U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Davis honoured with scholarship

The Faculty of Management Scholarship Dinner honours local businessman John Davis

'I don't envy the jury'

The Fiction at Fifty playwriting competition receives an impressive volume of entries

Baylor Scientists Aim to Design Safer Chemicals for Humans and Environment with Multimillion Dollar Grant

Fulbright Canada Visiting Research Chair, Dr. Bryan Brooks, receives funding for major grant

Youth volunteers recognized

Volunteer leaders from the U of L and southern Alberta community are honoured during National Volunteer Week

Recruiting is looking up for Horns

The Horns women's basketball team adds some height to the post position with its latest recruit

Expect more Mexican students in city

The University of Lethbridge has reached an agreement with Mexico’s national council of science and technology that will see fully-funded Mexican graduate students study at its campus

Our Town explores daily life

The University of Lethbridge mentors Chinook High School as it produces the dramatic classic Our Town

Alberta institutions increase number of seats for learners

Provincial government funding allows the U of L to increase capacity for students in targeted areas

Grand Rapids Griffins assistant takes job as head coach at University of Lethbridge

The Pronghorns men's hockey program announces that Spiros Anastas will be the team's new head coach

CRPS partners with BVC on pilot program

The University of Lethbridge's participation in transferring up programs is highlighted as a new pilot dual-credit program is announced

University of Lethbridge to Receive $1.5-Million in New Provincial Funding

New funding from the Government of Alberta allows the U of L to add spaces in three targeted areas

Grad dress sales support George Lane Park

The University of Lethbridge sorority group Delta Eta Iota's support of the grad dress program in High River continues to make an impact

No link found on climate change, Bow River floods

Graduate students from the University of Lethbridge have found historical gaps in reporting past flood events, making it hard to equate climate change with the intensity of recent events

John Barlow says journalistic experience helped win Macleod riding

Dr. Harold Jansen, U of L professor of political science, comments on the history of journalists moving into politics

Land gift to University of Lethbridge leaves a legacy

Valerie Wilson's gift of land to the U of L will benefit the institution for years to come

Inductee ceremony for new teachers

Alumna Tamara Hatch, Faculty of Education, is introduced as a new teacher in Whitecourt, Alta.

Airdrie graduate receives scholarship from ADAS

Former Airdrie resident and current U of L mathematics student, Erin Hunter, receives a $1,000 scholarship from the Airdrie and District Agricultural Society

Why food is everyone's business

Alumna Lydia Ryall, a BC Agriculture Council award winner, is profiled as an example of the new generation of well educated farmers

Minister is a 'Roque' star

Students at the University of Lethbridge call him Father Roque Star, so even though he’s only been on the job since August, he’s already made an impression

Nothing weird about science

The University furthers science outreach initiatives by hosting the Lethbridge Regional Science Fair

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