U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Celebrating families

The annual Play Day celebration at the University of Lethbridge brings the southern Alberta community to campus on Family Day

Plant diseases to look for in 2014

The U of L's Dr. Dan Johnson warns about the imminent arrival of the potato psyllid, which could have a dramatic impact on the potato industry

The evolutionary puzzle of homosexuality

Dr. Paul Vasey discusses the evolutionary paradox of how male homosexuality can persist if the individuals that carry the genes associated with that trait are not reproducing

U of L seeks to be Canada's destination university

The U of L garners attention after launching its 2014-19 Strategic Plan

Agreement offers more support for geospatial industry

Southern Alberta’s geospatial industry gets a boost with the announcement of a new agreement between TECTERRA and Economic Development Lethbridge

They score

The Pronghorns women's hockey team's Pink in the Rink fundraiser, held nearly four months ago, realizes results

Triple Threat Academy, an opportunity to be seized

Alumna Nola Antony and her Triple Threat Academy group present opportunities for young people to get to experience singing, acting and dancing

Lethbridge University: The Spaceship-like Prairie School Comes of Age

Architectural Review revisits Erickson's University Hall, how it has evolved and what's next, given the new Campus Master Plan

West proof nothing is impossible

A look at Spencer West's story, the guest speaker at the University's annual International Dinner

First Nations Education Act long overdue

The Faculty of Education's Carmen Mombourquette discusses added educational support for First Nations students

Federal budget misses mark on the biggest issue facing young workers

Dr. Susan McDaniel of the U of L's Prentice Institute says the big picture problem facing young workers today isn’t as much unemployment as underemployment

Canadian museums take part in project to track down Nazi-looted paintings

Six Canadian art museums, including the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery, are participating in a project that’s expected to help them determine if they have any Nazi-looted paintings in their permanent collections

Canadian dollar dips as U.S. economy rebounds

University of Lethbridge economist Donna Townley says the declining Canadian dollar will not dissuade Albertans from traveling to and spending in Montana

More people needed for careers in agriculture

The University's inaugural Agri-Scientist in Residence discusses the declining numbers of people pursuing agriculture as a career

Steel pan ensemble brings groove to High River

A 2008 visit from the University's Global Drums group inspired Notre Dame Collegiate to initiate its own percussion program

Digital wizards work their magic

New media students at the University of Lethbridge were rapt Thursday after workshops and lectures from animators and designers who work at Weta

Millman, Gallagher continue hot start to indoor throwing season

Pronghorn throwers Peter Millman and Kayla Gallagher are having a fine start to the Canada West track season

Langevin leaves program

Pronghorns women's rugby head coach Neil Langevin, after a year away from the program, makes it official and steps away for good

Study looks at dance as therapy for Parkinson's patients

A combined effort by the University of Lethbridge, University of Calgary and Parkinson Alberta aims to improve patients’ motor skills and spark a lust for life

Cheryl Croucher with Dr. Locke Spencer

Innovation Anthology's Cheryl Croucher speaks with Dr. Locke Spencer and his work in building an interferometer for space

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