U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Researchers at University of Lethbridge looking to improve efficiency of feeding cattle

Dr. Erasmus Okine says the future is all about efficiency and Canada won't be able to compete with countries like Brazil or Argentina, in terms of beef production, if innovation falls behind

U of L management honorees named

The University of Lethbridge’s Faculty of Management paid tribute to the faculty’s 2017 honorees at the 30th Annual Scholarship Dinner at the Coast Hotel April 13

Pronghorns add three recruits

The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns women’s hockey team has added a trio of players who have represented their respective provinces last year at the National U18 women’s hockey championships

Snapchat for the 'unchurched': What millennials want from faith

Dr. Reg Bibby's research is cited in this discussion of bringing faith into the digital age

Scientists pen open letter to Alberta Environment Minister over OHV use in Castle Provincial parks

A total of 14 U of L researchers have put their name behind a letter supporting a ban of OHV use in the protected areas of Castle Provincial Park

Extreme weather more likely to hit Alberta as temperatures heat up

According to research from the Kienzle Watershed and Spatial Analysis Lab at the University of Lethbridge, Alberta’s climate has been warming consistently over the last half-century

SACPA speaker to address cattle efficiency

The U of L's Dr. Erasmus Okine will discuss the question Can Genomics and Big Data Help Feed Cattle Much More Efficiently?

Longtime friends collect team awards at U of L banquet

A pair of Airdronians were recognized for their efforts in the 2016-17 USports season by the University of Lethbridge at the Pronghorns’ Blue and Gold Banquet

U of L appoints Kathleen Massey as new Associate Vice-President (Students)

The University of Lethbridge Board of Governors has approved the appointment of Kathleen Massey as Associate Vice-President (Students)

University of Lethbridge announces Board of Governors research chairs

The University of Lethbridge Board of Governors appointed or reappointed seven Board of Governors Research Chairs at its regular meeting

Univ. supports move towards better research

The University of Lethbridge is throwing its support behind a federal report calling for a strengthening of Canadian Research

Stampeding buffalo are returning to Canada

Dr. Leroy Little Bear is featured in this story on the return of the buffalo to Banff National Park

Pianists to celebrate Beatles

The U of L Office of Alumni Relations and the Faculty of Fine Arts present a special concert event

Distinguished alumni offer encouragement to LCI students

U of L alumnus Greg Maxwell honoured by Lethbridge Collegiate Institute

Pronghorns dole out scholarships

The youth movement on the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns women’s rugby team is looking strong

Debt isn’t a bad thing, SACPA told

Economist Dr. Chris Nicol spoke at SACPA on Thursday on the topic: cuts to public service or deficit financing: what are Alberta's best options

Fort Macleod rugby exchange program about more than sport

Pronghorns women's rugby hosts Fort Macleod F.P. Walshe High School and its exchange partners from Ottawa

Mount Royal University appoints new provost

The U of L's Dr. Lesley Brown was chosen as provost and vice-president, academic for Mount Royal University

Students from F.P. Walshe, Kainai and LCI collaborate on play about reconciliation

John Poulsen, a drama education professor at the U of L, facilitated the creative process with students

Consider the Octopus

A look at Dr. Jennifer Mather's research and the incredible powers of the octopus

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