U of L In The News

U of L In The News

UBCO Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies to put on Living Things International Arts Festival

Alumna and drawing teacher Corinne Thiessen presents as part of UBCO's Living Things International Arts Festival

Alzheimer Society hosting event on understanding behaviour

The U of L's Dr. Sienna Caspar will speak on understanding behaviours often seen in those with dementia

Lacombe County sees leadership changes

U of L aluimnus Tim Timmons named the new county manager for Lacombe County

Construction totals strong in Lethbridge

The University's Destination Project contributes greatly to the local economy

Malawi-bound students raising money for mosquito nets

Fifteen students from a wide range of studies at Lethbridge College and the University of Lethbridge are preparing for a four-week trip in late spring to the African nation of Malawi

Popularity of squirming octopus dish raises animal rights group’s ire

Octopus expert Dr. Jennifer Mather discusses the controversial octopus dish sannakji

Interesting exhibitions setting up at Esplanade

Dr. Josephine Mills and the U of L Art Gallery present an exhibition at Medicine Hat's Esplanade

U of L looking ahead to next 50 years

Dr. Mike Mahon reflects on the U of L's 50th anniversary year and looks ahead to the next 50

Play an essential part of a child’s pre-school learning

Educator cites U of L research showing the experience of play changed the connections of the neurons in the pre-frontal section of a child’s brain when talking about the value of free play

United/Jr. Heat product to play Canada West

West Kelowna’s Michaela Jacobsen has committed to the University of Lethrbidge soccer for 2018

Pronghorns teams resume schedules

The Pronghorns men’s hockey team hosts the U Sports No. 3-ranked Saskatchewan Huskies in Canada West action Friday and Saturday

Hockey teacher a top 10 Pronghorn

Foothills Composite teacher Jay Langager earned the eighth-best spot among the top 50 athletes in U of L history

Another successful Operation Red Nose over 2017 holiday season

Lethbridge's 23rd annual Operation Red Nose campaign being hailed as a success

Growth, celebration the highlights of 2017

University of Lethbridge events highlighted amongst most prominent happenings in 2017

Destination Project - Fall tour of the new Science & Academic Building

Gene Lublinkhof, Project Manager, University of Lethbridge and Daryl Campbell, Senior Superintendent, PCL Construction Management Inc. take you on a tour of the new Science and Academic Building

Single voice required when dealing with United States

Dr. Geoffrey Hale, professor at the University of Lethbridge, spoke about "intermestic" policies, which means looking at doing business domestically and abroad

Immigration has affected churches in Canada (and elsewhere) for years

Dr. Reg Bibby's statistical analysis of Catholicism in Canada is utilized in this article on immigration

Preston Rivulettes recognized for national historic significance

U of L's Dr. Carly Adams behind push to recognize remarkable women's hockey team

U of L student part of iGEM delegation

A University of Lethbridge student has joined a group presenting at a biological weapons convention

New West puts modern spin on classic ‘Hansel and Gretel’

Four University of Lethbridge drama graduates, now based in Calgary, return to entertain young audiences over the holiday season