U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Nitro Circus set for Community Sports Stadium in May

The U of L Community Stadium opens its doors to an event it has never hosted before

Filipino migration explored at Building Cultural Bridges event

Glenda Bonifacio, a professor in women’s studies at the University of Lethbridge, to talk about the Filipino culture and its contribution to migration in Canada

Prentice Institute to discuss access to water at luncheon

Dr. Maura Hanrahan will present as she discusses First Nations or remote communities that don’t have a secure water supply

Good moon watching Wednesday, if clouds don't get in the way

Dr. Locke Marshall, Canada Research Chair in experimental astrophysics at the University of Lethbridge, discusses a rare phenomenon

A tale of two writers

Dr. Goldie Morgentaler's article on her mother and her best friend, two women who survived the Holocaust and became writers

Former Ace wins USPORTS gold at first meet

Former Airdrie Aces Athletic Club athlete Andreas Troschke won the weight throw event at the Golden Bear Open in Edmonton

Destination Exploration receives CanCode funding through Actua to expand digital programming for youth

As a network member of Actua, Destination Exploration is pleased to receive $95,000 from Actua’s CanCode funding

Four speakers announced for Cade Community Lectures

Four Lethbridge speakers will help listeners find “hope in troubled times.”

Older Adult Caregiving in an Amish Community

Dr. Judith Kulig contributes to this report on how Amish older adults and their caregivers experience health care services outside of their family and community

8 Reasons Playing With Children Is Great For Adults And Kids

Dr. Sergio Pellis's research on the benefits of play is cited

Food safety research led by U of L adjunct professor published in journal

Research scientist Dr. Wade Abbott and his team have been working to help improve food security, food safety and animal nutrition

Building Cultural Bridges Philippines event informative

Dr. Glenda Bonifacio speaks about the Filipino culture and its contribution to migration in Canada

Floods, drought - The new norm?

Dr. Stefan Kienzle, a hydrologist who studies water supply with a focus on the Oldman River Basin, will discuss how climate change could affect water outlook in southern Alberta

Fine arts benefit Saturday

Abbondanza marks its 17th year of celebrating the arts at the U of L

Professor remembered for his dedication to students and U of L

A memorial service will be held Saturday for professor Bhagwan Dua, a longtime department chair and dean at the University of Lethbridge

Wild horse in Canada - pest or precious treasure?

Dr. Claudia Notzke's work on the study of Alberta's wild horses is examined

Lethbridge parents join middle school math class to keep up with their kids

U of L mathematics professor Joy Morris and her students are helping parents cope with new math and how to help their children

Gov’t action needed to fund research

Dr. Claudia Malacrida says it is time for the liberal government to take action and give more support to research across the country

From trendy to timeless looks, here’s how to achieve flawless brows

U of L study on eyebrows and facial recognition is cited in this report

On the fast track to Olympic glory

U of L alumnus Florian Linder is heading to the Olympics as a coach with the South Korean bobsleigh contingent

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