U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Canadian researcher seeks input from Valley birders

U of L undergraduate student Vanessa L. Johnson wants to compile data on some of birding’s intangibles

North & Company sponsoring Family Play Day

North & Company LLP law firm will join forces as a sponsor with the University of Lethbridge for the eighth annual Family Play Day

Precision irrigation increases yields

Alberta farmers who use precision agriculture on irrigated land have found crop benefits and cost savings, a University of Lethbridge (U of L) study shows.

Unstructured play can create mentally healthier kids

Dr. Sergio Pellis says today's emotionally troubled children need more unstructured play experiences

Airdrie tuba player performs in Taiwan

Airdrian Hana Hubley recently had the opportunity to travel to Taiwan to share her love of music with other students through the University of Lethbridge

U of L adds new graduate programs in health services management

The University of Lethbridge is adding two new graduate programs for health and business professionals who want to expand their skills in health-care management

Record year for industrial construction

The University of Lethbridge's Destination Project contributes to the local economy

U of L Researchers Working to Unravel Mystery Behind One of the Deadliest Forms of Cancer

A team of researchers is conducting research to uncover the mechanisms that make glioblastoma such an aggressive cancer, with hope the results could lead to new therapeutic interventions in the future.

U of L offering Math Help Sessions for Parents

Joy Morris, a professor of mathematics at the University of Lethbridge, will be commencing her weekly Math Help Sessions for Parents in January

Support for U of L hasn’t wavered

A year in review interview with Dr. Mike Mahon

Volunteering in Kenya a dream come true for Claresholm nurse

A Claresholm resident and University of Lethbridge nursing alumni, recently fulfilled her dream of nursing overseas

Compelling Calgarians: Lesley Brown

Former U of L senior administrator and researcher Dr. Lesley Brown is featured

Pronghorns earn silver medal at nationals

University of Lethbridge Pronghorns women’s ringette team is coming home as national silver medallists.

Little Bear named to Order of Canada

Leroy Little Bear, a founding member of the nation’s first university-based Native American Studies program and special adviser to the U of L president, has been named to the Order of Canada.

Nystrom bringing Pronghorns back to his alma mater

The Pronghorns men's hockey team ventures out east for non-conference action

Social enrichment boosts levels of oxytocin, new U of L research shows

A new study has shown that rats raised in socially enriched community settings had higher oxytocin levels and a biological age that was younger than their chronological age

U Pass program proving to be a huge success

Westside ridership has soared 45 per cent since the U Pass for university students was introduced this fall, officials report

Immersed etalon for high-resolution spectroscopy

The immersed etalon was successfully tested at the end of November at the University of Lethbridge at a temperature of 4 Kelvin, or –269 degrees Celsius.

Faith in the public square

U of L sociologist Dr. Reg Bibby's latest sampling of religious attitudes in Canada provokes commentary

Creation of memorial scholarship to help Hummel family fight Parkinson’s disease

Through the creation of the George and Alice Hummel Neuroscience Award, the Hummel family will continue their hallmark of pulling together as they support research at the University of Lethbridge

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