. 2, NAIT held its second annual Research Symposium at the Shaw Theatre, focusing on a wide variety of issues, including future energy, digital economy and natural resources. The...

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Kidnapping scheme alert

Kidnapping scheme alert

The Edmonton Police Service have issued a warning to NAIT students about a virtual kidnapping scheme impacting the Chinese community in British Columbia. In July of this year, RCMP in lower mainland British Columbia became aware of a fraud trend involving Chinese...

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Business for students

Business for students

A $1 million donation has been made by Ashif Mawji towards establishing the new Mawji Centre, which will be home to the New Venture and Student Entrepreneurship resources. The centre will be dedicated to helping NAIT students in all fields of academia learn, explore...

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NAIT students show in WorldSkills

NAIT students show in WorldSkills

Three of NAIT’s own have returned from representing Canada in the 2017 WorldSkills competition in Abu Dhabi with modest results. Canada sent 31 competitors who participated in over 25 different skilled trades and service industry tasks in Asia from Oct. 15-18, placing...

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