Day in the Life Project – 2017

Every year our second year photo major students fan out across SAIT’s various campuses and capture (in pictures) the daily happenings of life at SAIT in a single 24-hour period. It is a photographic exploration of both students and staff, and their unique places of work and study. The project allows our students to see a major project through to completion (ie. this photo gallery, and a 40-page book published by our fellow students and staff in the Graphics Communications and Print Technology program). The project also teaches those soft skills like pre-planning, scheduling, and negotiating – all required skills when taking on a project of this scope. We hope you enjoy the set of pictures produced here by our 2017 photo major students…

 Pantry Princess Second year baking and pastry arts student, Katelyn Gallup, 21, poses for a portrait in the Senator Burns Building at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Gallup decided to take this program when she was in high school, realizing her two favourite things were cars and cooking. She now wishes to open up a bakery in honour of her aunt who passed away and was able to leave funds behind to help start up the business. (Photo by Pier Moreno Silvestri/The Press)

Pantry Princess Second year baking and pastry arts student, Katelyn Gallup, 21, poses for a portrait in the Senator Burns Building at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Gallup decided to take this program when she was in high school, realizing her two favourite things were cars and cooking. She now wishes to open up a bakery in honour of her aunt who passed away and was able to leave funds behind to help start up the business. (Photo by Pier Moreno Silvestri/The Press)

Weld Away: Gouin Sebastien works on a welding project during class in the Aldred Centre at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Welding is a 24 week program at SAIT that allows students to get hands on experience with joining and severing metals, as well as learning about the various processes and tools used in the welding industry. (Photo by Dawn Gibson/The Press)

Weld Away: Gouin Sebastien works on a welding project during class in the Aldred Centre at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Welding is a 24 week program at SAIT that allows students to get hands on experience with joining and severing metals, as well as learning about the various processes and tools used in the welding industry. (Photo by Dawn Gibson/The Press)

Looking down on the petroleum industry: Students and industry professionals mingle during the student petroleum society (SPS) industry night on the first floor of the Johnson-Cobbe Energy Centre in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The SPS is a student-run club at SAIT that exists to connect students with industry representatives. (Photo by Ashley Orzel/The Press)

Looking down on the petroleum industry: Students and industry professionals mingle during the student petroleum society (SPS) industry night on the first floor of the Johnson-Cobbe Energy Centre in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The SPS is a student-run club at SAIT that exists to connect students with industry representatives. (Photo by Ashley Orzel/The Press)

 Single File Sunrise Students rush to class early Thursday morning on SAIT's main campus in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. After many dips and peaks in temperature over the course of the winter season, this particular day reached an above average high of 15 degrees celsius. (Photo by Pier Moreno Silvestri/The Press)

Single File Sunrise Students rush to class early Thursday morning on SAIT’s main campus in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. After many dips and peaks in temperature over the course of the winter season, this particular day reached an above average high of 15 degrees celsius. (Photo by Pier Moreno Silvestri/The Press)

Starburst: People navigate SAIT campus as the sun rises over downtown Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The day was uncharacteristically warm for mid-February in Calgary, with temperatures reaching a high of 14 degrees Celsius. (Photo by Nikolai Cuthill/The Press)

Starburst: People navigate SAIT campus as the sun rises over downtown Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The day was uncharacteristically warm for mid-February in Calgary, with temperatures reaching a high of 14 degrees Celsius. (Photo by Nikolai Cuthill/The Press)

Practice makes perfect: Brandon Keats, a first year student in the radio, television and broadcast news program, fills in during a practice read through of a news segment in the television studio at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. These students are training to be on the air through video and TV production, and can move on from SAIT to be producers, directors, news anchors and more. (Photo by Kelsey Zeoli/The Press)

Practice makes perfect: Brandon Keats, a first year student in the radio, television and broadcast news program, fills in during a practice read through of a news segment in the television studio at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. These students are training to be on the air through video and TV production, and can move on from SAIT to be producers, directors, news anchors and more. (Photo by Kelsey Zeoli/The Press)

