recognition OUR PEOPLE ARE WHAT MAKE MHC A SPECIAL PLACE TO LEARN, WORK AND BELONG. JOIN US IN CELEBRATING THE SUCCESS OF MHC ALUMNI, STUDENTS, EMPLOYEES AND FRIENDS. DROP US A LINE AT ALUMNI@MHC.AB.CA IF YOU KNOW SOMEONE WORTHY OF SOME REAL RECOGNITION. Local entrepreneur and MHC business James Kuehn from the CADD/ student, Anthony Merkel, won the 2013 Student Entrepreneur Regional Champions for Western Canada and will compete at the 2013 Enactus Canada National Exposition in Toronto this month. MHC speech language therapy Technical Illustration program has achieved the LEED® Green Associate credential. He is the first instructor at Medicine Hat College to pursue this designation. Matthew Jubelius received the
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assistant student, Noelle Nestman, was named the 2013 Coca-Cola New Century Scholar. Over 1,800 applications were received from across North America for this annual academic competition. Jennifer Penner, MHC nursing
2013 Rising Star award from Lethbridge College in recognition of his leadership and dedication as the manager of health simulation at MHC. Elizabeth Pennefather-O’Brien of MHC’s science department was selected as one of five individuals from across Canada to receive an inaugural College Sector Educator Award from The Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. The family of the late Roy Wilson announced a five-year, $50,000 pledge to the Bring Back the Music program. This partnership between the Medicine Hat College Conservatory, Elm Street, and Riverside schools offers the opportunity to expose children, who may not have otherwise had the opportunity, to the arts.
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alumna, received the 2012 Friends of Health Sciences Award from the University of Lethbridge last fall for her contributions to health education in the university’s Faculty of Health Sciences. Rattlers soccer coach, Jim Louglin,
was named ACAC Coach of the Year for women’s soccer – South Division, as selected by his peers. Steve Russell, first year head coach for the Rattlers men’s volleyball team was also named ACAC Coach of the Year for 2012-2013.