U of L In The News

U of L In The News

John Barlow says journalistic experience helped win Macleod riding

Dr. Harold Jansen, U of L professor of political science, comments on the history of journalists moving into politics

Airdrie graduate receives scholarship from ADAS

Former Airdrie resident and current U of L mathematics student, Erin Hunter, receives a $1,000 scholarship from the Airdrie and District Agricultural Society

Why food is everyone's business

Alumna Lydia Ryall, a BC Agriculture Council award winner, is profiled as an example of the new generation of well educated farmers

Inductee ceremony for new teachers

Alumna Tamara Hatch, Faculty of Education, is introduced as a new teacher in Whitecourt, Alta.

Minister is a 'Roque' star

Students at the University of Lethbridge call him Father Roque Star, so even though he’s only been on the job since August, he’s already made an impression

Nothing weird about science

The University furthers science outreach initiatives by hosting the Lethbridge Regional Science Fair

Report led by U of L professor disputes skills shortage claim

Dr. Susan McDaniel's SSHRC-funded project says a national labour shortage is not in the offing

Lotteries a tax on people who are bad at math

A University of Lethbridge gambling study is cited in an examination of Canadian lotteries

U of L student receives unique ADHD scholarship

U of L master's student Zac Erickson deals with an ADHD diagnosis, earning a valuable scholarship and coaching to help him through school

High River park benefits from overwhelming grad dress donations

The University of Lethbridge sorority group delta Eta iota contributes to grad dress donation drive for High River residents

uLethbridge to submit official concern on drilling in area

The U of L plans to submit an official Statement of Concern with the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) on Goldenkey Oil’s three proposed wells in west Lethbridge

Rick and Throwing Sports

Rick Mercer visits the University of Lethbridge to work out with the Horns throwing team

Famed astronaut visits city Thursday

Colonel Chris Hadfield is the guest speaker in Calgary at the annual Alumni & Friends Dinner

University students receive helping hand

University of Lethbridge students reaching the end of their meal plans and ramping up for final exams get a little help with a free bag of groceries

Radio-thon next week to help The Family Centre

The Family Centre needs money and the University of Lethbridge’s Integrated Management Experience (IME) students need experience

Bringing the 'nones' back to church

New research on why people are leaving churches echoes studies by Reg Bibby of the University of Lethbridge, who has been studying religion in Canada for over three decades

Fitness top seven myths and five hard facts about exercise

Results from a University of Lethbridge kinesiology study find that high-intensity, short workouts offer tremendous calorie burning benefits

‘It’s unprecedented for a party to, while in power, go through this many leaders’

The U of L's Dr. Harold Jansen dissects the problems with the provincial Tories

uLethbridge signs collaboration, student exchange agreement with Japanese institution

A collaboration and student exchange agreement with Gakushuin Women's College in Tokyo, Japan will provide multiple opportunities for both institutions

Saskatchewan schools reduce roadblocks for aboriginal business students

Schools are following the long established lead of the University of Lethbridge, trying to create more openings for aboriginal students

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