U of L In The News

U of L In The News

University of Lethbridge’s Dr. H.J. Wieden named Alberta Innovates-Technology Futures Bioengineering Chair

A $2-million investment, over five years, further enables Wieden’s research team to study how biological systems can be engineered to achieve breakthroughs in materials science, chemistry, biochemistry, health and nanoscience

Freeman guru says Calgary renter's actions are not condoned by movement

Political scientist Dr. Geoffrey Hale weighs in on the Calgary man's anti-government stance and how his attitude may have developed

Indian residential school focus of play to be performed at Empress Theatre in Fort Macleod

Former Faculty of Education member Ramona Big Head presents a poignant play with her son Carl Brave Rock, a current U of L student

Calgary International Film Festival: Q&A with Lethbridge filmmaker Deric Olsen about his film, Common Chord

New Media professor Deric Olsen discusses the making of Common Chord and the role the University of Lethbridge played in its creation

At the Galleries: Pointed, playful and political

The U of L Art Gallery assists artist Rita McKeough take her project, The Lion's Share, to Halifax

Experts say in politics, more money makes for more problems

Political scientist Dr. Harold Jansen says that modern leadership races are becoming akin to regular election campaigns

Beyond the call of duty

A look at Dr. Bryan Kolb and why the Confederation of Alberta Faculty Association honoured him with the Distinguished Academic Award for 2013

Sibling showdown at University of Lethbridge

Two Airdrie brothers play against each other for the first time in weekend Canada West soccer play

Calgary film festival features eclectic lineup

The feature film Common Chord has a number of connections to the U of L, including alumni and current students who played a big role in its creation

What are the 'odds'

U of L Art Gallery staffer Jane Edmundson presents an intriguing master's thesis project to gallery visitors

Native American art focus of new program

The University's new BFA in Native American Art reflects the importance of aboriginal art and culture both in the region and across North America

Alumnus brings anti-bullying campaign to campus

Manwar Khan's anti-bullying campaign comes to the U of L campus Sept. 14

The dusty road ninja

Dr. Dan Johnson (geography) discusses the amazing characteristics of the Carolina grashopper

Changing the grades

Dr. David Slomp discusses grading in the schools and how teachers are changing the way they assess students

Studying requires new habits in a social media world

Faculty of Education professor Dr. Carmen Mombourquette says parents still need to make homework time sacred everyday

David Naylor: Alberta’s 50 Most Influential People 2013

As an instructor with the University of Lethbridge’s physics department since 1981, David Naylor has taken his lab to the upper echelons of experimental astrophysics.

Horns coaches represent at Canada Games

Long-time women’s soccer head coach Ilsa Wong is leading the Team Alberta U17 female soccer team in Sherbrooke.

Play Day initiative wins awards

The University of Lethbridge’s Play Day initiative recently received a silver award from the Canadian Council for the Advancement of Education (CCAE).