Dr. Richard Querel (MSc ’08, PhD ’10), who studied under Dr. David Naylor, leads the ozone measurement program at the Lauder Atmospheric Research Station
University of Lethbridge neuroscientist Dr. Sergio Pellis says unstructured time is extremely important to a child’s brain development
A three-year study by Dr. Robin Bright shows middle school students who sometimes struggle with reading can become engaged and motivated readers with the right resource materials and a focused approach
A majority of surveyed registered nurses, practical nurses and health-care aides working in 30 continuing care facilities in southern Alberta reported experiencing moral distress daily or weekly.
Prospective University of Lethbridge students and associated family members will get an opportunity to experience the U of L campus and meet U of L staff members, student mentors and volunteers during the annual Ahead of the Herd summer orientation.
University of Lethbridge students have organized a Zumbathon fundraising event in support of a proposed humanitarian mission to assist the people of Nepal in the wake of the devastating earthquakes that struck the region.
Biology professor and cancer researcher Dr. Roy Golsteyn may have found the building blocks to a new cancer-fighting drug — and it was growing in the prairie landscape outside his University of Lethbridge lab all along
On Thursday, the University of Lethbridge recognized the late Debby Steacy for her longstanding commitment to promoting Pronghorn athletes by awarding her the 2015 University of Lethbridge Volunteer Award
The University of Lethbridge will embark on the creation of a new interdisciplinary research facility that promises to be Canada’s leading cellular imaging research centre
Creative design students from across Canada can take advantage of the first ever partnership between Olds College and the University of Lethbridge