Smoke Bomb: First-year new media production and design students Deklin Barber, left, and Ben Stevens take a break from classes to vape in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Vaping, which has been an up and coming trend in the past few years, was invented in the 1960's by Hon Lik, a Chinese pharmacist who took inspiration from the death of his father, who died of cancer from smoking. (Photo by Chelsey Harms/The Press)

Smoke Bomb: First-year new media production and design students Deklin Barber, left, and Ben Stevens take a break from classes to vape in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Vaping, which has been an up and coming trend in the past few years, was invented in the 1960’s by Hon Lik, a Chinese pharmacist who took inspiration from the death of his father, who died of cancer from smoking. (Photo by Chelsey Harms/The Press)

A Night Out: First-year journalism student Emily Rogers puts on mascara in her dorm room as part of her 'going-out' routine in the East Hall Residence on SAIT campus in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The SAIT residence features two modern high rises located on the northeast corner of the campus. (Photo by Terri Huxley/The Press)

A Night Out: First-year journalism student Emily Rogers puts on mascara in her dorm room as part of her ‘going-out’ routine in the East Hall Residence on SAIT campus in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The SAIT residence features two modern high rises located on the northeast corner of the campus. (Photo by Terri Huxley/The Press)

A Calculated Breath: Rachel Burick, left, with sister, Olivia Burick participate with Mylinh Hong in a respiratory therapy lab in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. SAIT's respiratory therapy program lasts for three years and prepares students for a career in hospital emergency rooms and intensive care units. (Photo by Parker Crook/The Press)

A Calculated Breath: Rachel Burick, left, with sister, Olivia Burick participate with Mylinh Hong in a respiratory therapy lab in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. SAIT’s respiratory therapy program lasts for three years and prepares students for a career in hospital emergency rooms and intensive care units. (Photo by Parker Crook/The Press)

Pearly Whites: Sharla Dunville, a respiratory therapy student, participates in her lab at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The respiratory therapy program trains students to assist physicians in diagnosing, treating and managing patients. They are also trained in resuscitation, ventilator management as well as oxygen and aerosol therapy. (Photo by Dawn Gibson/The Press)

Pearly Whites: Sharla Dunville, a respiratory therapy student, participates in her lab at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The respiratory therapy program trains students to assist physicians in diagnosing, treating and managing patients. They are also trained in resuscitation, ventilator management as well as oxygen and aerosol therapy. (Photo by Dawn Gibson/The Press)

On the Fly Ramin Asheghan battles an opponent in ping pong action in the Campus Centre at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The ping pong tables are available to all SAIT students and faculty for a small fee. (Photo by Parker Crook/The Press)

On the Fly Ramin Asheghan battles an opponent in ping pong action in the Campus Centre at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The ping pong tables are available to all SAIT students and faculty for a small fee. (Photo by Parker Crook/The Press)

Nuclear Cam: Nuclear medicine technology students, Brittney Meier, left, Bo Liu, centre, and Emily Griffin, right, conduct a daily quality control test on their hybrid SPECT CT gamma camera at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The testing consists of the students switching the collimators and processing the images they collect to ensure the camera is working properly. The process can be compared to switching the lenses on a regular camera. This camera works with radiopharmaceutical medicine that is injected into the body and clings itself to specific areas. It will show results for targeted areas of the body.(Photo by Amanda Richter/The Press)

Nuclear Cam: Nuclear medicine technology students, Brittney Meier, left, Bo Liu, centre, and Emily Griffin, right, conduct a daily quality control test on their hybrid SPECT CT gamma camera at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The testing consists of the students switching the collimators and processing the images they collect to ensure the camera is working properly. The process can be compared to switching the lenses on a regular camera. This camera works with radiopharmaceutical medicine that is injected into the body and clings itself to specific areas. It will show results for targeted areas of the body.(Photo by Amanda Richter/The Press)

