U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Corb Lund, Dallas Smith headline U of L event

One of southern Alberta’s biggest outdoor music events of the summer is just days away as the University of Lethbridge celebrates its 50th anniversary with the Shine On Summer Music Festival

Learning the lessons of a catastrophic storm

The U of L's Dr. Cindy Ermus says lessons can be learned studying disasters, helping plan for future events

Palliser welcomes new acting superintendent Sept. 1

U of L alumnus Brian Andjelic is the new acting superintendent of Palliser Regional Schools

U of L, Red Crow College teaming up for Niitsitapi Teacher Program

The University of Lethbridge and Red Crow College are teaming up to provide a new teaching program to help teachers work with Blackfoot children and youth

Candidate 101 session to help city council hopefuls

Two guest speakers, including Dr. Harold Jansen, will discuss what's involved in holding public office at a Candidate 101 session.

Dalemead brothers reunite with U of L Pronghorns

The former dynamic duo of the Chestermere Lakers basketball team is reuniting due to Jeff Rodehutskors’ decision to transfer to the University of Lethbridge to play with his brother Mark and the Pronghorns

Why the Gulf Coast is uniquely vulnerable to disasters

U of L history professor Dr. Cindy Ermus discusses natural disasters in the deep south

Canada to invest $1.75m in feeding study to reduce GHG, improve cattle production

A multi-facet, multi-year project is set to assess the use of biochar as a feed ingredient for cattle with the aim of reducing methane emissions and improving feed efficiency, says Dr. Erasmus Okine

The Washboard Union looking forward to U of L Shine On Festival

The Washboard Union is ready to “Shine” at the Shine On Summer Festival Saturday at the University of Lethbridge Community Sports Stadium

Local receives Gold Medal at U of L

The University of Lethbridge awarded CCHS grad Allison Farfus with the Faculty of Arts and Science Gold Medal

Awesome summer conserving the Kootenays

U of L student Kaylin Salanski discusses her summer work with the Nature Trust of BC Kootenay Conservation Youth Crew

The political ties that bind: Lougheed and Blakeney

Dr. John von Heyking discusses the political friendship between Peter Lougheed and Allen Blakeney with undergraduate student Thomas Kazakoff

Transparency, taxes key concerns for candidate

U of L Faculty of Management alumnus Jesse Krsa is filing his intent to run for Okotoks council in the upcoming municipal election

Parkinson's Disease boxing program to make debut in Lethbridge

Dr. Jon Doan, the Parkinson Association of Alberta, and the Lethbridge Boxing Club, are offering a program aimed specifically at studying and improving the overall health of those suffering from Parkinson’s Disease

WHL powers CW: Pronghorns bolster back end with WHL recruits

University of Lethbridge Pronghorns coach Spiros Anastas has turned to a handful of WHL alumni to flesh out his teams’ back end as they look to climb back into the Canada West playoff picture

U of L part of brain research collaboration

Research conducted at the University of Lethbridge has assisted in the identification of neural activity patterns which could help scientists understand how the brain processes spatial information

Does living in collectives make people happier? This Lethbridge prof intends to find out

Dr. Catherine Kingfisher agrees with the old Three Dog Night song lyric about how one is the loneliest number, so the U of L anthropology professor is setting out to study urban collective living.

Watch Monday’s solar eclipse if you can, says professor- next one visible in Lethbridge in 2044

There’s a lot of excitement throughout North America, ahead of Monday’s solar eclipse

Travel notes, Galloping around in exotic places and getting the kids in free to San Diego's best spots

The U of L's Shine On Summer Festival makes the list as a place to visit in September

Tech Girl camp: no boys allowed

This week's Tech Girl camp encourages young girls to consider pursuing a career in computer science.

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