Our stories

University is all about the journey. Here are just a few shining students and faculty, who are making the most of their uLethbridge experience.

Meet Shining Student Liam Devitt

Liam Devitt thought their educational path was mapped out until a professor noticed their skill at research. Liam switched to a major in history and has since presented research projects at Lethbridge's Galt Museum …

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Meet Shining Student Valentine Deregnaucourt

When Valentine Deregnaucourt moved to Canada from France, she looked for a university known for its research programs, innovation, and ability to help students develop skills and work experience.

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Meet Shining Student Zaynab Enayetullah

Zaynab Enayetullah knew choosing public health was the right decision as she watched the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic during her second semester at uLethbridge.

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Meet Shining Student Lorenzo Bachman-Conrad

Lorenzo Bachman-Conrad is building an impressive resume and a strong network by working where he learns. His campus roles so far include lifeguard, teaching assistant, tutor and marketing designer/consultant.

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From Prairie to pharmacy: Haley Shade blends traditional knowledge with scientific approaches

In the Cancer Cell and Natural Product Laboratories at uLethbridge, biological sciences student Haley Shade is gaining valuable research experience testing prairie plants for anti-cancer compounds.

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Shining Students | iGEM

At uLethbridge, our students play a key role in the discoveries they learn about in the classroom. By participating in the investigative journey, your learning goes beyond the theory to practical application.

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Shining Student | Madeline Szabo

As a hammer thrower with uLethbridge’s Pronghorns track and field team, Madeline Szabo is used hauling heavy weights. But thanks to the various scholarships she’s received since coming to uLethbridge, financing her education …

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Shining Student | Doyin Adepoju

Originally from Calgary, Doyin Adepoju chose uLethbridge for the community of support he discovered while visiting his sister on campus.

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A Passion for Food Takes Student from Kitchen to Classroom and Back Again

A competitive baker in high school, Aimee attended the Culinary Arts program at NAIT before coming to uLethbridge to pursue a Bachelor of Health Sciences as an Aboriginal Health major.

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