New Student Orientation has a full lineup of activities to welcome students
A new University of Lethbridge future-student website has been designed to be mobile-friendly and responsive to the needs of students beginning their academic careers.
The University of Lethbridge has several experts from the Faculty of Education available to discuss the challenges and opportunities that come with getting students ready for the school year.
The annual CCBN Summer Student Symposium gives students the chance to showcase their research work.
Summer time usually gives high school students a break from learning, but six local students have spent most of their summer getting educated about research instead.
New cryogenic test facility positions the U of L to participate in future space missions
Edmonton-based activist and University of Lethbridge alumnus Manwar Khan (BSc ’07), a father of twins, is holding a rally in Calgary at the Calgary City Hall as he continues to campaign across the province against bullying and violence
Alberta has its own dark history of controlling sexuality, starting with the Alberta Sterilization Act enacted in 1928. While the act was repealed more than 40 years ago, organizers of the Controlling Sexuality and Reproduction conference felt it was time to explore the current situation concerning people’s sexual and reproductive rights.
Projects that involve the quest for new cancer-fighting drugs, the preservation of floodplain forests, and the creation of a digital library to support thousand-year-old crosses got a boost today with the Canada Foundation for Innovation’s John R. Evans Leaders Fund announcement
The results of a study by Dr. Jouni Taskinen, a professor from the University of Jyväskylä in Finland who is a world expert on freshwater mussels, and University of Lethbridge biology professor Dr. Cam Goater, point to a troubling trend