U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Formerly local advocate receives Barb Tarbox award

Environmental Science student Dustin Snider has been awarded a Barb Tarbox Award for Excellence in Tobacco Reduction

Charles Weaselhead new U of L chancellor

The U of L Senate elected Charles Weaselhead as the university’s 14th chancellor — the first time in the institution’s 52-year history the position will be held by an Indigenous person.

Latrace leads Horns with medal hat trick

The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns track and field team continued its medal haul with nationals right around the corner

U of L student using Tim’s contest to help Harbour House

Breanna Schoenroth launches the second year of her Roll-Up-The-Rim tab donation campaign to benefit the YWCA’s Harbour House women’s shelter

Health professionals climb the ladder into management roles

A new master degree and graduate certificate for health-care professionals looking to become mid-managers check all the boxes for new-look credentials

Pronghorns women's basketball team riding wave of momentum into semifinal

The Horns women's basketball team reaches the Canada West semis

Keeping busy in the cold

U of L psychologist Dr. Javid Sadr talks about the psychological aspects of dealing with the cold weather

University of Lethbridge receives keys to new science and academic building

The University of Lethbridge now holds the keys to its new $280 million science and academic building, the cornerstone of its Destination Project

Former Pronghorns have lasting legacy

The accomplishments of the 1994 University of Lethbridge Pronghorns men’s hockey team are still making an impact

If you die alone and unloved, will your pet eat you? A National Post Valentine's Day investigation

Neuroscience professor Dr. Ian Whishaw's research into how rats react to new stimuli is woven into this bizarre story

YWCA announces its Women of Distinction

University of Lethbridge art history professor Anne Dymond and science student Anna Kovalchuk are among the honorees

Helping students make connections

The university-industry liaison office hosts a pharma/biotech conference

Spring job fair gives U of L students head start on summer

The University of Lethbridge launched its first spring job fair this week to give students an opportunity to meet one-on-one with employers for summer jobs.

Pronghorns return home for the playoffs

The U of L Pronghorns women’s basketball team will host a Canada West playoff home game against the Manitoba Bisons Friday, Feb. 8, the first home playoff game for the team in 25 years.

Spring job fair gives U of L students head start on summer

After 30 years of assisting students with job opportunities in September, the University of Lethbridge launched its first spring job fair this week

Buffalo Nations Museum presents conversations about grizzly bears

Remo Sommerhalder and the U of L's Dr. Leroy Little Bear will each give a multi-media presentation next Saturday (Feb. 17) at the Banff museum

McKechnies share Horn connection

Pronghorn alumnus Dana McKechnie and son Sam, a current Horn, look forward to the U SPORTS University Cup

U of L production to explore ‘Alice in Wonderland’

A new adaptation of the classic play is hosted by the University of Lethbridge Department of Drama

Entrepreneur to speak at Dhillon School of Business dinner tonight

Barb Stegemann is in the city as guest of the Dhillon School of Business at the University of Lethbridge

Changes in gambling and gaming pose new challenges for researchers, policy-makers

he Alberta Gambling Research Institute is a consortium of the University of Alberta, University of Calgary, and the University of Lethbridge