U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Council to hear appeal for Science Fair

In a presentation to city council, U of L youth outreach director Valerie Archibald will ask for $160,000

U of L behind mental-health study

The University of Lethbridge is conducting a new study to help provide better options for families in the future

Principal appointed for new Okotoks school

U of L alumna Rebecca Forchuk appointed principal for the new K- 9 school being built in Okotoks

Annual Red Deer College conferences this weekend in Red Deer

Dr. Ute Wieden-Kothe is the keynote speaker at the annual Agora Undergraduate Conference and the RDC Student Science Conference

Family unit is on solid ground

According to Dr. Susan McDaniel, while families have become more diverse, the family unit is still an essential cornerstone of Canadian life

Identification and management of cutworms made easy

U of L plays role in five-year project conducted across the Prairies resulting in the development of better identification tools, and a better understanding of cutworm biology

Local hockey products affected by testicular cancer raising awareness through Half Sack Sports

Former Pronghorns come together to support fallen teammate in battle against cancer

The game of their lives

A look at the inventive chess program for troubled youth study from the U of L's Dr. Lance Grigg

Is Canada on the Verge of a Brain Health Crisis?

Dr. Majid Mohajerani and the CCBN are featured for their work on Alzheimer's disease

U of L students vote for ‘UPASS’

With 47 per cent of the eligible students voting, election officials reported Thursday that 1,968 students voted in favour while 1,052 were opposed

Millennials are more likely to believe in an afterlife than are older generations

Dr. Reg Bibby says Canadian millennials are vastly more likely to believe in an afterlife than are older generations

From the pitch to the bobsled track

Former Pronghorn soccer player Kori Hol now pursuing Olympic dream through bobsled

Dr. Leroy Little Bear to speak on Indigenous worldview in education

As part of Selkirk College’s Reconciliation Speaker Series, Dr. Leroy Little Bear, eminent scholar and professor emeritus will be in Nelson April 4th

Van Tighem teacher Holy Spirit nominee for Edwin Parr

Faculty of Education alumna Erica Barr, who teaches fine arts subjects at Father Leonard Van Tighem school, is one of 10 southern Alberta finalists for the Edwin Parr Award

Selkirk College’s Reconciliation Speaker Series — Dr. Leroy Little Bear

Dr. Leroy Little Bear will speak on Indigenous worldview in education and share visions of reconciliation at Selkirk College

Universities must present a united front against rising journal costs, research librarians say

Librarian Nicole Eva says scholars must shift away from using journal metrics as a primary way of assessing research quality and impact

Canadian tycoon to link Dhillon school with Punjab

Bob Dhillon says his long-term aim is to bring students from Punjab and the rest of India to give them futuristic education at one of Canada’s top universities

U of L names co-op student of year

A fourth-year economics student has been named “co-op student of the year” at the University of Lethbridge

Young scientists’ work on display at Sci-Fusion

Over a hundred kids took part in this year’s Science Olympics and there were 75 projects for the public to view at the University of Lethbridge’s 1st Choice Savings Centre

Nelson Neptunes add two new coaches

Faculty of Education student and Pronghorn swimmer Jacob Verhesen is one of two new swim coaches for the local Nelson club