U of L In The News

U of L In The News

U of L author explores explorer in latest book

Maura Hanrahan has uncovered the man behind the persona of legendary explorer Robert Abram Bartlett.

U of L students volunteer for more than 7,500 hours in community

Nearly 600 U of L students have volunteered more than 7,500 hours at community organizations and are learning about civic engagement through the UVolunteer program.

U of L jumper named to Canadian team for World U20 Championships

University of Lethbridge freshman jumper Noel Vanderzee has been named to the Canadian team that will compete at the World U20 Championships

Addressing biosecurity threats in synthetic biology

A look at U of L iGEM team member Chris Isaac at the Meeting of States Parties to the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) in Geneva, Switzerland

Bequest a hidden treasure

Selected pieces of the largest gift of art and cultural properties ever received by the University of Lethbridge are now on display in the U of L Art Gallery

Keith Robin being remembered

Tributes will be paid Monday to a longtime Lethbridge educator who supported many projects and initiatives through a life of community involvement

Hatter awarded for stellar grades at U of L

Medicine Hat’s In-tek Hong has been recognized for his top grades by the University of Lethbridge

Lethbridge nursing students teach African children of malaria and HIV dangers

The 15 students and two professors visited 11 schools and five local communities during their trip

Dhillon School of Business receives accreditation for Human Resources and Labour Relations program

Dhillon School of Business has received Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) accreditation for its Bachelor of Management in Human Resources Management and Labour Relations program

‘A transformational gift’: Large bequest gives Lethbridge Art Gallery new profile

The estate of Margaret (Marmie) Hess donates some 1,140 works of art to the U of L Art Gallery

Lethbridge Pride celebrations kick off Friday

Devon Hargreaves, Chair of the Lethbridge Pride Fest Society says the vandalism that occurred last year isn't overshadowing the celebrations planned for this year's 10th anniversary

Sandra Davidson appointed dean, Faculty of Nursing

U of L nursing alumna Dr. Sandra Davidson, PhD, has been appointed dean of the Faculty of Nursing at the University of Calgary

Play is important to children’s developing brains

Dr. Robbin Gibb, a University of Lethbridge researcher and professor, gave a presentation Wednesday on the importance of play

RNA conference begins

An annual conference bringing scientists in the field of RNA from across western Canada and beyond is taking place this week at the University of Lethbridge

Teachers recognized for dedication to life-long learning

Recent Faculty of Education graduate Dan New is recognized

Young offenders sentenced to play chess in Canada

A different approach is now being tested in Lethbridge, Canada, where a group of scientists created a program to use chess instead

Lethbridge rally aims to bring attention to racism and discrimination

U of L alumni create the Apiistamiiks White Buffalo Trail Blazers to bring experiences of racism to the surface

Conference hopes to prevent demise of Indigenous languages in jeopardy

As some traditional Indigenous languages face an uncertain future, the U of L hosts the Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium

City man continues to build the legacy of famous Alberta Rotarian

U of L donor Dr. Bob Lampard continues to work to solidify the legacy of a remarkable Alberta man

Red Deer’s next steps towards Reconciliation to be discussed on June 22

Roy Pogorzelski, director of First Nations, Metis, Inuit Student Services, a keynote speaker at public forum

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