U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Pink Shirt Day spreads anti-bullying message

U of L Education student Logan Vanderham, a student teacher at Innisfail Middle School, is working on a website project about bullying behaviour

Locals inducted to Alberta Sports Hall of Fame

Dr. Gary Bowie, a founding faculty member of the U of L, is inducted as part of the Broder Chinook men's basketball teams

Ukrainian Canadians enduring sleepless nights while tensions mount back home

U of L political scientist, Dr. Geoffrey Hale, discusses the ongoing Ukraine situation and how it may play out over the next few months

Parks and relaxation

University of Lethbridge master’s student Daniella San Martin-Feeney is investigating the link between mental well-being and spending time outdoors

Partnership leads to scientific discovery

Biochemistry researchers at the University of Lethbridge were part of a research group whose protein function discovery could one day propel the development of new antibiotics

Playwrights have an opportunity

Aspiring and accomplished playwrights are invited to enter a competition for a full-length play to celebrate the University of Lethbridge’s upcoming 50th birthday

Plans in place for Native Awareness Week at U of L

The Native American Students Association at the University of Lethbridge has planned a full slate of activities for Native Awareness Week

University of Lethbridge professor using astronomy for cancer detection

Rather than looking into the depths of outer space, astrophysicist David Naylor is turning his telescope around to focus on cancer cells here on Earth

Sweet new signing for Pronghorns

The Pronghorns women's basketball program brings in a pair of recruits

U of L Destination Project site selected

The Board of Governors approves the site for the proposed academic and science building

Danhue Lawrence: One man’s journey from trouble to leadership

A look at the troubled upbringing of former Pronghorns basketball player and U of L alumnus Danhue Lawrence

Feral horse capture kicks up controversy

Dr. Claudia Notzke has studied wild horses around the world and says Alberta's are being blamed for far too much environmental damage

Eating disorders crossing gender lines

Dawn McBride, a registered psychologist and University of Lethbridge professor says eating disorders are on the rise and both boys and girls show early on they are conscious of their body size

N.S. athletes shine at Canada West meet

A pair of Pronghorn track and field athletes earn medals and accolades at the Canada West Track Championships

Midlands Voices: Gambling bills come with huge costs

A University of Lethbridge research study is cited as the state of Nebraska debates the introduction of casino gambling

Game Changer: Daring deeds of kindness

International Management student Greg Goodwin changes the Neknomination game into something positive for his community

How this architect combated urban sprawl

A look at the architecture of University of Lethbridge designer Arthur Erickson

U of L official named Flood Hero

Erin Crane of Conference and Event Services is honoured as an Alberta Flood Hero for her role in leading the U of L's response to the summer flood

Architecting the connected world

University of Lethbridge psychology professor Dr. Louise Barrett's research is featured

Punctuate! Theatre knows their stuff . . . period

University of Lethbridge playwright and professor Ron Chambers presents the political commentary, DIRT

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