U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Gut feeling: Make sure your calves’ is a good one

A recent study by U of L researcher Dr. Wade Abbott, published by Nature Microbiology journal, is looking at further understanding the work done by bacteria in the gut

$2M in grants to help U of L’s CCBN study Alzheimer’s

The University of Lethbridge’s Canadian Centre for Behavioural Neuroscience (CCBN) will receive nearly $2 million in grants over the next five years to study changes in the brain that occur while Alzheimer’s progresses.

Tyson a theatre pioneer at U of L

The life and accomplishments of a pioneering Lethbridge professor will by celebrated here Friday

Two U of L students receive history awards

Two University of Lethbridge students have been honoured with Government of Canada History Awards

Events set for Brain Awareness Week

The University of Lethbridge-based Canadian Centre for Behavioural Neuroscience will host a couple of events to mark Brain Awareness Week this week

Unified theory of evolution

Dr. Gerlinde Metz and her work on environmental stress in promoting the epigenetic transgenerational inheritance of disease

The U of L has introduced a new recycling initiative, becoming the first Canadian university to recycle styrofoam right on campus

The University of Lethbridge is taking some big steps to cut down on its environmental footprint

Students engaged in provincial politics

University of Lethbridge Students’ Union president Hailey Babb speaks to student advocacy in politics

Saik highlights Grow gala

Renowned author, movie producer, agricultural advocate and “2014 Agri-Marketer of the Year” Robert Saik will be the Agricultural Students’ Society’s special guest

Female students encounter roadblocks, SACPA told

Dr. Jennifer Mather discusses challenges facing female students and researchers

University of Lethbridge is delving into the healthcare system with a new research study on children’s mental health services

The University of Lethbridge is conducting a new study to help provide better options for families in the future

Zebra Chip Pathogen Found in Alberta

The zebra chip pathogen has been found for the first time in western Canada, explains the U of L's Dr. Dan Johnson

Main Street Theater Examines Politics And The Corrosive Power Of Ambition in DAISY

Sean Devine, who won the University of Lethbridge's "Fiction at Fifty" playwriting competition, is featured

What does a pluralistic campus look like?

Dr. Reg Bibby will deliver the keynote address at Pluralism and Religious Diversity Week

Stephen Hawking proved WRONG! Big Bang was NOT the origin of the universe

Using mind-bogglingly complex maths and science, the U of L's Dr. Faizal Mir and his team introduce quantum effects to disprove Hawking’s claims

It’s time to stand up to the academic publishing industry

University of Lethbridge Assistant Professor Adriane MacDonald and Liaison Librarian Nicole Eva argue that academic publishers must compensate peer reviewers for their labour

U of L Programs and Services Fair offers options for LCI students

The University of Lethbridge held its first Programs and Services Fair on Tuesday at LCI

Federal budget garners mixed local reaction

Dr. Claudia Malacrida offers her perspective on the increase in science research funding

2018 budget keeps Canada’s national parks free for youth

Dr. Greg Pyle cautions against allowing too many people access to Canada's national parks

Pronghorns cap off swim season

The University of Lethbridge Pronghorns swim team capped the 2017-18 varsity swim season on a record-breaking note

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