U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Familiar foes await Horns in second round of playoffs

Taking a look at the Pronghorns men's basketball team and its second-round match-up with the U of A Golden Bears

STEP program still open for applications from employers

The annual Summer Temporary Employment Program (STEP) returns for Alberta post-secondary students

Blood Tribe member becomes first Indigenous president of Harvard University's legal aid program

U of L alumnus and former Horns men's basketball star makes history in Harvard law

U of L master's student awarded prestigious honour

Yanjun Shi is one of 13 Alberta graduate students to receive the Alberta SPOR Graduate Studentship in Patient-Oriented Research – the first time it’s happened for a U of L student

Show documents diversity of Nova Scotia art

Painter Jeffery Spalding helped create one of the nation’s largest art collections here during his years as a University of Lethbridge professor

Pronghorns sweep the Vikes

Playing their first Canada West home playoff games since 2001, the U of L Pronghorns men's basketball team completed a 2-0 series sweep over Victoria

SAAG exhibit a collaboration of sight and sound

University of Lethbridge art professor Annie Martin collaborated with music professor Janet Youngdahl to create “Adoration,” a multi-channel sound and painting installation

Horns bring playoffs home

Pronghorns men's basketball gets ready to host its first post-season games since 2001

Student involvement emphasized

In this article, which originally appeared on Friday, May 2, 1969, we get a snapshot of the birth of U of L research and its community connection, as well as the educational philosophy of the then new university

American dream out of reach, SACPA told

University of Lethbridge economist Richard Mueller says Canadians can still hope for a better job market

Maple Leafs coach Babcock discusses coaching philosophy

Former Pronghorns men's hockey coach Mike Babcock refers to his time at the U of L whenever he talks about coaching

YWCA Lethbridge Women of Distinction, Dr. Carla Carnaghan

Dr. Carla Carnaghan is known for her expert knowledge in finance, e-business and accounting education and works as an educator in the Faculty of Management at the University of Lethbridge

Future of jobs SACPA topic

Dr. Richard Mueller discusses the changing global job market in response to the new U.S. presidency

U of L summit discusses ag industry future

The annual AGILITY Innovation Summit: Future of Food at the University of Lethbridge ran last week

City lawyer named new chairman of Lethbridge College board of governors

U of L alumna and former and former sessional instructor Kristin Ailsby to Chair college board

Voice drive underway at U of L

Volunteer Lethbridge, CKXU and the Students Union at the University of Lethbridge (ULSU) are combining forces to put on a voice drive

Confirmed, talking to yourself is a good thing

A U of L study found that students who used positive self-talk were able to change their perspectives, attitudes and reactions

Alberta envoy to push for greater share of federal research and innovation funding in Ottawa

U of L President Mike Mahon is part of an Alberta university envoy headed to Ottawa

Today’s children missing out on benefits of outdoor play

Dr. Sergio Pellis draws a link between academic performance and play and how it can be seen in international education rankings

Protesters stand up to Castle OHV plan

Dr. Andrew Hurly adds his voice to the Castle area OHV issue, saying the science clearly shows that Off Highway Vehicles are destructive on the landscape