U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Taylor made for success

Lethbridge native and U of L alumnus Taylor Ackerman is reflecting on his personal changes in new music

University of Lethbridge opens new School of Liberal Education

The University of Lethbridge is getting back to its roots with the launch of its School of Liberal Education this summer

SACPA to discuss racism at its roots

The U of L's Dr. Linda Many Guns presents At its Roots, is Racism a Generational and Social Tendency? at SACPA

Volunteers join forces to help restore Blackfoot unity symbol

Community members gathered to show just how powerful unity can be after vandals rearranged a Blackfoot symbol created for unity by U of L student Sarah Russell

Scientist hopes to sniff out cure for cancer in Alberta's wildflowers

Dr. Roy Golsteyn has been studying the brown-eyed Susan and other native plant species and screening them for medicinal properties

Dancing, song help kick off Indigenous Awareness Week

University of Lethbridge involved in community initiatives related to Indigenous Awareness Week

Province announces $25.8-million post-secondary mental health fund

The Alberta NDP is investing $25.8 million into post-secondary mental health initiatives over the next three years

J.T. Foster valedictorian gears up for the next chapter in her life

The U of L is the preferred school for Nanton J.T. Foster valedictorian Erinn McRae

City of Lethbridge tries out "hydration station" concept, joins "Blue W" initiative

The U of L is one of seven locations participating in the "Blue-W" initiative

Ontario loses $10M on loans to gamblers

The U of L's Dr. Robert Williams discusses the practice of casinos providing house credit to gamblers

Community planning to rebuild Blackfoot student's vandalized art piece

The University of Lethbridge community is coming together to rebuild a Blackfoot student’s vandalized art piece

City still has bright future

The University of Lethbridge is a key part of the future of Lethbridge and southern Alberta

FSD applies new teaching quality standards ahead of legislation

The Foothills School Division (FSD) is working with a group of University of Lethbridge researchers to incorporate the province’s new school leadership standards

Bali's thieving monkeys will return your stolen items … for a price!

Dr. JB Leca's research study of Bali's long-tailed macaques and their robbing and bartering behaviour

New U of L scholarship to honour Faculty of Education founders

This year, the University of Lethbridge is celebrating its 50th anniversary and to celebrate, it’s honouring the work of Faculty of Education founders through a new scholarship – the Founding Faculty Awards.

Rugby Olympic medalist Ashley Steacy ready to call it a career

After thirteen years with the Canadian national rugby team, former Horns women's rugby star, Ashley Steacy, is stepping away from the sport

Giving back to celebrate 150

Jordan Calladine, who will study nursing and play varsity rugby for the U of L Pronghorns next season, donated the $150 she received through the “Make 150 Count” program to Dr. Gerald B. Probe Elementary

Canada has history with refugees

Susan McDaniel, Canada Research Chair in Global Population and Life Course, and Professor of Sociology at the U of L, says refugees have long been an important element of forming part of our country

Local wins University of Lethbridge medal

Airdrie's Caitlin Ratcliffe captures the Faculty of Arts and Science Gold Medal and turns her focus to graduate studies

U of L professor named Board of Governors Teaching Chair

Dr. Janay Nugent named Board of Governors Teaching Chair