Vice President of Academics, Brad Donaldson, poses for a lit location portrait in his office in the Heritage Hall Building at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Donaldson left SAIT in 2011 as the Dean of Manufacturing and Automation to be the Vice President of Academics at Red Deer College in 2011. As a strong believer in the importance of education, He has since come back to SAIT as the new VP of Academics. (Photo by Victoria Cockriell/The Press)

Vice President of Academics, Brad Donaldson, poses for a lit location portrait in his office in the Heritage Hall Building at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Donaldson left SAIT in 2011 as the Dean of Manufacturing and Automation to be the Vice President of Academics at Red Deer College in 2011. As a strong believer in the importance of education, He has since come back to SAIT as the new VP of Academics. (Photo by Victoria Cockriell/The Press)

Head in the Clouds: Second-year aircraft maintenance engineers technology student Garrett Lee stands for a portrait during a break in his HELI 320 - helicopter maintenance practices class at the Art Smith Aero Centre in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The centre is one of three training facilities within SAIT's School of Transportation, along with the Buck Crump Centre for rail training and technology and the Clayton Carroll Automotive Centre. (Photo by Kayla Van Den Bussche/The Press)

Head in the Clouds: Second-year aircraft maintenance engineers technology student Garrett Lee stands for a portrait during a break in his HELI 320 – helicopter maintenance practices class at the Art Smith Aero Centre in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The centre is one of three training facilities within SAIT’s School of Transportation, along with the Buck Crump Centre for rail training and technology and the Clayton Carroll Automotive Centre. (Photo by Kayla Van Den Bussche/The Press)

I've got the power: First year new media production and design student, Josh Boak, poses for a portrait in the sound proof editing room at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Boak is in the sound booth/editing suite for the new media production and design students, a place they can sign out to do their work and he uses often. The program Boak is taking teaches them the tools to being graphic designers, photographers and filmmakers, which he states as perfect for him. (Photo by Kelsey Zeoli/The Press)

I’ve got the power: First year new media production and design student, Josh Boak, poses for a portrait in the sound proof editing room at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Boak is in the sound booth/editing suite for the new media production and design students, a place they can sign out to do their work and he uses often. The program Boak is taking teaches them the tools to being graphic designers, photographers and filmmakers, which he states as perfect for him. (Photo by Kelsey Zeoli/The Press)

Going Up: Second-year aircraft maintenance engineers technology student Carlo Apolinar works on repairing an engine during an INSP 350 advanced aircraft inspection lab at the Art Smith Aero Centre for Training and Technology in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The Art Smith Centre occupies 17 acres of land at the Calgary International Airport and holds 17 labs including helicopter and airplane maintenance. (Photo by Kayla Van Den Bussche/The Press)

Going Up: Second-year aircraft maintenance engineers technology student Carlo Apolinar works on repairing an engine during an INSP 350 advanced aircraft inspection lab at the Art Smith Aero Centre for Training and Technology in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The Art Smith Centre occupies 17 acres of land at the Calgary International Airport and holds 17 labs including helicopter and airplane maintenance. (Photo by Kayla Van Den Bussche/The Press)

Spin that Wheel: Second-year instrumentation engineering technology student Jaden Taylor works in the flow measurement laboratory in the Johnson-Cobbe Energy Centre Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. In the lab, students learn how to measure bulk fluid movements. (Photo by Nikolai Cuthill/The Press)

Spin that Wheel: Second-year instrumentation engineering technology student Jaden Taylor works in the flow measurement laboratory in the Johnson-Cobbe Energy Centre Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. In the lab, students learn how to measure bulk fluid movements. (Photo by Nikolai Cuthill/The Press)

Leading the Way: Instrumentation engineering technology instructor Ed Bons explains calculations to sin the process control laboratory in the Johnson-Cobbe Energy Centre Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Bons has worked at SAIT for over 15 years, which he joked has been "too long." (Photo by Nikolai Cuthill/The Press)

Leading the Way: Instrumentation engineering technology instructor Ed Bons explains calculations to sin the process control laboratory in the Johnson-Cobbe Energy Centre Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Bons has worked at SAIT for over 15 years, which he joked has been “too long.” (Photo by Nikolai Cuthill/The Press)

