University Transfer Student Gallery

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If you want to see some of the fun activities that our University Transfer Bachelor of Education degree students do then click on education gallery.

If you want to see some of the fun activities that our University Transfer Bachelor of Science degree students do then click on science gallery.

In the Spotlight

Gaining a new perspective
Helping out in elementary schools, visiting a migrant camp, and cooking and eating authentic Mexican cuisine were a few of the highlights for the eight students and one instructor who travelled to Ensenada, Mexico in the spring of 2013.

Seven university transfer students and one practical nurse student spent four of their seven days in Mexico designing lessons and teaching kindergarten to Grade 6 students in private and indigenous schools. The Lakeland contingent stayed with former Lloydminster residents Randy and Sandy Huebert who live near Ensenada where they run a home for girls.

It’s the third year Lakeland students have travelled to Mexico to learn about the country’s education system. During their “incredibly busy and very rewarding” journey they also surfed, visited hot springs and went to a circus.

Another group of Lakeland students will make the trek to Mexico in 2014. Watch the slide show below, or check out the UT Mexico 2013 photoset on flickr.flickr logo
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2013 visit to Lea Park - Earth Sciences EAS100 View More ∇
Lakeland College 2013 University Transfer students taking the EAS100 Planet Earth - an introduction to earth sciences course, took a field trip to Lea Park.

The purpose of the field trip is to teach students to work in the field and recognise the geological formation theory applied to their own environment. Lea Park features valley impressions and river cuts that provides students examples of geological formation, cross section and unconformities.

Program leader Robert Cuny takes the students for a tour of the landscape to illustrate the features caused by glacial and river erosion.
Biodiversity in the North Saskatchewan River Valley View More ∇
One of the off campus field trips Biology 208 takes has traditionally been to Lea Park. Adjacent to the North Saskatchewan River valley, the park gives students an opportunity to see many different life forms as well as a chance to collect data.
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Lakeland College's Lea Park Biology 208 Field Trip 2012 photoset Lakeland College's Lea Park Biology 208 Field Trip 2012 photoset
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New labs in the Bill Kondro wing offer our Bachelor of Science university transfer students the opportunity to use up-to-date equipment. Here's a look at some lab activity from academic 2012-13
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Lakeland College's In the Science Lab 2012-13 photoset Lakeland College's In the Science Lab 2012-13 photoset
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Students learn about education in Mexico View More ∇
Gaining a new perspective
Helping out in elementary schools, visiting a migrant camp, and cooking and eating authentic Mexican cuisine were a few of the highlights for the eight students and one instructor who travelled to Ensenada, Mexico in the spring of 2013.

Seven university transfer students and one practical nurse student spent four of their seven days in Mexico designing lessons and teaching kindergarten to Grade 6 students in private and indigenous schools. The Lakeland contingent stayed with former Lloydminster residents Randy and Sandy Huebert who live near Ensenada where they run a home for girls.

It’s the third year Lakeland students have travelled to Mexico to learn about the country’s education system. During their “incredibly busy and very rewarding” journey they also surfed, visited hot springs and went to a circus.

Another group of Lakeland students will make the trek to Mexico in 2014.
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Measuring Trees in Biology 208 View More ∇
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