U of L In The News

U of L In The News

U of L hosts soil scientist this week

Leading Canadian soil scientist Dr. Bill McGregor is one campus Feb. 3-7 as the inaugural Agri-Scientist in Residence

University finally cracks advertising to youth

The U of L's Out of This World contest video has gone viral and is lauded as a more effective way to appeal to students

University of Lethbridge launches new fluorine research centre

The Canadian Centre for Research in Advanced Fluorine Technologies (C-CRAFT) is launched by the University

Bullying vigil

Alumnus Manwar Khan holds a candlelight vigil in Calgary for victims of bullying and violence

International interest in Teacher Job Fair

School board representatives near and far annually come to the University's Teacher Job Fair to recruit the province's best young educators

Where have all the folkies gone?

U of L sociologist Dr. Trevor Harrison discusses the loss of folk music on our airwaves, saying the vast majority of radio channels today are corporate entities that play popular music

Journey back from 528 pounds

University of Lethbridge's Michael Warf details the dietary program that helped him drop more than 200 pounds

Super Bowl ads get more feminine

University of Lethbridge sociologist Dr. Reginald Bibby says the Super Bowl is one of the unique times when both sexes actually share a football experience

CFI supports advanced landscape monitoring at ULeth

An audio interview with the University of Lethbridge's Dr. Chris Hopkinson, (CAIP) Research Chair in Terrestrial Ecosystems Remote Sensing

Horns, Hansen a good match

A look at the happy marriage between new Horns men's basketball head coach Mike Hansen and the U of L program

Scene and Heard - Teacher Job Fair

Mark Campbell visits the University of Lethbridge and the annual Teacher Job Fair

Extremely rare foam formations create a buzz near Pincher Creek

University of Lethbridge researchers, led by Dr. Hester Jiskoot, solve the riddle of how 'foamcanos' erupted on Pincher Creek farmland

U of L researcher receives Oxford fellowship

Neuroscientist Dr. Rob McDonald is headed to Oxford University in March 2015, earning a prestigious appointment as a visiting fellow

Horns swim to two Canada West medals

The Pronghorns swim team puts in a strong performance at the Canada West championship meet

Doctor killed in BASE jump among elite group in rare sport

Dr. Jason Laurendeau (sociology) comments from his experience as a trained BASE jumper and his extensive research of the sport

Inspirational speaker

This year’s International Dinner at the University of Lethbridge features a speaker, Spencer West, who will definitely make an impression on audience members

Pinay on the Prairies

Dr. Glenda Bonifacio officially launches her book at en event at the Penny Building

Rosenfarb Bergen-Belsen Diary, 1945

Excerpts from a diary written by Chava Rosenfarb while in the Bergen-Belsen Displaced Persons camp are translated by Dr. Goldie Morgentaler

Fight over public servants' benefits is more about dollars than sense

Dr. Richard Mueller has studied the wage gap and says the government adopted compensation policies over the years in an attempt to be a model employer

Eagle River Casino seeks bankruptcy protection

Dr. Yale Belanger says the Eagle River Casino has never produced the revenue or jobs that were projected, but he thinks the casino will survive