U of L In The News

U of L In The News

LCI honours two alumni

The U of L's Dr. Robbin Gibb receives a special honour from Lethbridge Collegiate Institute

The University of Lethbridge has received a $400,000 gift in support of First Nations' initiatives

TD Bank Group gives support to the U of L's First Nations' Transition Program and a new First Nations' Gathering Centre

U of C week looks at religious diversity and literacy

Dr. Leroy Little Bear, professor emeritus of native studies at the University of Lethbridge, speaks on indigenous world views at the U of C religious studies conference

The Canucks' Speech: What does it mean to talk with an Alberta accent?

Former U of L linguistics professor Nicole Rosen and her work recording the voices of rural Albertans and their speech patterns

New face at Hope Bridges' Up-Cycling program

U of L alumna Trish Nelson looks to use art as a means to bring the entire Strathmore community together

Creating our classrooms of the future

Pam Adams, a University of Lethbridge education professor, is a member of Alberta Education’s curriculum policy advisory committee

Students share their passion for science

The annual Let's DO Science Day at the U of L gives local high school students the chance to experience scientific discovery

Digital image book of flora aims to answer ‘what is that?’

University of Lethbridge biology professor John Bain and botanist and photographer June Flanagan have updated the reference book, Common Coulee Plants of Southern Alberta

SoWeCa Chamber Music Festival is set to thrill this month

The SoWeCa Chamber Music Festival, supported by U of L faculty members, will feature a show in the University Recital Hall

Festival should be really groovy man

This year’s Historic Lethbridge Festival is devoted to the 1970s and features a fashion show put on by the U of L's Faculty of Fine Arts

Picturing Pain

Dr. Carol Williams's work is discussed after her presentation at the University of Southampton in the United Kingdom as religious researchers met to discuss the global history of evangelicalism

New head honcho at Livingstone

U of L alumnus Chad Jensen has been appointed by the Livingstone Range School Division as the new principal of the school in Lundbreck

U of L creates single user inclusive washrooms on campus

The washrooms provide additional privacy and accessibility to all individuals, are wheelchair accessible, include proper medical waste (needles) disposal bins and in some instances, baby-change tables

ASU neuroscientist gains support for stroke rehab research

Dr. Jeffrey Kleim, a former Canadian Centre for Behavioural Neuroscience researcher, has received a major grant from Dart NeuroScience to contribute to the company’s endeavours to develop pharmacological therapies to maintain human brain health

Once upon a time there was land

University of Lethbridge historical research brings the past to life

Measles on its way back; experts concerned about dropping immunization rates

Shannon Vandenberg, who teaches in the nursing program at the University of Lethbridge, discusses why some people choose not to vaccinate themselves and their children

Architects selected for major projects at U of L

A major project at the University of Lethbridge is one step closer to becoming a reality after the U of L selected the firms Stantec Architecture and KPMB Architects, in joint venture, to lead the design process of its new science and academic building

Arts majors earn Beny scholarships

Evan Peacock and Luke Spencer earn scholarships worth $5,000 to further their creative activities and research

Five more years for U of L president

Dr. Mike Mahon has been reappointed to a second five-year term as the university’s president and vice-chancellor

Women of Distinction to be honoured

Myrna Greene, a nurse, teacher and the University of Lethbridge’s first female associate dean, is among those honoured at the annual YWCA Women of Distinction banquet