Daily Grind: Second-year instrumentation engineering technology students work in the distributed control systems laboratory in the Johnson-Cobbe Energy Centre Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The two-year program prepares students through practical training to work in a variety of industries, from oil and gas refining to petrochemical processing. (Photo by Nikolai Cuthill/The Press)

Daily Grind: Second-year instrumentation engineering technology students work in the distributed control systems laboratory in the Johnson-Cobbe Energy Centre Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The two-year program prepares students through practical training to work in a variety of industries, from oil and gas refining to petrochemical processing. (Photo by Nikolai Cuthill/The Press)

Lights, Camera, Action!:Thomas Dutton edits a student produced film in the film and video production program in Heritage Hall at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Each year, students write, shoot and edit their own films. Dutton is editing a 10 minute horror film called FairField. The story follows a character named Ben, who is in search of answers at an abandoned asylum where his disappeared grandparents used to work decades ago. Dutton future goal is to work in post production. "Post production is what gets my heart beating. I love sound, editing and colour grading," Dutton says. (Photo by Will Geier/The Press)

Lights, Camera, Action!:Thomas Dutton edits a student produced film in the film and video production program in Heritage Hall at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Each year, students write, shoot and edit their own films. Dutton is editing a 10 minute horror film called FairField. The story follows a character named Ben, who is in search of answers at an abandoned asylum where his disappeared grandparents used to work decades ago. Dutton future goal is to work in post production. “Post production is what gets my heart beating. I love sound, editing and colour grading,” Dutton says. (Photo by Will Geier/The Press)

Late Night Learner: Zayre Miranda studies quietly in a secluded alcove in Heritage Hall at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Miranda is in the business administration program which she states can be "stressful at times." SAIT offers various areas for students to study in seclusion for more focused learning. (Photo by Victoria Cockriell/The Press)

Late Night Learner: Zayre Miranda studies quietly in a secluded alcove in Heritage Hall at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Miranda is in the business administration program which she states can be “stressful at times.” SAIT offers various areas for students to study in seclusion for more focused learning. (Photo by Victoria Cockriell/The Press)

First year SAIT Geomatic Engineering students, Tyson Maton, left, and Bryson Muir, practice their surveying skills on campus, in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. (Photo by Carole Chabot/The Press)

First year SAIT Geomatic Engineering students, Tyson Maton, left, and Bryson Muir, practice their surveying skills on campus, in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. (Photo by Carole Chabot/The Press)

Reflections of old: Students walk across campus in front of Heritage Hall near the end of the school day at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Heritage Hall could reflect in the water because of the warm weather that melted the snow, which ran at 15 degrees plus a chinook wind. Heritage Hall is SAIT's oldest and most historic building. (Photo by Kelsey Zeoli/The Press)

Reflections of old: Students walk across campus in front of Heritage Hall near the end of the school day at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Heritage Hall could reflect in the water because of the warm weather that melted the snow, which ran at 15 degrees plus a chinook wind. Heritage Hall is SAIT’s oldest and most historic building. (Photo by Kelsey Zeoli/The Press)

Wired:Sug Jun Park works on an assignment during his class in the electronics engineer technology program in the John Ware Building at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Park's assignment was finding which terminal can allow flow current through a diode. Park is a international student from Korea. After Park graduates he plans a career related to telecommunications. (Photo by Will Geier/The Press)

Wired:Sug Jun Park works on an assignment during his class in the electronics engineer technology program in the John Ware Building at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Park’s assignment was finding which terminal can allow flow current through a diode. Park is a international student from Korea. After Park graduates he plans a career related to telecommunications. (Photo by Will Geier/The Press)

Drone Pilot: Dominic Aello poses with the remote operated rover being designed in conjunction with the bachelor of science construction project management program in an Aldred Centre lab at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Aello, who is an unmanned aerial vehicle researcher, owns a drone company and offers training to new drone pilots. In fact, though anyone can purchase a drone at just about any store, the pilot needs to be Transport Canada certified. (Photo by Jeremy Ash/The Press)

