U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Spud-based research taking root at University of Lethbridge

Dr. Dmytro Yevtushenko talks about his research in potato science and Dr. Dan Johnson talks about his work in monitoring psyllids, the insect that can carry the zebra chip pathogen which is destructive to potato crops

Bell Let’s Talk campaign taking place on Saturday

Pronghorn Athletics partners with Bell for the Let’s Talk student-athlete campaign along with 53 universities across Canada

Plainridge Park Casino’s First Year Did Not Reduce Lottery Sales Nearby or in State

The U of L's Dr. Robert Williams is part of a team of researchers studying the effects of expanded casino gambling in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Benefit Cosmetics works with neuroscientist to develop brow translator

Dr. Javid Sadr, a professor of Neuroscience at Canada's renowned University of Lethbridge, has partnered with Benefit Cosmetics to study brows

Test out the performing arts

Alumna Lynne Wilson offers a performing arts course at Festival Place in Sherwood Park

Founders' Day takes the cake

Along with balloons, food and music, a great big cake in the shape of University Hall helped kickoff the U of L's 50th anniversary

Students take icy plunge for charity

Management Students’ Society hosted the 12th annual Chillin’ 4 Charity event and many took the plunge.

Students take icy punge for charity

Members of the University of Lethbridge’s Management Students’ Society host the 12th annual Chillin’ 4 Charity event and many took the plunge

U of L was good news for city

An editorial that ran in the Lethbridge Herald in 1966 captures the mood of the time when the U of L was founded

Founders' Day kicks off 50th anniversary celebration at University of Lethbridge

Kickoff festivities featured bag pipes, a hot tub and a replica cake as the U of L kicked off Founders’ Day weekend, a celebration of 50 years.

Founders’ Day Weekend to open 50th anniversary celebrations

Celebrations for the University of Lethbridge’s 50th anniversary kick off today with the Founders’ Day Weekend

A Song in the Making

Learn more about Let It Shine On

Aging boomers highlight need to bring more men into caregiving profession

Peter Kellett, assistant dean of the U of L nursing program, discusses gender as it pertains to paid caregiving

Lethbridge woman spends 40 hours making cake replica of the university

Alumna Amy Whipple's replica University Hall cake took an enormous amount of work

Founders’ Day kicks off 50th anniversary celebration at University of Lethbridge

Friday’s festivities featured bag pipes, a hot tub and a replica cake as the U of L kicked off Founders’ Day weekend, a celebration of 50 years

U of L was good news for the city

A look back at the 1966 original article that trumpeted a new university for Lethbridge

Brew for the ‘U’

Coulee Brew Company has created two new beers to help the U of L celebrate its 50th anniversary while supporting student scholarships

Oral history project celebrates U of L’s 50th anniversary with 50 Voices

The 50 Voices oral history project has woven a tapestry of perspectives about the University of Lethbridge over the past 50 years.

Secret to iGEM success at ULeth

For the last few years, Dr Hans-Joachim Wieden has been the guiding light for students entering the iGEM competitions to build genetically engineered machines

Fund looks to raise money for U of L scholarships

The University of Lethbridge is launching a new fund sure to lighten the debt load of some students

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