U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Spooky Science event geared toward kids

The fourth annual Spooky Science Weekend allows community kids to have some wicked fun with science

Western women fall to Lethbridge

The Pronghorns women;s basketball team secures a pre-season non-conference victory in Dillon, Montana

U of L grads embrace the future

Fall 2014 Convocation features a host of outstanding graduates from the University of Lethbridge

Big day for grads

The University of Lethbridge readies for its Fall 2014 Convocation

Should city have a poet laureate

The concept of a poet laureate is pitched to the City of Lethbridge by dean of Fine Arts, Edward Jurkowski

Family support professionals to enhance learning about early childhood brain development

Dr. Robbin Gibb of the University of Lethbridge to provide workshop attendees with understanding and resources about how children’s earliest experiences impact their brain development

University to offer Master of Nursing program

Recognizing an increased need for registered nurses at the graduate level, the Faculty of Health Sciences is introducing a Master of Nursing program

Love of land, livestock lures kids back

A U of L economics student and his family are profiled as an example of a modern farm family

Catholic Church continue to flourish

University of Lethbridge sociologist Reg Bibby discusses the continuing strength in numbers of the Catholic Church

CAPL Project

Seven sites across Canada, including the University of Lethbridge, are taking part in the Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy study

Chestermere High School students create cutting edge music with U of L

U of L's D. Andrew Stewart, digital audio arts professor, demonstrated his musical invention, the t-stick, for students at Chestermere High.

Renowned neuroscientist discusses motivation, addiction

U of L alumnus, Dr. Terry E. Robinson, returns to campus to present his research on drug addiction and addictive behaviours

'F Cancer' campaign comes to Lethbridge

U of L student Riley Miller joins forces with the University Bookstore to push a cancer fighting initiative

Yukoners ubiquitous on North American hockey teams

Whitehorse product Angela Burke has started her fifth and final season with the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns women's hockey team

Flip this classroom?

The new SCALE-UP classroom involves flipping the method of teaching from a traditional lecture to a student-engaged and active learning process

It happens more than people think

The education Undergraduate Society's anti-bullying conference hears the insights of police officers

Calgary artist Renata Liwska a finalist for Governor General Literary Award

Novelist Thomas King, who taught Native studies at the U of L in the 1980s, is a finalist in the Fiction category of the Governor General Literary Award for his novel, The Back of the Turtle

Cyberbullying 101

University of Lethbridge students are able to gain more insight on cyberbullying during the seventh annual Education Undergraduate Society (EUS) anti-bullying conference

A crack and a whack at Stettler PAC

Alumna Kimberlee Stadelmann and the Accidental Humour Co. brought their latest creation to a Stettler crowd last week at the Performing Arts Centre

'Health coaching' the focus of program

U of L wellness initiative helps faculty and staff, all the while aids in educating future nurses

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