U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Dymond named U of L Board of Governors Teaching Chair

Dr. Anne Dymond has evolved her teaching philosophy through study and self-evaluation, deconstructing long-entrenched instructional models to create a class environment that celebrates engagement, inclusivity and critical thinking

Canada next for betting

Canadians interested in placing bets on individual sporting events likely won’t have to wait long before they can do so legally, says U of L researcher Robert Wood

McManus to receive Distinguished Teaching Award at convocation

Dr. Sheila McManus will receive the Distinguished Teaching Award at the University of Lethbridge’s 2018 Spring Convocation

Spring Convocation starts today at U of L

During four ceremonies between today and Friday, 1,351 students will join the ranks of University of Lethbridge alumni as they cross the stage at the 2018 Spring Convocation

Library hosting several events as part of Lethbridge Pride Fest

The U of L partners with local organizations to support Pride Fest

Why a California fishmonger bought a giant octopus, only to release it into the ocean

Jennifer Mather, a comparative psychologist at the University of Lethbridge, told Scientific American that octopuses like to play and have distinct personalities

SPICA mission, with major U of L contribution, one step closer to reality

Dr. David Naylor is pleased that the SPICA mission, a project he's been involved in for nine years, has been named one of three finalists in ESA’s M5 call for mission proposals.

Boosting child’s future success

Dr. Robbin Gibb's research is featured as she discusses executive function in children

Judges sentence youth offenders to chess, with promising results

Youth involved in the criminal justice system are attending the Chess for Life Program at the University of Lethbridge as part of their sentence.

Special honour for city librarian

A ground-breaking librarian will be receiving an honorary degree from the University of Lethbridge

Bike Boulevard to be extended, but drivers still adjusting

University of Lethbridge to help facilitate study on use of bike boulevards

Martin to become A.B. Daley’s new assistant principal

U of L alumna Allison Martin will become A.B. Daley Community School’s new assistant principal

Doucet to become assistant principal at J.T. Foster in September

U of L alumni earns position at J.T. Foster

Metz to receive research award

The winner of this year’s 2018 University of Lethbridge Speaker Research Award is Gerlinde Metz

Honorary degree for Bibby

Dr. Reg Bibby, a faculty member for more than four decades, will be presented an honorary degree from the U of L

CCWC applauds Castle Management Plan

Dr. Andy Hurly, CCWC Vice President, commends the Government of Alberta for prioritizing a science-based approach to its management plan decisions

You don't need power or wifi to create these incredible images — just 'everyday magic'

Dr. Josie Mills discusses Camera obscura imaging

Langevin joins Horns full time

Neil Langevin is back as head coach of the Horns women's rugby program, but it’s more like he never left

Students at Glenbow School sign Buffalo Treaty

Blood Tribe elder Leroy Little Bear caught wind of the work the class was doing, and decided to hold a special talk at the school

High hopes for research into Alzheimer’s

Researchers at the University of Lethbridge’s Canadian Centre for Behavourial Neuroscience (CCBN) are trying to see if they can identify the earliest indications of Alzheimer’s disease.