U of L In The News

U of L In The News

University adding inclusive washrooms

Ten single-user inclusive washrooms, designed to enhance accessibility, safety, and an inclusive learning and working environments for students, staff and faculty, are now located across the U of L campus

Courses help new teachers navigate ethics issues

The U of L's Dr. Nancy Grigg discusses educating new teachers on ethics issues

Nursing professor looking to manage students' mistakes

With National Nursing Week running May 12-18, University of Lethbridge nursing professor Mark Pijl Zieber is looking at ways to help students prepare for the real world

Visuals help explain master's thesis

A look at Christine Clark's master's presentation at the U of L's Penny Building, and how it explores climate change

How the octopus keeps its arms straight

Dr. Jennifer Mather's expertise is quoted in a study on how octopus arms never get tangled

Greeks try to remain philosophical

Dr. Trevor Harrison, political sociologist at the University of Lethbridge and director of Parkland Institute, is currently travelling in Greece and Turkey where he discusses European economics

Substandard facilities challenge First Nations officers

Native American Studies professor Yale Belanger speaks to the challenges facing First Nations police forces

NSU student selected for top Canadian Immigrant Award

Manwar Khan, a student of North South University and an alum of the University of Lethbridge has been selected as one of 75 finalists in the prestigious RBC Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards

Inspiring young minds

Taking a look at Operation Minerva, getting young girls interested in the sciences

Stantec Architecture and KPMB Architects selected for University of Lethbridge's Destination Project

The University's Destination Project is featured as the architectural team is announced

Discovering Poland

Dr. Goldie Morgentaler and her mother, the late Chava Rosenfarb, are discussed in relation to the author's personal journey

Study focuses on male depression

Nursing instructor Peter Kellett discusses men's depression and how it is often misdiagnosed or left untreated

Conundrum of labour/skills shortages

Director of the Prentice Institute, Dr. Susan McDaniel, discusses the debate over labour and skills shortages in Canada

Theo Tams is back with Beyond the Mountain

The former Coaldale resident, Canadian Idol winner and U of L music student is now a member of the acoustic pop/folk band Beyond the Mountain

Denise Calderwood joins University of Lethbridge Alumni Honour Society

Denise Calderwood is one of six distinguished alumni being inducted by the U of L's Alumni Honour Society

DHS students perform with global drums group

About 100 members of the Didsbury High School band program performed with the U of L's Global Drums group

Seven Steps for Instant Confidence

A University of Lethbridge research study is cited linking women's self esteem to the influence of gay men

The importance of play

The work of Dr. Sergio Pellis, professor of neuroscience at the University of Lethbridge, offers neurological support for play’s significance

Shirley McClellan: The Evolution of Women as Leaders in Agriculture

A profile of U of L Chancellor Shirley McClellan and her time as the Alberta agriculture minister

Palme looks forward to Cambodia trip

U of L student Aubrey Palme to participate in marine conservation, community development as well as clean-up, development and monitoring of the coral reefs in Cambodia