U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Integration through employment

University of Lethbridge students Abdullah Mouslli, Deema Abu-Shaban and Ammar Shahid are launching Jeeran55, a catering business, to help newcomer women find employment

U of L cancer breakthrough

Drs. Igor and Olga Kovalchuk participated in a collaborative study that shows potential for future cancer treatments

Lethbridge Hurricanes announce 2020 Memorial Cup Bid Committee Chair and Co-Chair

U of L alumnus Bill Reddick will Chair the 2020 Memorial Cup Bid Committee

Arts festival well attended

The Coutts Centre for Western Canadian Heritage holds its fifth annual arts festival

University recognized for RNA research

Research unlocking the secrets of ribonucleic acid – one of the building blocks of life – is an ongoing pursuit at the University of Lethbridge. Now the university has been recognized as one of the leading RNA research centres in Canada.

U of L study to measure changes due to loss of permafrost

The University of Lethbridge has launched a large campaign to measure ecosystem changes associated with climate change and permafrost loss

U of L history professor honoured with book award

Dr. Kristine Alexander recently received the Wilson Book Prize for her book “Guiding Modern Girls: Girlhood, Empire and Internationalism in the 1920s and 1930s

Chandler scholarship to help intellectually challenged attend U of L

The Chandler Family Award will help some southern Albertans who’d benefit from a university course even though they aren’t enrolled in a degree program

Sask. entry claims biggest prize at Calgary Stampede youth show

U of L student Emma Gingras among winners at Calgary Stampede

New federal funding for the U of L will support development of RNA Bioengineering and Innovation Network

The University of Lethbridge, in partnership with the Université de Sherbrooke, has been awarded $1.65 million from the federal government

Province announces inclusive education funding

More than $500,000 in provincial funding has been announced to provide support for inclusive education opportunities for students with developmental disabilities in Lethbridge

We can wind down supply management so even farmers win. What’s stopping us?

Dr. Danny LeRoy contributes to this editorial on Canada's supply management system

Banff holds blessing ceremony with Indigenous elders before letting bison roam

Dr. Leroy Little Bear speaks to the reintroduction of bison to Banff

Niek Theelen continues to build his comedian career

New Media graduate Niek Theelen is featured

U of L program connects art and animal therapy

Straja Linder King is a board-certified, registered clinical art therapist who has pioneered the way in art and animal-assisted psychotherapy

Brett Connolly’s Stanley Cup celebration to include CN Centre rally, raffles

The celebration is also acting as a fundraiser for the Brock Hirsche Memorial Scholarship Fund at the University of Lethbridge

Aces coach wins gold at nationals

Andreas Troschke, a former Airdrie Ace who now competes for the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns track and field team, also took home a medal from nationals

U of L professor earns national recognition

Dr. Stefan Kienzle's commitment to water sustainability research has been tapped for a Water’s Next Award from the 2018 Canadian Water Summit

Nelson soccer players score university scholarships

Hanna Quinn is on her way to join the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns

Pronghorns track athletes medal at Nationals

Sandra Latrace, Andreas Troschke and Tanessa Morris all hit the podium last weekend as the Pronghorns came into the weekend off a strong indoor season