U of L In The News

U of L In The News

100th anniversary of N.S. women's right to vote

Dr. Heidi MacDonald discusses the centenary of Nova Scotia women earning the right to vote

U of L seeking submissions for En Plein Air exhibit

The University of Lethbridge is asking artists across southern Alberta to pick up their paint brushes and join them at the Coutts Centre for Western Canadian Heritage

Opioid Speaker Series to chronicle the ongoing impact of the Opioid Crisis in Lethbridge during May

Dr. Em Pijl will be discussing a drug study she conducted in four Alberta cities

School students take opportunity to DO Science

Some Lethbridge high school students had an opportunity to learn more about science at the University of Lethbridge

Minister impressed with progress of U of L’s Destination Project

The provincial minister of advanced education is impressed with what he sees of the new Destination Project building

Don’t sweat NAFTA, professor tells SACPA

Dr. Chris Kukucha presents on the NAFTA negotiations

New mapping techniques allow researchers to better gauge effect of glacier flow on infrastructure, environment

Using advanced mapping techniques, scientists are trying to predict when and where fast-flowing glaciers in Western Canada could change the surrounding ecology

En Plein Air Exhibit is a call for artists to be a part of annual display

The University of Lethbridge is asking artists across southern Alberta to pick up their paint brushes and join them at the Coutts Centre for Western Canadian Heritage

N.S. could have pioneered women’s vote, but missed the boat

Dr. Heidi MacDonald discusses the centenary of women's suffrage in Nova Scotia just as the province suspends school board elections

Victoria Highlanders add former national U-18 player Thomas Shores

Chris Rushworth, a Canada West all-star and the all-time leading scorer in University of Lethbridge Pronghorns history, returns to Victoria

Giving back — a diaspora success story

Bob Dhillon's gift to the University is one of three featured

The changing face of the Canadian family...

Dr. Susan McDaniel paints a picture of the Canadian family

Deepest Octopus Nursery Discovered, Holds Dark Secret

Dr. Jennifer Mather comments on newly-identified cephalopods

Kids should take risks, even dangerous ones

We need to stop coddling our children. While it might make us feel better as parents, it’s definitely not doing them any favours

Horn women welcome additions

The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns women’s hockey team has added a pair of players from the Alberta Female Hockey League

City to fund bid to host national science fair

Council voted, during their regular meeting on Monday, to fund a bid by the University of Lethbridge to host the 2020 Canada-Wide Science Fair in the amount of $160,000

London's possible casino expansion riles problem gambling advocate

A new casino in London prompts a look at U of L research into problem gambling

Colour Fun Run draws a crowd

The annual 5K Colour Fun Run was held at the University of Lethbridge

Beating cattle belches with biochar while improving feed efficiency

Dr. Erasmus Okine leads a five-year $1.1-million federally funded study

U of L to honour Dhillon at annual scholarship dinner

Bob Dhillon takes centre stage at the 31st Annual Scholarship Dinner

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