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ASET launches pilot of STEM day camps for junior high and high school students

A group of Edmonton area junior high and high school students received their first hands-on exposure to the exciting and diverse profession at this past Saturday’s pilot of ASET’s STEM Camp Series.

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Former Red Deer Polytechnic students receive provincial recognition for Capstone Project

With renewable energy resources proving increasingly critical in the battle against climate change, a former team of Red Deer Polytechnic engineering technology students has been honoured at the provincial level for a Capstone Project related to this.

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Former Lethbridge College students win 2022 Capstone Project of the Year Award

A former team of Lethbridge College geomatics engineering technology students has won this year’s Capstone Project of the Year Award. The award is given out annually by the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET). Former Lethbridge College students Jeff Plowman, Scott Polec and Jaxson Kopp received the award for conducting a road network analysis of emergency services.

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Former Lethbridge College students win ASET Capstone Project of the Year Award

A former team of Lethbridge College geomatics engineering technology students has won this year’s Capstone Project of the Year Award. The award is given out annually by the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET).

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All-women former SAIT technology team receive provincial honour for oil and gas project

An all-women former team of SAIT chemical engineering technology students has been honoured at the provincial level for the design of an oil and gas industry refrigeration plant addition. 

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Former Lethbridge College students’ roof wind worthiness project honoured as finalist for provincial award

The battering Alberta homes sustained during heavy windstorms over recent years raises the question: what roof construction is the most wind worthy? A former team of Lethbridge College civil engineering technology students explored an answer for this as it applies to roof truss to top plate connection. For their efforts, they have been honoured as a provincial finalist for the ASET Capstone Project of the Year Award.

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Former SAIT students establish grounds for using coffee residue as industrial wastewater filter

A former team of SAIT chemical laboratory technology students has found a way to repurpose old coffee grounds by turning them into filters that can eradicate heavy metals from industrial wastewater. For their achievement, they have been honoured as a provincial finalist for the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta’s (ASET) Capstone Project of the Year Award.

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Lassie 2.0 life alert system for service dogs earns provincial honour for former NAIT students

Three former NAIT biomedical engineering technology students have received a provincial honour for their invention of Lassie 2.0, a life alert system for humans that can be activated by a service dog in the event of an emergency. Their project has been recognized as a finalist for the 2022 Capstone Project of the Year Award by the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta (ASET).

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Former RDP students’ solar panel “clean machine” honoured as finalist for provincial award

We all know about the benefits of a clean energy source like solar power, but how does one actually keep it clean? A former team of Red Deer Polytechnic engineering technology students has shed light on a solution for this and, as a result, has been honoured as a provincial finalist for the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta’s (ASET) Capstone Project of the Year Award.

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ASET waives fees for refugees, offers fast route into tech careers locally

Through two initiatives, ASET is making it easier for engineering technology professionals who are refugees from war-torn countries to earn their professional designations and find work in their field without having to return to school.
 

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