U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Dr. Leroy Little Bear, Environmental Monioring and Science

A look at Dr. Leroy Little Bear, on the Environmental Monitoring and Science / Indigenous Wisdom Advisory Panel

Alberta launches indigenous environmental advisory panel

Dr. Leroy Little Bear among those appointed to the panel that will be advising Alberta’s chief scientist on environmental monitoring

Outdoor fitness equipment in public parks: Is it an effective physical activity intervention?

U of L researchers examine the benefits of outdoor fitness equipment in helping community wellness

Global Drums members play with American rock legends

Six members of Global Drums, a University of Lethbridge ensemble directed by music professor Adam Mason, were invited to join a 25-piece steel drum group, Pan Rocks, playing alongside some of the current stars of American rock

Longtime educator to receive Distinguished Teaching award

Dr. Jennifer Mather will be presented this year’s Distinguished Teaching Award for her leadership over the last 30 years

Sick people pass through them all the time, so how clean are our ambulances?

The Alberta RNA Research and Training Institute is highlighted for expanding on the work of their iGEM presentation earlier this year

Octopus makes dash for freedom after escaping from its tank at an aquarium

Dr. Jennifer Mather is cited on octopus intelligence in the wake of this near escape of a Russian octopus from its aquarium

Canada’s weird, uncomfortable relationship with nakedness, Why our nude art genre never took off

New research by U of L assistant professor Devon Smither explores the history of nude artwork in Canada

Jamie Ahksistowaki Medicine Crane named U of L Alumna of the Year

The University of Lethbridge Alumni Association is pleased to recognize Medicine Crane as the 2017 Alumna of the Year

U of L graduate lands Cambridge scholarship

Sam Woodman will pursue PhD studies at Cambridge University this fall

Project aims to study impact on southern Alberta water

U of L geography and new media student Thomas Porter and his team are spending every weekend in the Rockies’ eastern slopes, documenting the impacts of human use

Outgoing MacEwan University president David Atkinson reflects on accomplishments

Former U of L professor completes term as MacEwan University president

Lethbridge high school grads criticized for Cowboys and Indians costume party

Dr. Linda Many Guns addresses the controversy around a themed high school graduation party

Library introduces summer program staff

U of L student Morgan Sorensen is one of the programmers for the Summer Reading Club and is returning for his third summer at the Camrose Public Library

Math researcher to receive U of L honorary degree

An Albertan who’s attracted more women into mathematics and computer science will be honoured by the University of Lethbridge on June 1

Program studies Alta. plants to use as ammo against cancer

Dr. Roy Golsteyn, head of the cancer cell laboratory at the U of L, explains the Prairie to Pharmacy project that is seeking cancer-fighting properties in prairie plants

Workplace - Recognizing healthy, diverse and fair places to work, and career choices that sustainable economies demand

A look at the Osoyoos Indian Band, their economic successes and their charismatic Chief, alumnus Clarence Louie

Creative non-fiction writer to speak at Galt Museum

The Centre for Oral History and Tradition co-sponsors a visiting author's talk at the Galt Museum

U of L Announces 2017 Alumni Honour Society Inductees

The University of Lethbridge Alumni Association has announced its 2017 Alumni Honour Society inductees

Exploring future pathways

Lethbridge School District No. 51 superintendent Cheryl Gilmore highlights the University's Dual Credit program with Lethbridge Collegiate Institute

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