U of L In The News

U of L In The News

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Dr. Josie Mills discusses Camera obscura imaging

Langevin joins Horns full time

Neil Langevin is back as head coach of the Horns women's rugby program, but it’s more like he never left

Students at Glenbow School sign Buffalo Treaty

Blood Tribe elder Leroy Little Bear caught wind of the work the class was doing, and decided to hold a special talk at the school

High hopes for research into Alzheimer’s

Researchers at the University of Lethbridge’s Canadian Centre for Behavourial Neuroscience (CCBN) are trying to see if they can identify the earliest indications of Alzheimer’s disease.

Rick Hansen to receive U of L degree

The University of Lethbridge will be recognizing Canadian icon Rick Hansen, a three-time Paralympic gold medallist, with an honorary degree at the 2018 Spring Convocation

Newly formed Southern Winds to perform May 19

Southern Winds, a group of musicians including many University of Lethbridge graduates, will make its public debut on May 19

U of L contributes to roadmap for enhancing human resistance to radiation for life in space

With more space exploration and possible colonization on the horizon, a group of international researchers, including the University of Lethbridge’s Dr. Olga Kovalchuk, combined forces to produce a roadmap to enhancing human radioresistance.

Global drums a sellout

The University of Lethbridge’s Global Drums ensemble played a well received concert on May 3 at Didsbury High School

Honours for U of L professors

Three University of Lethbridge professors have been named as Canada Research Chairs for the federal government

Blackfoot traditions discussed at forum

The importance of symbols in the Blackfoot tradition will be explained during a public presentation by University of Lethbridge faculty member Linda Many Guns

2018 Water’s Next Finalists Announced!

Dr. Stefan Kienzle is a finalist in Water Canada’s Water’s Next awards program

Keeping kids interested in sports

A new study looks at ways to keep kids involved in sports teams. Danny Balderson is an associate professor in education at the University of Lethbridge

U of L gives peek at new building

The University of Lethbridge allowed members of the media on Saturday to have an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of its newly-constructed Destination Project Science and Academic Building

Local Indigenous bodybuilder looking to get to CBBF Nationals

A University of Lethbridge student, and a Blood Reserve resident, is working to empower Indigenous youth through fitness, education, sports and leadership

First-year teacher jumps in with both feet

Faculty of Education alumna Kailyn Deeble (Trask) is the Palliser Regional Schools’ nominee for the 2018 Edwin Parr Teacher Award

Canadian Centre for Behavioural Neuroscience to track Alzheimer’s through imaging research

University of Lethbridge neuroscientists want to track the gradual emergence of Alzheimer’s disease through a state-of-the-art imaging research program

Why we tell stories of the missing and murdered

Annita Lucchesi, a member of the Southern Cheyenne Tribe and a doctoral student at the University of Lethbridge, creates an MMIW database

SACPA to discuss income support

Today, during the regular weekly SACPA session, speaker Trevor Harrison will present “Should Canada Adopt a Guaranteed Annual Income?”

Achieving The Highest Standard In Business Education

The Dhillon School of Business earns AACSB International Accreditation

Horns bolstered by major donation

The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns men’s hockey program has received a huge assist prior to the 2019 U Sports University Cup