U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Student teams earn recognition

Two of the city’s “synthetic biology” teams are earning credit where it counts

Do you talk to yourself? SCIENCE says you're better off doing so

Theory has been backed by an academic study at the University of Lethbridge

MMIWG report still leaves many questions, says U of L professor

University of Lethbridge professor Don McIntyre discusses the release of the final report

Native plants could provide new antibiotics

A U of L researcher has already extracted molecules that show an ability to fight staphylococcus and acinetobacter

MMIWG cases continued at same rate even after national inquiry began, data shows

U of L student Annita Lucchesi has logged over 3,000 cases of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in Canada

U of L professor to receive Distinguished Teaching Award

Dr. Harold Jansen has been named the winner of the Distinguished Teaching Award

Lethbridge research team creates 3D Blackfoot artifacts

One of the largest collections of historical Blackfoot artifacts sits in a museum in the U.K. A U of L research team and some Blackfoot elders are taking a trip overseas to bring some of those objects back to Alberta - in the form of 3D technology.

Lethbridge students to take part in international business and tech competition

Seven women from Lethbridge College, the U of L and Victoria Park High School will take part in the international “CryptoChicks Hackathon” competition from May 31 to June 2 in Toronto.

Honorary degree recipients have messages for U of L grads

As University of Lethbridge convocation ceremonies continued on Friday, The Herald spoke with honorary doctorate recipients Cindy Blackstock and Bob Dhillon.

Student-athlete centred Leadership Academy launched by Pronghorn Athletics

Pronghorn Athletics is committed to seeing its student-athletes achieve success in whatever endeavour they choose to undertake

Future is now for U of L grads

University of Lethbridge students prepared to graduate Thursday were nervous about the ceremony, wary of the current job market, but also excited to be getting on with the next stage of their lives

Historic ceremonyat U of L convocation

The University of Lethbridge officially installed its 14th Chancellor, Charles Weaselhead

U of L cancer researcher to receive Speaker Research Award

Dr. Olga Kovalchuk is widely recognized as a pioneer in the study of radiation biology, cancer and epigenetics

'Just like running thunder': La Ronge remembers the rapid rise of the Mallard Fire, 20 years later

Dr. Judith Kulig's research is cited in this examination of the Mallard Fire

Blackfoot elders respond to 2019 as International Year of Indigenous Languages

Dr. Inge Genee discusses the importance of protecting and maintaining Indigenous language

U of L to present Navjeet Dhillon with honorary degree at convocation

He’ll be presented with a Doctor of Laws, honoris causa, during the 2:30 p.m. ceremony on Friday

U of L to honour Glenbow Museum Chief Curator Emeritus

Hugh Dempsey, Chief Curator Emeritus at the Glenbow Museum, has written more than 20 books that focus primarily on the culture and history of the First Nations peoples of Alberta

Paisley chosen to usher in new era of Pronghorn women’s hockey

The Pronghorns announced that Doug Paisley has been named the head coach of the women’s hockey program

U of L to honour advocate for rights of First Nations children

Cindy Blackstock, a professor of social work at McGill University, will be presented an honorary Doctor of Laws degree during Spring Convocation ceremonies on May 31.

Dorothy Dalgliesh students experience U of L tradition

The U of L's mace program visits Picture Butte students

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