Northern Alberta Institute of Technology

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No Guts No Glory: Chris Cosentino visits NAIT as Hokanson Chef in Residence

Focus on offal reminds students where meat comes from and how to use it responsibly

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Tipi raising at NAIT Main Campus

A look at a traditional First Nations event

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The origins of NAIT

In 1962, on 26 acres near Edmonton’s municipal airport, the polytechnic admitted its first class

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The meaning of Ookpik

How NAIT got its mascot.

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A case study in transformational leadership: Glenn Feltham

Two University of Alberta students share their observations of the president of NAIT.

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Massimo Capra visits NAIT as Hokanson Chef in Residence

The chef with the heart of a cook brings authentic Italian to Culinary Arts students

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Leadership tips from NAIT president Dr. Glenn Feltham

A personal credo serves double duty as a crash course in organizational management.

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Susur Lee visits NAIT as 2011 Hokanson Chef in Residence

Celebrated 'master' chef still believes he has much to learn

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Hanging out with David Adjey at NAIT

A Q&A with the 2010 Hokanson Chef in Residence

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Rob Feenie visits NAIT as first Hokanson Chef in Residence

"Perfection isn't possible" and other pieces of kitchen wisdom

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NAIT's business school named for JR Shaw

The polytechnic's lasting connection to the pioneering Alberta entrepreneur

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