U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Uncharted Path Ahead for Alberta's Unite the Right Movement

Dr. Geoffrey Hale says the provincial PC and Wildrose parties could unite under a single party banner before the next election but says the devil is usually in the details

University of Lethbridge Announces Musical Acts for Shine On Summer Festival

The University of Lethbridge announced the Saturday lineup of its Shine On Summer Festival which is set to take place over the Labour Day long weekend

The Contemporary Relevance of the Historical Treaties to Treaty Indian Peoples

Masters alumni Leon Crane Bear's article, The Contemporary Relevance of the Historical Treaties to Treaty Indian Peoples is a featured article on the Canadian Historical Association website

Opinion: Contaminant problems in the Athabasca River not overstated

Dr. Joseph Rasmussen and colleagues offer rebuttal to University of Alberta's William Shotyk who claimed that “contamination problems in the oilsands region are overstated"

College, university programs team up for exhibit

A joint exhibit between Lethbridge College and the University of Lethbridge is allowing students in fashion- and drama-related programs to better explore their crafts and contemporary perspectives on the body

Piano workshop attracts students, teachers

The University of Lethbridge Conservatory of Music and the Lethbridge Registered Music Teachers recently collaborated on an event for piano teachers and students in the community

University of Lethbridge holding Shine On Summer Festival this September

The U of L will be holding a big outdoor summer festival in early September as part of the University's 50th anniversary celebrations

Exhibit delves into U of L Art Gallery’s extensive collection

A new exhibit at the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery provides a glimpse into the university’s art collection as it has grown over the past 50 years

5 Canadian Universities To Watch

The U of L ranks third in Canada in a ranking of up-and-coming universities to watch

Researchers build epigenetics network in veterinary and animal sciences

University of Lethbridge researchers forefront of establishing provincial epigenetics network

Bumper crop for U of L soccer

The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns women’s soccer has landed five new recruits, and they didn’t have to go far to get them

U of L hosting Meeting of the Minds today, Saturday

Graduate students and their work will be showcased at the annual Meeting of the Minds conference

Students raising money, awareness of homelessness

Some hardy University of Lethbridge students are putting a spotlight on homelessness, by learning first hand a little about what it's like

Great historical tragedy on stage at U of L

The U of L drama department invites the public to experience one of the great historical tragedies with its production of “The Duchess of Malfi” by John Webster.

Conservatives say richest Albertans should pay more taxes

Dr. Trevor Harrison discusses the perception that some people are just not paying their fair share

Undergraduate research work in the spotlight at U of L showcase

The first Undergraduate Research Showcase gives a glimpse of impressive work done by undergraduate students

U of L playwrights to be honoured Saturday

Winners of this year’s Play Write Prize Competition will be feted Saturday evening

'A significant concern': Immunization rates in southern Alberta will mean further outbreaks, doctor predicts

Dr. Judith Kulig discusses cultural reasons that lead some parents to not immunizing their children

Research on display this week at U of L

Over 50 years, the University of Lethbridge has grown into one of the top research campuses in Canada. This week, southern Albertans are invited to come by and see what’s happening

Immunization rates in southern Alberta will mean further outbreaks, doctor predicts

Dr. Judith Kulig comments on religious factors that influence immunization rates in southern Alberta

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