U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Lomond’s new principal found education was her calling

A look at Kim Kerr, the new Lomond school principal, and a recent master's graduate of the Inclusive Education and Neuroscience program at the University of Lethbridge

Career Fair attracts crowds

The annual U of L Career Fair offers multiple opportunities for students to connect with potential employers

Imperial’s cleanup plan underway for Mount Polley mine dam breach, but questions remain

University of Lethbridge experts are brought in as part of a scientific advisory group in the aftermath of the water and tailings flush from the Mount Polley gold and copper mine

Holocaust major theme in author's books

The U of L's annual Literature Fair attracts well known author Kathy Kacer

City loses dedicated, humble leader

Dr. Robert Hironaka (DSC '02), chancellor emeritus, leaves a legacy built by years of community involvement.

Designs on the future

Stantec and KPMB Architects present three possible options for the design of the Destination Project

Alberta Culture Days hits GP

U of L art professor Tanya Harnett presents at the annual Grande Prairie art festival

Burke has special message for U of L athletes

Calgary Flames' Brian Burke has pointed advice for Pronghorn athletes at the annual scholarship breakfast

Historic Buffalo Treaty signed by First Nations to bring back bison

Leroy Littlebear, an elder with the Blood Tribe and professor at the University of Lethbridge, discusses the treaty signing meant to bring bison back to the great plains

Staniland named to Royal Society of Canada College

U of L alum Andrew Staniland (BMus '00), recognized as a leading Canadian classical music composer, has received membership in the Royal Society of Canada College.

1,300 local school kids part of study

U of L researchers will be assessing the physical literacy of 1,300 local children over the next two years as part of the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy (CAPL)

A new set of Pronghorns - team hosts Alberta Pandas Saturday

The Horns women's rugby team gears up for the Canada West regular season

Technology deciphered with Learning Council tutor

A University of Lethbridge computer science student assists the County of Lethbridge Community Learning Council (CLCLC) with free drop-in computer/technology assistance

Calgary firm to head up U of L construction project

PCL Construction Management Inc. will lead the construction of a new science and academic building at the U of L.

Advocate added to Royal Society

U of L alum Austin Mardon celebrates his election into the Royal Society of Canada.

Food faddism leads to food waste

The U of L Students' Union Farmers' Market makes an impression on writer

City woman continues national role in tourism

University of Lethbridge international management graduate, Sagrika Mehak, retains her Miss Canada Tourism role for a second year

On-campus farmers' market welcomed by U of L students

A weekly farmers' market has brought fresh fruits and vegetables to campus

Sirocco Quartet making most of visit to Lethbridge

The Sirocco Saxophone Quartet performs at the University of Lethbridge

Legislation lacks consensus

The U of L's Dr. Trevor Harrison addresses the weekly Southern Alberta Council on Public Affairs audience