U of L In The News

U of L In The News

How to ensure your family story is remembered for years to come

The South West Beginners Oral History Community Workshop is a transnational collaborative between the University of Plymouth and the Centre for Oral History and Tradition

NAIT's new JR Shaw School of Business dean looks to develop 'entrepreneurial mindsets'

U of L alumnus Dennis Sheppard is a new dean at NAIT

Three students from the University of Lethbridge to take part in the Semester at Sea program

For three University of Lethbridge students, this year is a little different, as they’ll soon be setting sail on the adventure of a lifetime

Artist plans garbage party

Fine arts alumna Arianna Richardson will be throwing a “garbage party,” Sept. 15-21 in Galt Gardens

NAFTA talks take a turn

Dr. Geoffrey Hale discusses the lates developments in the NAFTA trade dispute

Free haircuts in Edmonton encourage kids to focus on school

Dhillon School of Business alumnus Abdul Said and his company sponsor free haircuts to kids in his former neighbourhood

What’s being done to prevent disappearances of Native American women?

U of L graduate student Annita Lucchesi is featured for her work

Lineup set for return of SACPA in September

The U of L will once again support the Southern Alberta Council on Public Affairs

High street bingo halls in decline

Dr. Robert Williams discusses the rise of lotteries and why people play

UNESCO warned about Olympic impact on Banff

Dr. Leroy Little Bear discusses the reintroduction of the buffalo herd to the Banff area

Is it time to expand Alberta’s agriculture irrigation system?

Peter Watts talks to the U of L's David Hill about the potato industry in southern Alberta


A preview of Brett Connolly's Stanley cup celebration and the Brock Hirsche Memorial Scholarship it benefits

University of Lethbridge partners with industry professionals to strengthen potato market in southern Alberta

The University of Lethbridge has opened the doors to its Potato Research Lab

Alberta farmers making tough decisions about whether to buy new equipment because of U.S. tariffs

Dr. Geoffrey Hale comments on how politics can get in the way of economic common sense

Athlete development program gets facelift

With the help of the U of L, the Athlete Enhancement Program is being enhanced

Nikka Yuko fundraiser to feature author with important story

The U of L throws its support behind the Golden Maple Reception

No place for women: Hilda Dove in the Arctic

Dr. Maura Hanrahan chronicles a woman's role in a famed Arctic expedition

Industrial real estate market going strong

A short-term boom in the real estate market associated with the U of L's massive Destination Project has led to secondary investment in industrial real estate

Above ‘C’ level

A University of Lethbridge student from Medicine Hat is getting ready to spend a semester abroad

Nadine Lustre gives 5 beauty hacks

Dr. Javid Sadr's research on eyebrows and facial recognition is referenced