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Award-winning volunteer credits childhood Christmas experience of going without as inspiration for giving back

28, Nov, 2023

As a child, Senia McPherson would wake up feeling anxious on Christmas mornings because of the worry that Santa may not have visited her house. McPherson’s biological father abandoned the family when she was young, leaving her mother to raise three children on partial social assistance in low-income rental housing in Edmonton.


Former NAIT students win provincial STEM award for portable gait analysis device

30, Oct, 2023

A former team of NAIT biomedical engineering technology students has won the 2023 ASET 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 NAIT students Frank Gauthier, McKenna Bentley and Megan Bauer received the award for developing a portable, cost-effective solution to gait analysis.


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ASET members represents a variety of skills and knowledge in a wide range of science and engineering technology disciplines. The Understand ASET Membership page describes the various ASET Designations, and the disciplines and occupations our members represent.

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The evolution of roadside safety standards – How they’ve evolved and influenced end terminals in Western Canada

07 Dec. 2023


Discover how MASH-rated roadside safety devices are transforming our roadways into safer spaces for motorists. This presentation will focus on the standards outlined in the 2016 Manual for Assessing Safety Hardware (MASH) developed by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).

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