Health Canada and the Canadian Cancer Society are launching the Ultimate Break It Off Challenge – a six week contest that encourages young adults to be done with smoking in 2020 for their chance to win cash prizes....
The U of L Wellness, Health Centre and Health Sciences students have teamed up to provide free confidential cardiovascular screening to all staff and faculty at the U of L, called 'Health Check for U'.
Non-credit course offering. In this very hands-on course you will take your ideas from wax to bronze and experience all stages in the casting process.
To Wed, Mar 25, 2020
DELF - DALF Testing
The Department of Modern Languages & Linguistics at the University of Lethbridge is home to the French Language Centre (FLC).
To Fri, Jan 31, 2020
Join us for the 6th annual French Language Centre French Film Week in PE261.
Have you ever wondered what your colleagues do behind closed doors? Now is your chance to find out! These events will provide you an opportunity to drop in and quietly observe some of this campus' wonderful teachers...
Are you new to the UofL and need a refresher on what the UofL units have to offer related to research and creative activity? Join us for a comprehensive information session.
Chris Benson (MSc), will explore the methods by which the molecular and atomic transitions of the lines extracted from SPIRE FTS observations are identified, and presents these identification results.
Think you know what a career in ag looks like? Join us, meet new people and learn about some of the career opportunities in agriculture and beyond, that you may not expect!
Are you interested in learning about the latest emerging tech? Do you learn best by taking a hands-on approach? Come check out the Emerging Tech Series taking place in the Agility Innovation Zone in SA6304!
One of the University's early faculty members, Philip Butterfield, passed away in Victoria, BC on January 22, 2020 at the age of 96 years.
Members of the SOS will be rolling through the hallways with free coffee to thank our current donors and provide information to Faculty and Staff who are interested in getting involved. Watch for us!
Looking for ways to study and learn more effectively, manage your time and get the most out of your courses? Meet with a Peer Learning Mentor!
The Office of Research and Office of Research & Innovation Services (ORIS) has launched the 2020 summer studentship competitions. Deadline for applications is February 7, 2020 at 4:00 pm for all three awards.
Dr. Shannon Spenceley has been appointed as Associate Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences, January 2020, for a 3.5 year term.
Apply by February 1 to Graduate Programs in the Faculty of Health Sciences
Want to help international students improve their academic writing skills? Volunteer as a Writing Tutor! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Recent events in Hong Kong and Iran have only served to highlight the need for those who are travelling abroad to register with International SOS before embarking on any international travel.
The Student Speaker Challenge 2020 is here and accepting submissions! This year’s topic is: “What is the Cost of Public Education?”
Do not miss out on the chance to receive money that can help with your school costs next year! Applications for Undergraduate awards/scholarships and bursaries are now available!
U of L researchers interested in applying to the 2020 NSERC CREATE competition must submit an Expression of Interest as part of the internal selection process. The deadline for Expressions of Interest is March 9,...
Music in Film: the Modern Languages & Linguistics Film Series starts on 15 January and runs all semester. Films start at 4:30 p.m. in PE 275. Please see individual posters for more details on each film.
Department of Math and Computer Science professor and Associate Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science Dr. Jackie Rice, has been appointed Associate Vice-President Research and Dean of School of Graduate Studies
The Brawn Family Foundation provides one scholarship per year for a University of Lethbridge student to participate in the Semester at Sea program. Each scholarship is worth $30,000.00 (CAN).