To celebrate 50 years- we are sharing 50 ways to stay well!
Come and get your flu shot before the flu shot gets you!
Dr. Kim Raine is a Professor and Associate Dean (Research) within the School of Public Health at the University of Alberta.
November Payroll Deadlines IMPORTANT PAYROLL DEADLINES! Mark your calendar! Check the dates!
This session will provide an overview of tools you can use to measure impact, ways to raise your profile in order to increase your impact, and how to...
Here is the line-up of international films for this semester, all organised around our theme: Let's Eat! All subtitled in English.
To Fri, Dec 15, 2017
Introducing for the first time ever Run, Walk, Talk. Bringing together the campus community to promote wellness through shared motion. Please wear proper athletic footwear and dress for the weather conditions.
Stay up to date with WSSS and mark these exciting upcoming events in your calendars now!
Dr. Alex Johnston Lecture Series In co-operation with The University of Lethbridge, the Lethbridge Historical Society and the Lethbridge Public Library
This summer the new Research Policy and Research Funds Administration policies were approved. Join us to hear about the how the implementation of these policies will affect you.
The Centre for Oral History and Tradition will present the following:
Please join us for the 2017 Una Ridley Lecture - featuring Dr. Charlotte Loppie from UVic - Nov. 20 at 3pm. Dr. Loppie will discuss Community/University Engagement: Taking Action on Indigenous Determinants of Health...
Join guest scholar Professor Janis Thiessen to learn about the production and consumption of Canadian snack foods from an historical standpoint.
Studio North is an interdisciplinary design + build practice established by Matthew Kennedy and Mark Erickson.
To Tue, Nov 21, 2017
The Student Success Centre and the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dogs are back in the Library!
Conference and Event Services is offering you a chance at a Weekend Getaway!
Earn course credits while gaining work experience in Europe The six weeks Hungary Work Study program is a 4000-level MGMT course with an unpaid internship in this shorter alternative to a full semester abroad.
The goal of this Applied Studies course is to teach you how to analyze and successfully complete writing tasks you’ve never seen before, and that you have never been taught how to do.
University research awards are available in amounts ranging from $10,000 to $25,000 for specific research projects to support research work carried out by university students under their direction.
Campus Mobility Services (otherwise known as Parking Services) has moved locations to Turcotte Hall
If you are planning a year-end file purge, are new to the University, or just need help getting control over the information in your office, register for an upcoming records management training course.
NOMINATE YOUR FAVOURITE RESEARCHER!
Human Resources and Payroll Offices will be closed on Monday November 27, 2017 at 3:00 pm.
The Nikkei Memory Capture Project’s “Stop the Presses! Japanese-Canadians in 20th century Southern Alberta newspapers” exhibit is now being featured in the University of Lethbridge Library.
Before you start inviting your family and friends to convocation, make sure you have all the courses you need to graduate!
Couldn't get in a required Management (MGT) course during your initial Spring 2018 registration? Wait-listing may be your answer.
To all members of the University of Lethbridge community (students, faculty, alumni and staff)
NOMINATE YOUR FAVORITE PROFESSOR!
STEP BACK IN TIME AND JOIN US FOR THROWBACK THURSDAY IN URBAN MARKET ON OCTOBER 26TH! NOVEMBER 9TH, NOVEMBER 23RD, DECEMBER 7TH
On behalf of the Board of Governors of the University of Lethbridge, the Office of Research and Innovation Services is pleased to announce a call for applications for the Board of Governors Research Chair (BoGRC)...
The Faculty of Fine Arts Advising Office will be offering only drop in times for student advising. Visit W660 Monday to Thursday between 9:30 - 11:30 AM AND 1:30 - 3:30 PM or Fridays 9:30 - 11:30 AM.