Drone Pilot: Dominic Aello poses with the remote operated rover being designed in conjunction with the bachelor of science construction project management program in an Aldred Centre lab at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Aello, who is an unmanned aerial vehicle researcher, owns a drone company and offers training to new drone pilots. In fact, though anyone can purchase a drone at just about any store, the pilot needs to be Transport Canada certified. (Photo by Jeremy Ash/The Press)

Defining A Smile: Julia Derkat, a dental assisting student, works with teeth moulds in a prosthodontics lab at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The dental assisting program is a 10-month certificate program where students learn to work in dental clinics and community health centres. (Photo by Parker Crook/The Press)

Defining A Smile: Julia Derkat, a dental assisting student, works with teeth moulds in a prosthodontics lab at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The dental assisting program is a 10-month certificate program where students learn to work in dental clinics and community health centres. (Photo by Parker Crook/The Press)

Masks On: Anna Solovena, a dental assistant student shows off a teeth mould during class at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Dental assisting is a fast track 10 month program in which students learn about concepts such as x-rays, teeth cleaning and other dental skills. (Photo by Dawn Gibson/The Press)

Masks On: Anna Solovena, a dental assistant student shows off a teeth mould during class at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Dental assisting is a fast track 10 month program in which students learn about concepts such as x-rays, teeth cleaning and other dental skills. (Photo by Dawn Gibson/The Press)

Mold Makers: Dental assistant student Keeley Kroeker, left, gets assistance from her instructor Patricia Stoness, centre, during a mold making lab at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The mold uses alginate to make a preliminary impression that can be used to make whitening trays, stone models, and dentures. (Photo by Amanda Richter/The Press)

Mold Makers: Dental assistant student Keeley Kroeker, left, gets assistance from her instructor Patricia Stoness, centre, during a mold making lab at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The mold uses alginate to make a preliminary impression that can be used to make whitening trays, stone models, and dentures. (Photo by Amanda Richter/The Press)

 Pour some sugar on me Professional cooking student, Francois Boyer, pours a fondant top coat onto the mille feuille in the John Ware building on SAIT's main campus in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Mille feuille, also known as 'the napoleon' for its french background, is a type of custard slice pastry typically made up of three layers of puff pastry with alternating layers of pastry cream. (Photo by Pier Moreno Silvestri/The Press)

Pour some sugar on me Professional cooking student, Francois Boyer, pours a fondant top coat onto the mille feuille in the John Ware building on SAIT’s main campus in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Mille feuille, also known as ‘the napoleon’ for its french background, is a type of custard slice pastry typically made up of three layers of puff pastry with alternating layers of pastry cream. (Photo by Pier Moreno Silvestri/The Press)

Books, Books, Books: Morgan Hordal, student engagement librarian, shows off some books at the SAIT Reg Erhardt Library in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Hordal, who holds a Masters in Library and Information Studies from the University of Alberta, said she ensures that the library's quiet areas are maintained so students have the best environment to study in. (Photo by Shaleen Ladha/The Press)

Books, Books, Books: Morgan Hordal, student engagement librarian, shows off some books at the SAIT Reg Erhardt Library in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Hordal, who holds a Masters in Library and Information Studies from the University of Alberta, said she ensures that the library’s quiet areas are maintained so students have the best environment to study in. (Photo by Shaleen Ladha/The Press)

Light Bright: A person waits for an approaching train at the SAIT/ACAD/Jubilee LRT station in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Students have a U-Pass included in the price of their tuition, and often use city transit as a convenient way to travel to and from school. (Photo by Dawn Gibson/The Press)

Light Bright: A person waits for an approaching train at the SAIT/ACAD/Jubilee LRT station in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Students have a U-Pass included in the price of their tuition, and often use city transit as a convenient way to travel to and from school. (Photo by Dawn Gibson/The Press)

Catch Me If You Can: People pass by an illuminating wall in the Aldred Centre at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The Aldred Centre is the largest of three buildings that make up the Trades and Technology Complex at SAIT. (Photo by Dawn Gibson/The Press)

