July 29, 2015
Projects to receive funding are dedicated to preserving floodplain forests, to finding new cancer drugs and to cataloguing historical architecture
Indigenous women from Mexico experienced Blackfoot and Canadian culture and shared their Mayan culture during a five-week visit to Lethbridge
July 28, 2015
Dr. Jouni Taskinen and Dr. Cam Goater have been collaborating on a study on Battle River clams since 1993
July 28, 2015

U of L In The News

Returning Nazi-looted art in Canada

Dr. Josephine Mills, curator of the U of L Art Gallery and past-president of the Canadian Art Museum Directors Organization, talks about the hard work involved...

More Alberta university students relying on food banks

Use of campus food banks is on the rise on Alberta campuses, with the U of L food bank experiencing a 24 per cent increase in demand this year over last year.

Sex on agenda at U of L

One of the themes at this year's conference was bisexuality, particularly in men, says Paul Vasey, a U of L psychology professor and an organizer of the...

Combined therapy approach paying apparent dividends

Students get a hands-on experience of art therapy and animal-assisted therapy in Straja Linder King's three-week summer course

Five ways a weaker Canadian dollar affects Alberta's economy

Professional sports teams can count on their fans whether the economy is booming or busting given stable ticket prices, says U of L economist Duane Rockerbie

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