U of L In The News

U of L In The News

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

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

Horns swim to two Canada West medals

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

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

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

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

18 artists in 13 installations featured in new U of L exhibit

A new exhibit called “We Can’t Compete” at the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery showcases the work of 18 artists in 13 installations

Hillyer challenged

Alumnus and former Board of Governors member Doug McArthur announced Wednesday he’s challenging incumbent Jim Hillyer for the Conservative nomination

Native History: Major attacks wrong Indian village, doesn't care

A recount of the Baker Massacre in northern Montana as gleaned from an oral history recorded by the University of Lethbridge

Health officer absent from responsible gambling conference

The University's Dr. Claudia Steinke (Health Sciences) will discuss the psychological and behavioural impacts of casino design at The New Horizons in Responsible Gambling Conference in Vancouver

South Korean students getting a crash course on Canadian culture

A customized program designed by the University of Lethbridge’s International Centre for Students welcomes 15 students from Ajou University in South Korea

Millman delivers for Pronghorns track team

Second-year Pronghorn Peter Millman was a double-gold medalist in the throws events, leading a strong performance by the track team at the Golden Bear Invitational

Tom Keca: Leaving a legacy in minor hockey

When something involving minor hockey goes on in Fort McMurray, it’s a sure bet that former University of Lethbridge Pronghorn and Faculty of Education alumnus Tom Keca isn’t too far away

Ladner woman wins Outstanding Young Farmer award

Alumna Lydia Ryall is the first sole recipient of the award dating back to 1980, and the first woman whose name will appear without her husband

Cheryl Croucher with Dr. David Naylor

Innovation Anthology speaks with the U of L's Dr. David Naylor about his Royal Astronomical Society honour and the impact of the Herschel-SPIRE mission

Dark, disturbing stage show

Taking a look at the latest TheatreXtra offering, Girls, Girls, Girls and its heavy, thought-provoking content

U of C professor leads climate water talks in Lethbridge

On Feb. 22, the Alberta Climate Dialogue will host an event at the University of Lethbridge for people to learn about the effects of climate change on water