U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Digging up the past: Albertans invited to take part in archaeological survey of Fort Macleod townsite

Rachel Lindemann (BA '05), owner of Atlatl Archaeology, is working on a project at the original Fort Macleod townsite. What she's found so far provide a glimpse into life in southern Alberta from 1874 to around 1884.

Celebrating Japanese-Canadians

Shannon Phillips, NDP MLA for Lethbridge West, speaks about the Nikkei Memory Capture Project, a joint study between the U of L and Plymouth University

University of Lethbridge student studies gay men's evolutionary role

Francisco Gomez Jimenez, a grad student studying with Dr. Paul Vasey, talks about his research that examines the role of gay men in family life from an evolutionary perspective.

Can the UCP win in Lethbridge? U of L prof weighs in

Dr. Trevor Harrison says he expected the Alberta PC and Wildrose parties to successfully merge, but what he’s not expecting is a guaranteed win for the new UCP

Truro's Millman to compete on world stage

Peter Millman (shot put), and fellow Pronghorn Sandra Latrace (long jump), will be competing in the Summer Universiade Games Aug. 19 to 30 in Taipei City

8 iconic Canadian university buildings

The Arthur Erickson-designed University Hall makes the list

Merger just first step

Dr. Geoffrey Hale comments on the new United Conservative Party and its political future

Hosting the arts

The Coutts Centre was once again the host to the Coutts Centre Arts Festival which was put on by members of the University of Lethbridge

Outreach assistants help share OWC’s message

University of Lethbridge student Francisco Samayoa is among a group of students hired as Oldman Watershed Council outreach assistants

Two Horns named to Canadian U20 squad

Horns women's rugby players Sydney De La Mare and Abigail Duguid have been named to the Canadian U20 team for the Can-Am series versus United States in Ottawa

Biochar could be a game changer

A multi-pronged research project based in Alberta aims to assess whether feeding biochar in backgrounding and finishing rations could be a way to reduce methane emissions

Festival of art, music, drama set for Coutts Centre

The Coutts Centre for Western Canadian Heritage – near Nanton – will be the setting for festival of art, music and drama on Sunday

Opinion: Alberta should hold inquiry into oilsands subsidies

Dr. Jim Byrne co-authors an editorial questioning oilsands subsidies over the years

Anchor Varsity explores digital humanities

Dr. Dan O'Donnell travels to Anchor University, Lagos (AUL) as they are set to expand their curriculum, partnering with Canada on Digital Humanities

Sedentary time in older adults: a critical review of measurement, associations with health, and interventions

The U of L's Dr. Jennifer Copeland co-authors study looking at sedentary time (ST) as an important risk factor for a variety of health outcomes in older adults

Local track athletes bound for China

Pronghorn track athletes Peter Millman and Sandra Latrace have been selected to represent Canada at the 2017 Summer Universiade, Aug. 19-30 in Taipei City, Chinese Taipei

Horns emotionally turn to the past

Pronghorns women's rugby turns to Neil Langevin and Ashley Steacy to lead the program in the wake of Ric Suggitt's death

Tanager Energy Announces Appointment of New CFO

U of L management alumnus Steven Vucurevich, currently the Vice-President, Finance, has replaced Jonathan Badger as Chief Financial Officer of Tanager

Alberta on the world stage

A look at Dr. Mary Dyck's project that helped a Nigerian man by supplying two prosthetic arms

AskHistorians Podcast 090 – La Peste! The Great Plague of Marseille

Professor Cindy Ermus, Assistant Professor of History at the University of Lethbridge, explains the Plague of Marseille in terms of the (relatively) new field of Disaster History