U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Monkeys Trying to Have Sex With Deer Is a Thing Now, Says Study

Scientists at the University of Lethbridge in Canada publish a paper revealing what appear to be sex acts between young female Japanese macaques and sika deer

U of L professor honoured by research groupl-

Paul Vasey, a longtime member of the psychology department, is being honoured by the Canadian Sex Research Forum

Study aimed at getting rural gamblers help

A new University of Lethbridge study is being conducted within Alberta to help gamblers in rural communities get access to the help they need for free

U of L instructor makes LinkedIn Top Voices list

Dr. Jesse Martin, who teaches in the Department of Psychology, was named the eighth-most influential voice on education by LinkedIn

Karen Crowshoe appointed judge for Provincial Court of Alberta

A Piikani woman who’s taught at Red Crow College and the University of Lethbridge has been named a judge in the Provincial Court of Alberta

Focus on Climate Solutions, Panelists Say

Climate solutions “aren’t just windmills and solar panels,” says professor of geology James Byrne at the University of Lethbridge

End of an era for TRU Athletics

Former Pronghorns men's basketball coach Ken Olynyk enters retirement

A stand to protect women against violence with a campaign of their own

The U of L joined the international movement to create awareness of gender-based violence with their ‘Orange You Gonna Stop for an Orange?’ campaign

Climate change is already wreaking havoc on our weather, scientists find

Dr. James Byrne discusses climate change at this fall’s meeting of the American Geophysical Union in New Orleans

Scientists in awe of huge olfactory bulb found in turkey vulture brain

A new anatomical examination of the brain of the turkey vulture by scientists from the Smithsonian and University of Lethbridge

Ontario self-exclusion program fails to keep gambling addicts out

Addicted gamblers account for a disproportionately high share of government-run casinos revenue, says University of Lethbridge Prof. Robert Williams

Ban the niqab, keep the cross? Quebec’s next separatism battle will be between church and state

Dr. Reg Bibby gives insight on the historical importance of the Catholic Church to Quebec-born Catholics

Opinion - Adverse effects of alcohol abuse

Former Professor of Management Al Barnhill discusses his new book about alcohol-related issues

LASC duo join Pronghorns

The Pronghorns swim team announced the commitment of two local athletes for the 2018-19 season

After rough start to the season, Pronghorns men's hockey team sitting in a playoff spot heading into holiday break

Following a disastrous start to the season, the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns men's hockey team won five of six games heading into the holiday break

Bear With Me - Teaming up with parents of students with special needs

Dr. Jeffrey MacCormack discusses parent-teacher collaborations when it involves children with autism

Sports opportunities available for people with disabilities

U of L research on community inclusivity is cited in this report on sports opportunities

Pronghorns complete list of 10 greatest athletes

University of Lethbridge Pronghorn Athletics revealed the top 10 of its 50 Greatest Pronghorns

Southern Alberta kids learn robotics and engineering

Some Lethbridge kids were showing off their robotic talents and creations at the University of Lethbridge over the weekend

University of Lethbridge student receives provincial volunteer award

Neuroscience and Psychology student Imogen Pohl is receiving provincial recognition for her volunteer work

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