Catch Me If You Can: People pass by an illuminating wall in the Aldred Centre at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The Aldred Centre is the largest of three buildings that make up the Trades and Technology Complex at SAIT. (Photo by Dawn Gibson/The Press)

Breaking News: Cassandra Stefanic, a second year student in the Radio, television and broadcasting news program poses for a portrait in the newsroom in the Senator Burns building at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The program allows students to alternate jobs for each taping of the broadcast. Stefanic plans on being an international news corespondent after she graduates. (Photo by Chelsey Harms/The Press)

Breaking News: Cassandra Stefanic, a second year student in the Radio, television and broadcasting news program poses for a portrait in the newsroom in the Senator Burns building at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The program allows students to alternate jobs for each taping of the broadcast. Stefanic plans on being an international news corespondent after she graduates. (Photo by Chelsey Harms/The Press)

Clowning Around: Kelly-Anne Roberts, left, and Cassandra Stefanic, centre, and Jeff Slack have some fun during a live news broadcast in the Senator Burns Building at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Roberts, Stefanic and Slack are all in their second year of the radio, television, and broadcast news program at SAIT. (Photo by Chelsey Harms/The Press)

Clowning Around: Kelly-Anne Roberts, left, and Cassandra Stefanic, centre, and Jeff Slack have some fun during a live news broadcast in the Senator Burns Building at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Roberts, Stefanic and Slack are all in their second year of the radio, television, and broadcast news program at SAIT. (Photo by Chelsey Harms/The Press)

: Instrumentation engineering technology instructor Edward Bons leads a flow measurement lab in the Johnson-Cobbe Energy Centre at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Bons has been an instructor at SAIT for 15 years. (Photo by Chelsey Harms/The Press)

: Instrumentation engineering technology instructor Edward Bons leads a flow measurement lab in the Johnson-Cobbe Energy Centre at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Bons has been an instructor at SAIT for 15 years. (Photo by Chelsey Harms/The Press)

Just Desserts: Albert Kurylo, a baking & patisserie chef instructor for SAIT's baking and pastry arts program, shows off a cocoa bean during a second-year cooking class in the basement of SAIT's John Ware Building in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Kurylo, who has been cooking and baking since the age of 10, was supervising the class as they created a buffet as part of their dessert unit. (Photo by Ashley Orzel/The Press)

Just Desserts: Albert Kurylo, a baking & patisserie chef instructor for SAIT’s baking and pastry arts program, shows off a cocoa bean during a second-year cooking class in the basement of SAIT’s John Ware Building in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Kurylo, who has been cooking and baking since the age of 10, was supervising the class as they created a buffet as part of their dessert unit. (Photo by Ashley Orzel/The Press)

The Final Touch: A baking and pastry arts student places the final blueberry on a chocolate mousse during a second-year baking and pasty arts class in the basement of SAIT's John Ware Building in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The class was learning how to make a dessert buffet as part of their dessert unit, which was brought to the Highwood Dining Room immediately following the class. (Photo by Ashley Orzel/The Press)

The Final Touch: A baking and pastry arts student places the final blueberry on a chocolate mousse during a second-year baking and pasty arts class in the basement of SAIT’s John Ware Building in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The class was learning how to make a dessert buffet as part of their dessert unit, which was brought to the Highwood Dining Room immediately following the class. (Photo by Ashley Orzel/The Press)

Just in time for camping season: Second-year School of Transportation, recreation vehicle service technician, apprentices measure one of the finishing pieces on a camper at the N.R. Buck Crump building at SAIT's Mayland Heights campus in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The recreational vehicle, which is nearing completion, has taken a year for students to build from scratch. (Photo by Ashley Orzel/The Press)

Just in time for camping season: Second-year School of Transportation, recreation vehicle service technician, apprentices measure one of the finishing pieces on a camper at the N.R. Buck Crump building at SAIT’s Mayland Heights campus in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The recreational vehicle, which is nearing completion, has taken a year for students to build from scratch. (Photo by Ashley Orzel/The Press)

