U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Christou Citizen of the Year

Dr. Van Christou, this year’s Lethbridge Citizen of the Year, has dedicated himself to the Lethbridge community

Meet the Imagine Cup 2014 World Finals Teams!

The University of Lethbridge claVision team is one of 11 teams to qualify for the World Finals Innovation category of the Microsoft Imagine Cup

Career was Simonized

In tune with Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel, U of L family physician, Dr. Arlene Oishi, is a Bridge Over Troubled Water for those with mental health issues

Program breaks down barriers

The Lethbridge Soccer Association, and University of Lethbridge instructor Mary Dyck, have brought soccer to Lethbridge kids with developmental disabilities

Special Olympics adds four programs

Horns women's basketball coach Erin McAleenan helps run basketball trials for Special Olympics athletes

U of L aspires to reach out more

The inaugural Exploration Expo event also launches ASPIRE, expanding the University's outreach initiatives

A look at Florida Panthers coaching candidate Bill Peters

Former U of L Pronghorns men's hockey coach Bill Peters is eyed as a possible head coach for the Florida Panthers

Eyes on the science prize

Recent PhD graduate Dr. Jennifer Kellie, a School of Graduate Studies Medal of Merit winner, is profiled by her hometown newspaper

A quick burst is better

Kinesiology professor, Dr. Tom Hazell, and his students explore interval training and its benefits

Parksville man honoured with Order of B.C.

Former University of Lethbridge professor, Dr. Roger H. Barnsley, receives the province of B.C.'s most prestigious accolade

Pellis awarded U of L's Ingrid Speaker Medal

This year’s winner of the University of Lethbridge’s Ingrid Speaker Medal for Distinguished Research, Scholarship, or Performance is Dr. Sergio Pellis

Pesticide research cuts ignore human health issues: biologist

Dr. Alice Hontela, U of L biology professor who studies pesticide effects on the environment, is concerned that research funding tends to focus more on technology and economics than on the environment

Hamagami is music to Cats' ears

U of L alumna Marnie Hamagami, takes over as the Prince George Cougars director of sales and marketing

U of L student strikes gold with 4.0 GPA

U of L finance student Aleigha Hopkins achieves a perfect 4.0 grade point average

Rossiter receives U of L Volunteer Award

A passion for volunteerism has led Dory Rossiter to continually strive to make a difference in her community

Citizen of Year finalists selected

Dr. Van Christou, a member of the University of Lethbridge’s founding board of governors, is among the five nominees

Canadian academics lament fading influence

University of Lethbridge professor, Dr. Peter McCormick, discusses the place of academics in today's political landscape

Musicians take up residence in southwest Canada

The SoWeCa Music Festival is garnering big attention and it has many University of Lethbridge connections

Distinguished from the crowd

U of L grads, John Stimson and Devany Service, two of nearly 1,500 graduates this week distinguish themselves as two of the medal winners for 2014

How a B.C. native band went from poverty to prosperity

The story of former U of L student, Chief Clarence Louie, and the prosperity of the Osoyoos Indian Band

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