U of L In The News

U of L In The News

The secret to making a good first impression

University of Lethbridge psychology professor Dr. Drew Rendall discusses a new study about how people determine someone’s personality simply by listening to them

Piikani musician inspiring and giving back through song

Student Ira Provost, participating in Native Awareness Week, shares a message of empowering other proud Aboriginals

Blackfoot Digital Library takes shape

Much of the traditional Blackfoot way of life is preserved in the Blackfoot Digital Library

Partnerships explored with Algeria

Dan Weeks, U of L vice-president of research, along with representatives from 12 other Canadian post-secondary institutions is exploring partnerships with educational institutions in Algeria

Outstanding young farmers honoured

Alumna Lydia Ryall of Delta, B.C., owner of Cropthorn Farm, was named British Columbia’s outstanding young farmer for 2014

Good as gold, Hernandez earns CIS gold in triple jump

Aaron Hernandez was already the Canadian Interuniversity Sport rookie of the year before winning gold at the CIS Track Championships

Thomas King Wins the 2014 RBC Taylor Prize for The Inconvenient Indian

Former University of Lethbridge professor Thomas King is honoured for fiction writing

Healthy body, healthy mind

Dr. Robbin Gibb speaks at the Lethbridge Senior Citizens Organization as part of the University's Brain Awareness Week activities

Student teachers enjoying small town schooling

Five University of Lethbridge Faculty of Education students are doing their practicums at J.T. Foster High School in Nanton

A little home cooking

The Horns men's basketball program finds valuable recruits in southern Alberta

Ukraine unrest grows

Political scientist Dr. Alan Siaroff discusses the ongoing tensions in Ukraine

Music festival approaching

University of Lethbridge, Calgary campus, instructor Jim Dobbin and his contribution to the Drumheller and District Music Festival

Creston-raised sisters on production team of Nelson’s 'Rent'

Alumna Laura Johnson teams with her sister to bring the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical, Rent, to Nelson, B.C., March 13-15

Endowment fund to help U of L First Nations students

Alumnus Richard Masson and his family fund an endowment and scholarship award in support of the First Nations Transition Program

Atrium Mortgage Investment Corporation Opens Edmonton Office and Appoints Assistant Vice President

Alumnus Ryan McDonald is named Assistant Vice President for Alberta and Saskatchewan

Music fest strikes 62nd year

Former U of L music conservatory member Alan Young takes his talents to B.C.

Dawgs are ready to play the role of host

Prairie Baseball Academy Dawgs, three-time defending champions of the Canadian Colleges Baseball Conference, host this year’s tournament with the University of Lethbridge as a main sponsor

And the nominees are . . .

Pronghorns thrower Peter Millman is nominated as best male athlete at the 30th annual Truro Sport Heritage Society Awards Dinner

Pink Shirt Day spreads anti-bullying message

U of L Education student Logan Vanderham, a student teacher at Innisfail Middle School, is working on a website project about bullying behaviour

Locals inducted to Alberta Sports Hall of Fame

Dr. Gary Bowie, a founding faculty member of the U of L, is inducted as part of the Broder Chinook men's basketball teams

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