U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Advice for first-year students from Justin Trudeau (and 27 other people)

Dr. Shelley Wismath is one of the 27 who offer first-year student advice

‘Best Bar None’ initiative honours local businesses

The U of L Zoo is among 10 Lethbridge businesses that have been recognized by Alberta’s safety-oriented “Best Bar None” initiative

Pronghorns women's soccer head coach resigns

Fred Trinh, head coach of the University of Lethbridge Pronghorn women’s soccer, has resigned for personal reasons following one of the most successful season in the program’s history

Gold and silver awards brought home by U of L iGEM teams

Both the University of Lethbridge high school and collegiate International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) teams, had a great showing at the 2017 Giant Jamboree in Boston

Pronghorn swimmers earn medals

The Canada West Swim Championships have wrapped up, but at least five members of the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns will have their season will continue in the New Year

Southern Alberta could benefit from ‘supercluster’ funding

Lethbridge’s growing agri-food industry could share a slice of federal investments worth up to $950 million

Horns continue countdown of 50 greatest athletes

Rugby, basketball, swimming, hockey and soccer are all represented in this week’s group of 50 Greatest Pronghorns as Pronghorn Athletics announces the Nos. 20 through 11 hounorees

Operation Red Nose provides 90 safe rides

University of Lethbridge Pronghorn Athletics during the first two nights of this year’s Operation Red Nose campaign over the weekend

Help your child play to lay the foundation for future academic excellence

Research by Sergio Pellis, from the University of Lethbridge, showed that the experience of play changed the connections of the neurons in the pre-frontal section of a child’s brain

Day to celebrate people with disabilities

Evening event will showcase a locally-made documentary focused on inclusion through “Art for Social Change” research

There are ways to protect digital privacy, SACPA told

U of L's James Graham discusses privacy in a digital world during Thursday's SACPA session at Country Kitchen Catering

Good without God

The U of L's Reg Bibby is quoted as he examines the relationship between morality and a belief in God

Why good, old-fashioned play is SO important

Dr. Sergio Pellis and his research regarding play as helping brain development is examined

Pronghorns reveal latest entrants to Top 50 list

The group of #30 to #21 is revealed on the 50 Greatest Pronghorns list

‘We are an industry’: Wesley-Esquimaux says at Indigenous Knowledge Conference

Dr. Leroy Little Bear is the keynote speaker at the Indigenous Knowledge Conference, held Nov. 15-16 in Thunder Bay

Women Scholars’ Speakers series a challenge

U of L professors Christine Clark, Liz Galway, Habiba Kadiri, Darlene St. Georges and Amy Shaw ready for the upcoming Women Scholars’ Speakers Series “How We Came to Study The Things We Do"

Native leader, legal beacon

U of L alumnus Julian SpearChief-Morris is the first indigenous student to head Harvard Law School’s venerable Legal Aid Bureau

If ‘indigenizing’ education feels this good, we aren’t doing it right

Dr. Monique Giroux discusses the want of universities to feel good about themselves through indigenization

Handful of researchers at University of Lethbridge to receive federal funding for projects

Researchers at the University of Lethbridge are on the receiving end of almost a million dollars in federal funding

Investing in pure research is unpredictable but essential

Presidents from University of Lethbridge, University of Alberta and University of Calgary discuss the value of research funding