This year, we were pleased to welcome 62 students from schools around the world to the SAIT campus. After three days of competition, here are the final standings:
1st place: Team 18, Light blue (Randal Gabel, Jake Peregrym, Rowen Kowk, Kevin Buch)
2nd place: Team 1, Gold (Jordan Eliason, Kanishk Rai, Carter Park, Keith Tang Kong)
3rd place: Team 20, Dark green (Kyle Morris, Gursimran Sidhu, David Herbert, Yoonsun Kim)
Overall, this event has been a great success, and we’d like to extend a huge thanks to all of those who came out. We also couldn’t have done this without the instructors here at SAIT, our volunteers, and the generous support of our sponsors.
A huge thanks to all of our 2018 ISA Student Games sponsors. The games this year were another resounding success and it couldn’t have been done without them, as well as the participating schools, volunteers, and students!
For those of you interested in joining the ISA-SAIT Student Section, we’ll be coming around on Wednesday, September 5th to hand out nomination forms. Please submit your nominations no later than 4:00 PM on Thursday, September 6th. Completed forms can be slid under the door to the ISA club room (KA-051) or emailed to email@example.com.
You will have from September 7-11th to campaign to your peers regarding your potential position. Second years will also be voting so make sure you campaign to us as well!
The available positions for first years are:
2nd Vice President,
Assistant Membership Director,
Assistant Program Director,
Assistant Communications Manager,
Assistant Graphics Designer, and
Voting will occur on Wednesday, September 12th. The election winners will be announced at the ISA Calgary pizza lunch on Friday, September 14th.
We are greatly honoured to have received the President’s Student Leadership Award. A Big Thank You to SAIT and Dr. David Ross for acknowledging all of our accomplishments we have achieved throughout the year. A special Thanks to Mark Tarrant for his leadership in facilitating our now International Status of the SAIT Instrumentation Student Games.