U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Anne and Gilbert catches up with old friends

Taking a look at the Medicine Hat High School production of Anne and Gilbert the Musical, and the contribution of U of L Faculty of Education student-teacher Hannah Rud

Dr. David Naylor, 2013 Outstanding Leadership in Alberta Science, Honouree

Story and video featuring Dr. David Naylor, and his role in helping the U of L become an international leader in building instrumentation that provides the tools to better understand our universe

Cuttlefish remember what, where and when they ate

The U of L's Dr. Jennifer Mather (psychology) discusses cephalopod smarts and the tremendous flexibility and cognitive capacity of these very interesting animals

$200 million for new science facilities at University of Lethbridge

The news of the Destination Project development going forward resonates in a number of sectors

$256-million day

The University of Lethbridge receives A $200-million investment from the Government of Alberta for the development of the Destination Project

U.S. water expert excited to join U of L

Dr. Bryan Brooks, the University's Fulbright Canada Visiting Research Chair, gives his first presentation to a University of Lethbridge audience

Making a difference

University of Lethbridge nursing students heading to Malawi next spring are trying to make a difference in a country where one $10 mosquito net can help save a small family

Not your average Joe

University of Lethbridge Tim Horton's employee Joe McCarty is surprised with a thank you and gift from U of L students who appreciate his contributions to the University community

Local music teachers under the radar

A columnist espouses the virtues of local music teachers in Portage La Prairie, including U of L Faculty of Education alumnus James Reynolds

UBC's Dube, Lethbridge's Brine honoured

Pronghorns men's basketball forward Brandon Brine is recognized as the CIS Male Athlete of the Week

University of Lethbridge features their own

The University of Lethbridge presents an excellent video of three of their own professors' recent book releases, including Five Rivers' John Poulsen

Rogers win or lose?

Looking at the massive Rogers Communication deal with the NHL in the context of Dr. Reg Bibby's findings that teenagers’ interest in the NHL has dropped from 45 to 35 per cent in the past two decades

An NFL team in Canada can co-exist with the CFL. Here's how

U of L sociologist Dr. Reg Bibby's research reveals that Canadians love football and would welcome the NFL, but only if the CFL survives

Energizing our lives, our community

Nursing students from the University of Lethbridge organize a children's program in Cardston as part of the town's Community Awareness Evening

Are today's young people speaking a foreign language?

U of L linguist Nicole Rosen says today's youth aren’t often speaking the Queen’s English but it’s unrealistic to expect they will

Come on in, the water's fine

The annual JDC West Chillin' 4 Charity fundraising event for the United Way was a big success as Faculty of Management students took the festivities to Galt Gardens

Choir conductor awarded

Alumna Linda Burwell, conductor of Cardston Elementary School’s Choirs, has been awarded the Alberta Choral Federation Con Spirito Award

Thrown right into the mix

U of L education student Shannon Booth is completing her practicum at Cochrane's Bow Valley High School, and she has made a significant contribution to school life while there

History in the making

The University launches the Centre for Oral History and Tradition, capturing the region's present for generations to come

Yukon's hockey prowess knows no bounds

A wrap-up of Whitehorse hockey products who are playing outside of the Yukon includes Pronghorns women's player Angela Burke