U of L In The News

U of L In The News

What Does Rolling Over Mean To Dogs?

A recent study from the U of L's Dr. Sergio Pellis suggests a new meaning to when dogs roll over, and submission seems to play no part

First-day school experiences not limited to students

Recent Faculty of Education graduate Ashley Malcomson is featured as she begins her teaching career in Iron Springs

Local professionals and people impacted by suicide honour World Suicide Prevention Day

Dr. Robin Gibb, an associate professor at the University of Lethbridge, speaks on the Neuroscience of Suicide

U of L taking steps to educate about the opioid crisis

Janice Driver, the Addiction and Wellness Coordinator at the University of Lethbridge, says they have taken pre-emptive, preventative measures to make sure students are safe this academic year

Livingstone Range School Division looking for new superintendent

U of L educators in key positions with southern Alberta school divisions

The importance of play for children and how technology can help

Dr. Sergio Pellis discusses how play changes the connections of the neurons at the front end of your brain

TUC’s Angler Diary Program aims to gain better understanding of local watersheds

U of L researchers involved in analyzing data from angler diary program

Opinion - Climate: politics or perception?

The U of L's Dr. Kent Peacock discusses the importance of science in making policy decisions

Little Bear appointment strengthens U of L commitment to Indigenous education

The University of Lethbridge has appointed Dr. Leroy Little Bear (BASc ’72, DASc ’04), as the institution’s first Distinguished Niitsitapi Scholar

New student mental health program to be piloted on seven Canadian campuses

This fall, seven Canadian universities and colleges will take part in a Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) led pilot project to teach students how to better understand and manage their mental health

Racism has a long history

Dr. Lynn Kennedy addresses SACPA, describing a history of racism in the United States

U of L researchers receive $2.6 million in NSERC funding

University of Lethbridge researchers in biology, chemistry and biochemistry, geography, mathematics and computer science, physics and psychology will be able to pursue diverse areas of inquiry thanks to $2.64 million in funding

University pleased with mobile parking app

The Honk Mobile app is being used for the second year at both U of L and Lethbridge College

Post-secondary students in Lethbridge receive government support for mental health

Post-secondary students at the University of Lethbridge and Lethbridge College will have more access to mental health supports thanks to $1.2 million in provincial funding announced on Wednesday.

University of Lethbridge professor and students pick plants for medicinal properties this summer

The U of L's Dr. Roy Golsteyn and a team of students have been invested over the past four years in research of native plant species and their medicinal properties

Angela Burke drafted by Calgary Inferno

Angela Burke, a University of Lethbridge Pronghorns women's hockey alumna, was recently drafted by the CWHL’s Calgary Inferno

The Secret Power of Play

Research from Dr. Sergio Pellis shows how unstructured play helps the brain mature

Climate is hot at NAFTA table and at home

University of Lethbridge politics professor Chris Kukucha thinks Canada will have to abandon hopes that a new NAFTA will specifically reference climate change

Profile - Wendy Struck

A look at the artwork of U of L alumna Wendy Struck

Truro’s Millman ends shot put season on low note

Truro’s Peter Millman, a Pronghorn track athlete, was one of two male shot put athletes to compete at this year’s Summer Universiade in Taipei