Recent Community Headlines

Recent Community Headlines

  • February 18, 2009 | Students
    Harvard University reported in its 2007-2008 Fact Book that, of its 20,000 students, only 489 were from Canada. That means less than three per cent of the student body consisted of Canadians accomplishing Ivy League...
  • February 17, 2009 | Students
    By ERIC LOW Dr. Christopher Epplett teaches in the History Department at the University of Lethbridge and has a broad number of research interests that include ancient military and social history, particularly that of...
  • February 17, 2009 | Students
    The University of Lethbridge is boosting the amount of award money available to new students. A total of 17 new awards are available for students who apply to the U of L by March 1. This year, the U of L is already...
  • February 13, 2009 | Students
    The University of Lethbridge's new 2009-2013 Strategic Plan sets a course for the University over the next five years. We asked various members of the University community their impressions of the Strategic Plan and how...
  • February 12, 2009 | Students
    By studying water issues locally, University of Lethbridge water researchers are discovering fundamental principles about water systems and their management that bolster a global body of knowledge. Lars Brinkmann, a...
  • February 12, 2009 | Government Relations
    It's a staggering statistic: more than 70 per cent of southern Alberta's water consumption is used to irrigate farmers' fields. But even as water issues are coming into the fore, farmers' water choices are still being...
  • February 11, 2009 | Students
    As the University of Lethbridge continues to gain momentum as a leader in water research, it is achieving a critical mass of outstanding scholars. Dr. Sarah Boon, who came to the U of L a year-and-a-half ago, is one of...
  • February 10, 2009 | Government Relations
    Rarely does a federal budget garner the public's attention like the one recently delivered by Stephen Harper's Conservative government. Particular attention was paid to this budget not only because of the current...
  • February 10, 2009 | Students
    If, in the first two minutes of discussing the sport of judo, the name of Dr. Yosh Senda is not uttered, then the conversation is truly lacking in depth. Simply stated, Senda and judo are synonymous and fully...
  • February 10, 2009 | Sport and Recreation
    Beginning in March, the University of Lethbridge Communications office will be producing an e-news mailing that will be distributed to all employees once per week on Mondays. The main purpose of the e-newsletter is to...

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