U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Tech Girl camp: no boys allowed

This week's Tech Girl camp encourages young girls to consider pursuing a career in computer science.

Are Octopuses Smart?

Dr. Jennifer Mather talks about some octopuses' ability ability to plan ahead, play and show personality

Latrace breaks Games long jump record

Duchess native and Horns track star Sandra Latrace has reason to be smiling following her record setting gold medal performance at the Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg

iGEM team going green with printer ink

This year’s University of Lethbridge iGEM team is working turn printer ink green. Just not the way you might think.

U of L and Red Crow College to launch Niitsitapi Teacher Education Program next fall

The Faculty of Education at the University of Lethbridge, in partnership with Red Crow Community College, is pleased to offer the Niitsitapi Teacher Education Program

Navigation And Spatial Memory: New Brain Region Identified to Be Involved

Dsr. Dun Mao and Bruce McNaughton of the U of L identify a brain region that may assist with spatial memory and navigation

Potato bug not a concern for Alberta producers this year

U of L biogeography professor coordinates Canada's potato psyllid and zebra chip monitoring program. The good news is he's found no evidence of zebra chip.

Coaldale triple-jumper wins silver at Canada Summer Games

Aaron Hernandez, who currently attends the University of Lethbridge, brought home silver in the male triple jump competition

View Royal councillor Heidi Rast resigns

Alumna Heidi Rast ecently resigned as city councillor to take a job as a quality validation associate for a private company in Charlottetown, PEI

German traveller grateful for local hospitality

U of L students help German traveller find links to ancestry

Present and past unite

U of L Faculty of Education professor Dr. Richard Butt is featured for his involvement in the local rugby scene

Flip Fest, Lethbridge’s First Femme and Gender-Non-Conforming Music and Arts Festival

The University of Lethbridge Caribbean Association will host a brunch as part of the Flip Fest event

Indigenous Japanese art to be on display

The University of Lethbridge partnership with Sapporo University in Hokkaido leads to local event

Following Canada Summer Games, Airdrie Aces alumnus preps for post-secondary

Airdrie track athlete Andreas Troschke will join the Horns track team in the fall

When You Travel Around the World Studying Sex

Dr. Paul Vasey talks about his research into discovering the evolutionary reasons why genes associated with being gay don't go extinct

A taste of the big leagues

Fine arts alumna Fiona Chisholm has now had two chances to play the French horn in the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, one of the top professional orchestras in the world

No lazy summer for this student

16-year-old Vanessa Boone is among seven southern Alberta high school students in the midst of six weeks of hands-on research work at the University of Lethbridge as part of the Heritage Youth Researcher Summer (HYRS) program

Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors coming to the Empress Theatre in Fort Macleod

The U of L's Fine Arts department is well represented by Ron Chambers and theatre students and grads in the upcoming production of Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors. The play that places the action in a southern Alberta cowboy town.

Gill memorial event nears fundraising goal

The John Gill Memorial Golf Tournament on Sept. 1 will wrap up a 10-year mission to establish an endowed scholarship

University of Lethbridge marks 50-year anniversary celebrating success and growth

The U of L is commemorating 50 years since its founding, marking the anniversary with a series of special events, artistic tributes and academic accolades, some from professors who have taught there since the 1967 opening.

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