U of L In The News

U of L In The News

First PUBlic Professor presentation is child’s play

Dr. Sergio Pellis will present his work, “A Journey Though the Fields of Play,” as the kickoff to the new season of the Faculty of Arts & Science PUBlic Professor Series

Astronaut excited about future of space exploration

Space may be the final frontier, says NASA astronaut Col. Doug “Wheels” Wheelock, but it is still just the beginning for human space exploration

Indigenous meme creators point out harsh truths with dark humour

Alumnus Arnell Tailfeathers says memes represent a new art form and a chance for himself, as a visual artist, to express his views

LEGO part of U of L research study

A U of L professor is conducting a research study where participants will get the opportunity to learn about the LEGO Serious Play facilitation method and use it to work through a hypothetical problem as a group.

University study says stress experienced while pregnant has lasting health impacts for children

Dr. Gerlinde Metz and Tony Montina talk about their recent study that shows stress felt by women while pregnant can heighten the risk of certain diseases in their children when they become adults.

Here’s how to explore three artful destinations in Lethbridge

Check out the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery, located on the west side of Lethbridge’s wide river valley

Kemp elected to Kin Canada’s national board of directors

Alumnus Cameron Kemp was recently elected as a director on Kin Canada’s national board

University welcomes new faces with Fresh Fest

The University of Lethbridge Students’ Union (ULSU) annual Fresh Fest event took over the campus on the weekend

Parkland awards for researchers at Univ. of Leth.

Two researchers at the University of Lethbridge won Parkland Institute awards for their research projects

U of L researchers confirm link between pregnancy stress and health problems

Researchers at the University of Lethbridge, working with colleagues at McGill University, have found evidence that when pregnant women experience stress, it can lead to health problems in their children

$16,000 raised for Brock Hirsche Fund

Brett Connolly bringing the Stanley Cup to Prince George helped raise money for the Brock Hirsche Memorial Pronghorn Hockey Award

Bike repair stations make their debut at the University of Lethbridge

The University of Lethbridge has added some new hardware in their parking lots to help with transportation mishaps

Banff Centre for the Arts residency helps spur new album for Hannam

Alumnus John Wort Hannam is ready to release a new album

Hewko U of L Young Alumnus of the Year

The University of Lethbridge Alumni Association (ULAA) has honoured a recent Faculty of Fine Arts New Media graduate, Bryn Hewko

A raw discussion about truth and reconciliation in Canadian schools

Dr. Michelle Hogue hosts a discussion with young Indigenous leaders on their thoughts about what Truth and Reconciliation means to them

New challenge for Nystrom

A look at Pronghorns men's hockey coach Murray Nystrom

Bio-what? Bioswales used at University of Lethbridge to help filter stormwater runoff

Lying in plain sight at the University of Lethbridge are six bioswales, or stormwater filtration systems

Lethbridge post-secondary institutions offer services to help students deal with anxiety and stress

Faculty at the University of Lethbridge and Lethbridge College are encouraging pupils to make their own well-being a top priority as the fall semester gets underway

Nystrom embraces new challenge

Murray Nystrom is the new man on campus and behind the bench of the Pronghorns men's hockey team

Highway 3 twinning project retains support from City of Lethbridge

A cost-benefit analysis done by the University of Lethbridge supports the Hwy 3 Twinning Project