U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Shawna Cunningham appointed director, Indigenous Strategy

U of L alumnus earns new post at University of Calgary

9 Parenting Hacks and Habits NOT to Feel Guilty About

Rough-and-tumble play in kids ages 4 to 11 can strengthen neural networks in the brain that control memory, attention, and impulse control, and also improve social skills, says Sergio Pellis

Niitsitapi program will return next fall for students

The Niitsitapi Teacher Education Program will officially be offered in September of 2018 to all First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students or interested non-Indigenous students wanting to work with Blackfoot children and youth

Finalists for the 2017 Premier's Awards for Excellence in the Arts

Alumnus Nicolas de Cosson is nominated for an award in the Emerging Artist category

Blackfoot students get financial boost from Canmore couple

A Canmore couple wants to encourage Blackfoot students to pursue their education, and is helping them to do it thanks to a new scholarship with the University of Lethbridge

University marks passing of founding father

Faculty, staff and members of the community are mourning the passing of one of the University of Lethbridge’s staunchest supporters, Dr. Van E. Christou

U of L Open House today

The University of Lethbridge is opening its doors to prospective students today for Open House 2017

Research can help combat homophobia — if LGBT activists don't shut it down

Dr. Paul Vasey says the more people think homosexuality is biological the more tolerant they are

University of Lethbridge students share details of experiencing Mexican earthquake

Two University of Lethbridge students who were researching human sexuality in the Mexican city of Juchitán when an earthquake struck are now speaking out about what they saw

Changes due to global warming underway

Kent Peacock, a philosophy professor at the University of Lethbridge, said some climate changes are clearly underway

U of L student trying to rejoin family in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico

Francisco Gomez was not only caught in one of the earthquakes that struck Mexico earlier in September, but is now trying to get to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico to help and be with his family

Former Pronghorns track star shares his battle with depression

Peter Millman discusses mental health issues and his personal battle with anxiety and depression

U of L staging landmark play’Ubu Roi’

The University of Lethbridge's Mainstage season opening play is both absurd and timely

Scholarships to honour Blackfoot advocates

The Blackfoot cultural preservation efforts of four southern Alberta men will live on with a new generation of leaders, thanks to a new University of Lethbridge scholarship program

Why an Alberta college is flying the Blackfoot Confederacy flag

University of Lethbridge to soon join Lethbridge College in flying the Blackfoot Confederacy flag

Epileptic seizure event leads professor down new path of discovery

The U of L's Dr. Artur Luczak discovers new knowledge on what happens in the brain during a seizure event

Blackfoot child rearing part of cultural exhibit at Casa

A multi-phased research project and exhibit at Casa invites visitors to learn more about Blackfoot culture

Historic investment fosters construction boom in Lethbridge

The U of L Destination Project is among the major projects being undertaken in Lethbridge

How Much Exercise Do We Really Need?

A study at the University of Lethbridge showed that women dropped 8 per cent of their body fat and shrunk their waists by 3.5 percent in six weeks doing sprintervals three times a week

University of Lethbridge students share details of experiencing Mexican earthquake

Lanna Petterson and Francisco Gomez, two U of L graduate students, talk about their experiences being in the earthquake that struck Mexico on Sept. 7.