Laying down the line: Tom Gough, centre, training specialist for the railway division, instructs a track inspection level 2 class as part of a corporate rail compliance training class at the N.R. Buck Crump building at SAIT's Mayland Heights campus in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Gough, a retired training specialist with Canadian Pacific Railway, was teaching railway track inspection, including switches, frogs, guard rails, and derails, during the one-day certification course. The certification needs to be updated every three years. (Photo by Ashley Orzel/The Press)

Laying down the line: Tom Gough, centre, training specialist for the railway division, instructs a track inspection level 2 class as part of a corporate rail compliance training class at the N.R. Buck Crump building at SAIT’s Mayland Heights campus in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Gough, a retired training specialist with Canadian Pacific Railway, was teaching railway track inspection, including switches, frogs, guard rails, and derails, during the one-day certification course. The certification needs to be updated every three years. (Photo by Ashley Orzel/The Press)

On the Air:Mo Keshavjee looks in on Morgan McLeod's radio show in the Senator Burns Building at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. McLeod is a student in the radio, television and broadcast news program. The program has three majors to chose from, such as, broadcasting, radio and television production. McLeod's desired major is radio. After she graduates she hopes to work behind the scenes in production for it allows McLeod to explore her creative side. "I suppose that I want a career that I'm going to be happy with, and that I'm not going to get tired of," McLeod says. (Photo by Will Geier/The Press)

On the Air:Mo Keshavjee looks in on Morgan McLeod’s radio show in the Senator Burns Building at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. McLeod is a student in the radio, television and broadcast news program. The program has three majors to chose from, such as, broadcasting, radio and television production. McLeod’s desired major is radio. After she graduates she hopes to work behind the scenes in production for it allows McLeod to explore her creative side. “I suppose that I want a career that I’m going to be happy with, and that I’m not going to get tired of,” McLeod says. (Photo by Will Geier/The Press)

The Cherry on Top: Waleed Sabur, a second-year baking and pastry arts student, cools off a cherry made of sugar during class in the basement of the John Ware Building in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Sabur, originally from Bangladesh, came to Canada to work but drove past SAIT one day and decided to pursue a career in his passion for baking. (Photo by Ashley Orzel/The Press)

The Cherry on Top: Waleed Sabur, a second-year baking and pastry arts student, cools off a cherry made of sugar during class in the basement of the John Ware Building in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Sabur, originally from Bangladesh, came to Canada to work but drove past SAIT one day and decided to pursue a career in his passion for baking. (Photo by Ashley Orzel/The Press)

 Creative Chemistry: Mariel Behagan, left, joins sisters Lina and Jennifer Gutierrez of the biology 30 class to observe how chemicals react in one of the labs on the third floor of the Senator Burns Building at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Each year SAIT accepts dozens of students looking to improve their academic marks in various different subjects. (Photo by Victoria Cockriell/The Press)

Creative Chemistry: Mariel Behagan, left, joins sisters Lina and Jennifer Gutierrez of the biology 30 class to observe how chemicals react in one of the labs on the third floor of the Senator Burns Building at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Each year SAIT accepts dozens of students looking to improve their academic marks in various different subjects. (Photo by Victoria Cockriell/The Press)

Security personnel get an arial view of the lower levels during a patrol around the Johnson-Cobbe Energy Centre at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Campus Security provides a multitude of services ranging from emergency response to safety escourts . (Photo by Cyril Brabant/The Press)

Security personnel get an arial view of the lower levels during a patrol around the Johnson-Cobbe Energy Centre at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Campus Security provides a multitude of services ranging from emergency response to safety escourts . (Photo by Cyril Brabant/The Press)

Fitness instructor, Kyra Page, demonstrates a set during the Wellness Centre's Lunch Crunch exercise program at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Lunch Crunch is a half-hour long exercise program aiming to give a quick and intense workout to burn calories in a short amount of time. (Photo by Cyril Brabant/The Press)

