U of L In The News

U of L In The News

More honours for U of L iGEM team

The University's iGEM team returns from the 2013 World Championship Jamboree with two more awards in tow

Humanitarian club collects minivan full of food

University of Lethbridge student teacher Trista St. Martin helps create a Humanitarian Club at Percy Baxter School, as a way to teach children how to make a difference in their communities

Destination Project plans unveiled

A look at the public presentations on the initial planning of the Destination Project, a development that will shape the future of the U of L for the foreseeable future

Airdrie Public Library to host landscape artist's work

Alumna Deb Klics debuts a collection of her works at an exhibition entitled Landscapes & Gardens

Giving back

Executive in Residence Anil Pereira returns to the U of L campus with the next generation of students as his sole focus

Folly to reject needle for kids

A Saskatoon StarPhoenix editorial discusses the measles outbreak, parents ignoring calls for inoculations and research from U of L nurse educator Shannon Vandenberg

Pereira named to university position

A look at the appointment of Anil Pereira as the Faculty of Management's first Executive in Residence as he comes to campus for the week, Nov. 4-8

U of L team advances to world programming event in Russia

The team of Farshad Barahimi, Darcy Best and Chris Martin, along with Howard Cheng, associate professor of mathematics and computer science, are off to Russia in the spring

Life Balance Fair helps students reduce stress

A look at the University's annual fair designed to bring balance to the lives of our faculty, staff and students

Smartphones a future nurse's best friend?

A University of Lethbridge study is looking at whether using a mobile software app to look up clinical information helps nursing students think faster and make better decisions

Learning disabilities in young children actually could be vision problem

Dr. Noella Piquette studies how children’s vision problems may be mistaken for learning disabilities in the classroom, and how early intervention is critical

Lethbridge-area measles outbreak growing

U of L nurse educator Shannon Vandenberg discusses why immunization rates in many communities around Lethbridge remain low

Theatrical thriller

A look at the second TheatreXtra offering of the season, In The Small Room at the Top of the Stairs

Third Street hits the right notes with Elizabethan era All About Eve

A look at Faculty of Fine Arts professor Jay Whitehead's play Unsex'd, currently playing in Calgary through Nov. 2

For the record

Ten-time Grammy winner Jim Anderson tutored students in the University of Lethbridge’s own recording studio, helping them learn the importance of a well-trained ear

Alberta hopes to have environmental monitoring panel running by 2014

Former U of L President Dr. Howard Tennant will lead the new arms-length agency tasked to oversee environmental monitoring across the province

U of L researcher wins award for poppy research

Dr. Igor Kovalchuk is honoured with a 2013 ASTech Award for his work that may spur the growth of medicinal poppy crops in southern Alberta

U of L Spooky Science Nights

CTV News takes a look at the Second Annual Spooky Science Nights activity as the U of L introduces elementary students to the science behind Halloween

Teens step up to science challenge

The Edacity Xtreme Challenge returned to the University of Lethbridge for a second year, seeking to showcase careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to rural high school students in grades 9-12

Raymond was centre of Buddhism movement in Canada

Religious Studies professor Dr. John Harding discusses how the community was important and influential for the development and growth of Buddhism in Canada

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