U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Pronghorns honour Debby Steacy

When Pronghorn Athletics wanted to honour Debby Steacy’s contributions to the school, naming a scholarship after her was a no-brainer

Hernandez wins gold at junior track and field

Pronghorn athlete Aaron Hernandez, from Coaldale, jumps to gold at the Canadian Outdoor Junior Track and Field National Championships

Leung appointed to new chair at university

Dr. Brenda Leung has been appointed to the University’s Faculty of Health Sciences Emmy Droog Chair in Complementary and Alternative Health Care

Stay smart: 3 ways to academically engage your kids this summer

Dr. Bryan Kolb of the U of L's CCBN counsels parents to keep their kids reading all summer long

Music giving strength to flood-impacted citizens

U of L Fine Arts student Bailey Smith-Orton is one of the event organizers for the Sounds of Strength benefit concert that raises money for the High River Food Bank

Meet the artists

Alumna Brenna Miller discusses her chair art that will be auctioned off at the Ravenswood AIRdirondack Gala, September 20

Careers not all about finances

Counselling Services Manager Mark Slomp working with young people at critical stages in their lives

Coutts' life celebrated at family homestead

A look at the Celebration of Life event for U of L donor Jim Coutts

Book drive aids schools in Philippines

Started by Glenda Bonifacio, associate professor, Department of Women and Gender Studies at the University of Lethbridge, the drive is a way to help her native homeland

Hatter a great musician, exuberant and sincere

Alumnus Derek Hintz is profiled in advance of his weekend show in Medicine Hat

Mexican students experience Canadian culture in Lethbridge

Mexican female indigenous students are studying for one month at the University of Lethbridge

Researcher lands $1.7-million grant

Alberta Innovates – Health Solutions (AIHS) invests in Dr. Cheryl Currie, as she works in partnership with Aboriginal communities to improve related health policies, practices and programs

Jim Coutts was the most powerful Liberal you’ve never heard of

University of Lethbridge donor, the late Jim Coutts, is profiled as one of the country's most influential politicians in history

New survey shows Canadians continue to believe in God but many are indifferent toward organized religion

Sociologist, Dr. Reg Bibby, discusses emerging trends in religious attitudes in Canada

Theatre program embraces tradition

The Centre for Indigenous Theatre kicked off a three-week intensive introduction to performing arts at the University of Lethbridge

Carstairs native named Miss Rodeo Airdrie 2014

Carstairs native Terra Chalack a third-year U of L sociology student, was named 2014 Miss Rodeo Airdrie

Multimillion-dollar gift for ag-business program

Cor Van Raay donates $5 million to establish an agribusiness program at the University of Lethbridge and Lethbridge College

U of L researcher's influence recognized

Alberta Venture’s list of the 50 Most Influential People for 2014 includes the U of L's Dr. Susan McDaniel

Eck wins sprint at Spring Meadow Triathlon; Spitler halts Walker’s streak of women’s victories

Former Horns men's basketball coach, Dave Adams, competes with his daughter, former Horns women's basketball player, Brittany, in Helena's 2014 Spring Meadow Triathlon

River scientist says 2013 flood had an upside for environment

Dr. Stewart Rood says that the flood of 2013 afforded many positives for aquatic ecosystems

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