Senior students in the Art History/Museum Studies program explore art and ideas from the 1980s by curating an exhibition from the U of L Art Collection and from the Sir Alexander Galt Museum & Archives.
The Octopus Scientists: Exploring the Mind of a Mollusk, launches on June 2.
The University of Lethbridge will embark on the creation of a new facility that promises to be Canada’s leading cellular imaging research centre.
As the first graduate of the Bachelor of Fine Arts - Native American Art program, Joel Cross Child has sculpted a promising future.
Debby Steacy's vigorous championing, volunteerism and community spirit have left an enduring impact on Pronghorn Athletics.
To Mon, Jun 8, 2015
In celebration of Professional Librarian Glenna Westwood ‘s Retirement (June 2015) ~ please come to her “Farewell” reception on Monday, JUNE 15, 2015 between 2:00– 4:30pm in the University Theatre Lob
This exhibition will present classic and contemporary approaches to the genre by Alberta, Canadian, and International artists selected from the U of L Art Collection.
Lisa Doolittle is a Theatre and Dramatic Arts faculty member whose research focuses on Canadian multicultural and indigenous dance
CPRO will support research that will lead to new knowledge in cancer prevention and screening and that will help move this knowledge into use in the health system and in the community.
Between May 15 and June 20, 2015, contractors will be performing asbestos removal in University Hall section E levels 1, 2 and 3 residence
Join us in a friendly competition against your co-workers and colleagues, and start some healthy new habits (or revive some healthy old ones).
In 2017 the University of Lethbridge celebrates its 50th anniversary. To commemorate this milestone, the Faculty of Fine Arts invites submissions of original vocal compositions.
Registration is now open for the Controlling Sexuality and Reproduction: Past and Present International Conference. Early bird rates in effect until May 31, 2015.