U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Creation of memorial scholarship to help Hummel family fight Parkinson’s disease

Through the creation of the George and Alice Hummel Neuroscience Award, the Hummel family will continue their hallmark of pulling together as they support research at the University of Lethbridge

National gathering reframes barriers to reconciliation in schools

Dr. Leroy Little Bear speaks about Truth and Reconciliation in the schools

Ryland Moranz Live At The Empress Theatre

A live session featuring U of L alumnus Ryland Moranz

‘Both things are true:’ Science, Indigenous wisdom seek common ground

Dr. Leroy Little Bear discusses the balance between western science and Indigenous wisdom

New local reconciliation art contest winners announced

U of L alumnus Byron Anderson won second place in the first ever #YQL Expressions of Reconciliation contest

City entrepreneur aims to repay his adopted country

A look at Calgary businessman Bob Dhillon and his gift to rename the Dhillon School of Business

How Native American tribes are bringing back the bison from brink of extinction

Dr. Leroy Little Bear is highlighted as a key driver behind this important international initiative

Scientists say talking to yourself is a good thing!

A study from the University of Lethbridge found that students who were taught how to engage in positive versus negative self-talk were able to change their perspectives, attitudes, and reactions

Humans of ULeth helps students connect

U of L student Richard Lee-Thai is connecting people through story-telling

U of L musicians to perform in Taiwan

The U of L Wind Orchestra will perform in the City of Chiayi International Band Festival

Whitecaps pushing players from smaller communities into college spotlight

Four University of Lethbridge soccer players are products of the Whitecaps program

Cancer researcher to speak at U of L today

Gregg Morin and his team have been examining the functional mechanisms of proteins linked to cancer cells

U of L researcher says kids who walk or bike to school are healthier later

Dr. Richard Larouche argues the lack of physical activity by children is affecting Canadians’ long-term health

Wake, funeral planned for well-known Kainai Elder

Wake and funeral services will be held this weekend in honour of a nationally known Kainai Elder, Pete Standing Alone

How does social enrichment produce health benefits?

Dr. Gerlinde Metz and her team discover that Oxytocin appears to link social interaction and cell aging in rats, especially in females

Wardlow trick rider named CPRA contract act of year

Three-time Canadian trick riding champion and U of L student Shelby Pierson continues to be recognized for her skill

Biological control measure for zebra mussels proposed by University of Lethbridge research team shows promise

New research at the University of Lethbridge may well help stave off one of southern Alberta agriculture’s most pressing future problems

Aspiring Artist Kylie Fineday

Art Studio major Kylie Fineday is pursuing her aspirations

Keeping the roads safe this Christmas, ‘Operation Red Nose’ kicks off in Lethbridge

Kicking off the 24th annual Operation Red Nose campaign

2019 U SPORTS University Cup Men’s Hockey National Championship announces title sponsor

Cavendish Farms signs on as the title sponsor for the national championship tournament