U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Guelph professor, London publisher win GG awards

Former u of L professor and author Thomas King was awarded the Governor General’s Literary Award for English language fiction for The Back of the Turtle by the Canada Council for the Arts

Sauce for the Goose opens Tuesday

The University of Lethbridge Main Theatre presents its latest production “Sauce for the Goose” by Georges Feydeau

U of L's iGEM team strikes gold

A gold medal win in Boston for the iGEM team as they continue to push the boundaries of synthetic biology

Operation Red Nose ready to hit the road

The annual Pronghorn Athletics community service/fundraiser gears up for another holiday season

Southern Alberta archers say “ Arrivederci ” to Canada

The U of L's Vicky Bennett (Registrar's Office) is one of five Lethbridge-area archers headed to the World 3D Archery Competition in Italy

University institute offers help for small business challenges

The Small Business Institute, created by Gordon Hunter, Dan Kazakoff, and Steve Craig of the U of L's Faculty of Management, connects small business owners with experts who can help solve management issues.

U of L forms partnership with U.S. college

Students at the University of Lethbridge and Flathead Valley Community College in Kalispell, Mt. can now benefit from an exchange program to complete transferable credits toward degrees

Taking the plunge for charity

The 10th annual Chillin’ 4 Charity, sponsored by Young Parkyn McNab (YPM), took place at Galt Gardens with over 70 participants raising money for the United Way

Prentice ‘hopeful’ on Keystone pipeline

Geoffrey Hale, a U of L political scientist, says the likelihood of the Keystone XL pipeline being approved depends on the willingness of the White House and the Republicans to find common ground.

Chillin’ 4 Charity looks to surpass $100,000 for United Way

University of Lethbridge’s JDC West team presents the 10th annual Chillin’ 4 Charity Friday at Galt Gardens

New West Theatre names new general manager

Jeff Newman (BSc '12) joins New West Theatre as general manager and officially assumes his new role in February.

New West Theatre names new general manager

U of L alumnus Jeff Newman is named the new general manager of New West Theatre

Lethbridge recognized as ‘Best Community for incubating IT’

The U of L's significant contributions to the IT culture in Lethbridge helps net provincial recognition

Fish just wanna have fun

U of L neuroscientist Dr. Sergio Pellis comments on play in the animal kingdom

Mental Leaps Cued by Memory’s Ripples

U of L neuroscientist Dr. Bruce McNaughton contributes to the body of study on how mental processes that organize memories may also coordinate how we make decisions

Stuart Chambers: Why Canada's attitudes on dying have changed

Philosophy professor Dr. Michael Stingl discusses the dying with dignity debate

‘Muslim-American terrorists are not a large threat’ – Indiana University professor discusses issue in Lethbridge

Visiting lecturer Edward Curtis discusses Islamism, extremism and domestic terrorism

Cartoonist exhibit set to open

The University of Lethbridge Art Gallery is presenting DOMINION, by Seth from Friday, Nov. 7 through to Jan. 15, 2015

FVCC announces new study abroad program in Canada

New study abroad program announced between the U of L and Flathead Valley Community College.

Rapa Nui could happen to us

Philosophy professor Kent Peacock recently travelled to Rapa Nui, or Easter Island, sharing pictures and recounting history and lessons learned

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