U of L In The News

U of L In The News

FSD applies new teaching quality standards ahead of legislation

The Foothills School Division (FSD) is working with a group of University of Lethbridge researchers to incorporate the province’s new school leadership standards

Community planning to rebuild Blackfoot student's vandalized art piece

The University of Lethbridge community is coming together to rebuild a Blackfoot student’s vandalized art piece

New U of L scholarship to honour Faculty of Education founders

This year, the University of Lethbridge is celebrating its 50th anniversary and to celebrate, it’s honouring the work of Faculty of Education founders through a new scholarship – the Founding Faculty Awards.

Bali's thieving monkeys will return your stolen items … for a price!

Dr. JB Leca's research study of Bali's long-tailed macaques and their robbing and bartering behaviour

Rugby Olympic medalist Ashley Steacy ready to call it a career

After thirteen years with the Canadian national rugby team, former Horns women's rugby star, Ashley Steacy, is stepping away from the sport

Giving back to celebrate 150

Jordan Calladine, who will study nursing and play varsity rugby for the U of L Pronghorns next season, donated the $150 she received through the “Make 150 Count” program to Dr. Gerald B. Probe Elementary

Canada has history with refugees

Susan McDaniel, Canada Research Chair in Global Population and Life Course, and Professor of Sociology at the U of L, says refugees have long been an important element of forming part of our country

Local wins University of Lethbridge medal

Airdrie's Caitlin Ratcliffe captures the Faculty of Arts and Science Gold Medal and turns her focus to graduate studies

U of L professor named Board of Governors Teaching Chair

Dr. Janay Nugent named Board of Governors Teaching Chair

Passion and hard work key to Olympic success: Kayla Moleschi

Former Horns women's rugby star and Olympian Kayla Moleschi brought her story and her drive to achieve to students in Aldergrove

Dr. Leroy Little Bear, Environmental Monioring and Science

A look at Dr. Leroy Little Bear, on the Environmental Monitoring and Science / Indigenous Wisdom Advisory Panel

Coalhurst High School students find real-life math applications

Students find great value in University's high school finance competition

Dream is realized for master of education

After working for four years at the Crowfoot School on the Siksika Nation, Shirley Kirby was inspired to pursue her master of education degree

U of L medal winners

Distinguishing themselves among the many outstanding graduates are the U of L’s medal winners for 2017

Garden workshops at Nature Centre

The U of L's Dr. Dan Johnson will help you discover what insects lie beneath the leaf litter and what their role is in helping to keep pests out of the garden

Alberta launches indigenous environmental advisory panel

Dr. Leroy Little Bear among those appointed to the panel that will be advising Alberta’s chief scientist on environmental monitoring

Outdoor fitness equipment in public parks: Is it an effective physical activity intervention?

U of L researchers examine the benefits of outdoor fitness equipment in helping community wellness

Global Drums members play with American rock legends

Six members of Global Drums, a University of Lethbridge ensemble directed by music professor Adam Mason, were invited to join a 25-piece steel drum group, Pan Rocks, playing alongside some of the current stars of American rock

Longtime educator to receive Distinguished Teaching award

Dr. Jennifer Mather will be presented this year’s Distinguished Teaching Award for her leadership over the last 30 years

Sick people pass through them all the time, so how clean are our ambulances?

The Alberta RNA Research and Training Institute is highlighted for expanding on the work of their iGEM presentation earlier this year