U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Maluwa honoured by U of L's Faculty of Health Sciences

Aaron Maluwa, the director of Education Services with Museums of Malawi, earned the Friends of Health Sciences Award

The Art Canada Institute Releases Free Expert-Authored Online Art Books to Offer a 21st-Century Take on Canadian Art History

Fine Arts professor Leslie Dawn's online art book is one of six that will be released to celebrate the launch of the Art Canada Institute

Strategic Oil & Gas Ltd. Announces Executive Changes

U of L alumnus Michael A. Zuk has joined Strategic Oil & Gas Ltd. as Vice-President, Business Development

Researcher finds relatiionship between tribal and business ethics

The University's Dr. Leroy Little Bear and Amethyst Beverly First Rider will make presentations at the third annual Quantum Storytelling Conference, Dec. 15 to 17 in Las Cruces, New Mexico

Post-secondary students take concerns to Ottawa

Shuna Talbot, University of Lethbridge Students’ Union president, was among the more than 60 students from the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations who went to Ottawa to voice student concerns

Nord-Bridge health fair beneficial to seniors, students

Faculty of Health Sciences nursing students complete their community health nursing course by staging a health fair

Survival of the Fabulous

The U of L's Dr. Paul Vasey is featured in this Nature of Things episode where gay filmmaker Bryce Sage sets out to explore whether gay men are actually born this way, and if so, how could homosexuality evolve and survive?

Groups honoured for helping homeless

The University of Lethbridge and Dr. Yale Belanger are recognized for their community-minded approach to helping the homeless

Grey Cup fever likely to affect one in three Canadians

A new survey from Dr. Reg Bibby finds that one in three Canadians is a close follower of professional football, placing the sport behind hockey but well ahead of pro baseball, soccer and basketball in terms of dedicated fans

Crowson gets Wall of Fame honour

Alumna Belinda Crowson, the education and public program coordinator for the Galt Museum and Archives in Lethbridge, is being inducted to the Vauxhall High School Wall of Fame

Science blogging discussion marks the launch of Science Borealis

The University's Dr. Sarah Boon is a featured speaker for Science Borealis, a blogging network intended to grow Canada's science communication community

Unique art exhibit opens at U of L

Digital art submitted for the Prized Pixels New Media Arts competition is on display in the U of L's Penny Building

Lethbridge campus makes handbook on First Nations' protocol

A tradition of incorporating First Nations' culture into University of Lethbridge events is formalized

What's better than a book? the real deal

Instead of checking out a book on Brazil or Belize the Living Library project at the University of Lethbridge Tuesday gave students the chance to borrow a person

Getting the lead out for MacBeth

Alumnus Cliff Kelly serves as fight choreographer at Theatre Prospero, a company that incorporates students into professional classical and poetry-based plays, including Macbeth, now playing at Edmonton's La Cité Francophone

U of L's gift to community

Operation Red Nose begins its 19th year of serving the community, raising money for Horns Athletics and helping keep the roads safe through the holiday season

Week-long sale to aid family in Philippines

U of L faculty member Dr. Glenda Bonifacio, who was born in the Philippines, is running a week-long garage sale to benefit family members who face relocation as a result of the recent super-typhoon

Volunteers key to success of U of L's Operation Red Nose

The 19th season of Operation Red Nose is ready to kick off, and the program is looking for volunteers to help keep our community safe through the holiday season

Typhoon hits home for U of L professor

Dr. Glenda Bonifacio, a native of the Philippines, discusses the devastation of Typhoon Haiyan and the difficulties the country's residents face in trying to recover from the disaster

U of L swimmer receives Diamond Jubilee Medal

Pronghorn swimmer Zack McAllister is honoured for his participation in the Paralympic Games in London