Fitness instructor, Kyra Page, demonstrates a set during the Wellness Centre’s Lunch Crunch exercise program at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Lunch Crunch is a half-hour long exercise program aiming to give a quick and intense workout to burn calories in a short amount of time. (Photo by Cyril Brabant/The Press)

Propelling Forward: Second-year aircraft maintenance engineers technology student Kevin Chung takes a break from his INSP-350 advanced aircraft inspection lab at the Art Smith Aero Centre in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The centre is one of three training facilities within SAIT's School of Transportation, along with the Buck Crump Centre for rail training and technology and the Clayton Carroll Automotive Centre. (Photo by Kayla Van Den Bussche/The Press)

Propelling Forward: Second-year aircraft maintenance engineers technology student Kevin Chung takes a break from his INSP-350 advanced aircraft inspection lab at the Art Smith Aero Centre in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. The centre is one of three training facilities within SAIT’s School of Transportation, along with the Buck Crump Centre for rail training and technology and the Clayton Carroll Automotive Centre. (Photo by Kayla Van Den Bussche/The Press)

BEEP BEEP: Sarah Clark, middle, an instructor for the electrical engineering program helps her students during class at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. During their labs, first year students learn how to set up and install alarm systems. The students were also preparing to write their national board exam on Friday. (Photo by Dawn Gibson/The Press)

BEEP BEEP: Sarah Clark, middle, an instructor for the electrical engineering program helps her students during class at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. During their labs, first year students learn how to set up and install alarm systems. The students were also preparing to write their national board exam on Friday. (Photo by Dawn Gibson/The Press)

All Secured: Maninderjeet Singh, left, and Thomas Coker work with a mock setup in an alarm systems lab as part of the electrical engineering program in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. In the lab, students learned how to install, repair and read alarm systems typically found in North American homes. (Photo by Parker Crook/The Press)

All Secured: Maninderjeet Singh, left, and Thomas Coker work with a mock setup in an alarm systems lab as part of the electrical engineering program in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. In the lab, students learned how to install, repair and read alarm systems typically found in North American homes. (Photo by Parker Crook/The Press)

Sparks Fly: Efren Flores works on a welding project during class in the Aldred Centre at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Flores is a first year student with a graduation date set for June 2018. Welding is a 24 week program at SAIT that allows students to get hands on experience with joining and severing metals, as well as learning about the various processes and tools used in the welding industry. (Photo by Dawn Gibson/The Press)

Sparks Fly: Efren Flores works on a welding project during class in the Aldred Centre at SAIT in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Flores is a first year student with a graduation date set for June 2018. Welding is a 24 week program at SAIT that allows students to get hands on experience with joining and severing metals, as well as learning about the various processes and tools used in the welding industry. (Photo by Dawn Gibson/The Press)

 Primp and Proper Professional cooking student, Armaan Kukkadi, fills profiteroles with a pastry cream in the John Ware building on SAIT's main campus in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. A profiterole is a filled French choux pastry ball with a typically sweet and moist filling of whipped cream, custard, pastry cream, or ice cream. Savory profiteroles can also be made and filled with pureed meats, cheese as well as being garnished for soup when desired. (Photo by Pier Moreno Silvestri/The Press)

Primp and Proper Professional cooking student, Armaan Kukkadi, fills profiteroles with a pastry cream in the John Ware building on SAIT’s main campus in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. A profiterole is a filled French choux pastry ball with a typically sweet and moist filling of whipped cream, custard, pastry cream, or ice cream. Savory profiteroles can also be made and filled with pureed meats, cheese as well as being garnished for soup when desired. (Photo by Pier Moreno Silvestri/The Press)

Take Five: Professional cooking student Jesse Mann takes a smoke break outside of the John Ware Building in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Mann will graduate in April and says he is ready to be done school. (Photo by Nikolai Cuthill/The Press)

Take Five: Professional cooking student Jesse Mann takes a smoke break outside of the John Ware Building in Calgary on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017. Mann will graduate in April and says he is ready to be done school. (Photo by Nikolai Cuthill/The Press)

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