Inaugurated in 2016, the Driedger Lecture is delivered annually by a distinguished historian on an important historical topic.
Results from October 18th to November 8th, 2018 for Public
To Fri, Oct 19, 2018
Thinking Globally, Thinking Nationally will be a public panel discussion with a focus on issues including trade, climate change, borders, and refugees/asylum seekers.
The University of Lethbridge Faculty of Arts & Science is pleased to recognize Dr. Bhagwan Dua's name (1936~2018) at the 2018 Wine & Dine: Arts & Science Scholarship Dinner.
The Alberta RNA Research and Training Institute (ARRTI) will be hosting an RNA and Epigenetics Symposium at the University of Lethbridge, complete with a keynote lecture from Canada Gairdner International Award...
Women on the Verge was formed in 2016 by American soprano Emily Martin, Canadian soprano Elizabeth McDonald and Canadian pianist Kathryn Tremills.
Guest lecture from Dr. Michael Fronda, 'Was Hannibal a military genius? Some Ancient and Modern Assessments.'
Register today to participate in Crossing Boundaries and IAST 2018, A Collaborative Symposium!
The Dhillon School of Business Student Professional Development and Accounting faculty invite you to enjoy dinner with guest speaker Jennifer Moss, cofounder of Plasticity Labs.
The Centre for Oral History and Tradition (COHT) and the Lethbridge Public Library will present the following:
This thought-provoking lecture series brings a range of experts and researchers from across the arts and sciences to the community for a spirited conversation.
Did you just immigrate? Do you have questions? You might get an answer during Question and Answer session. Your participation and shared insights are appreciated.
Protect yourself from identify theft! Bring your old personal documents and e-waste for free shredding and recycling at the third annual A Nightmare on Shred Street. Donations for the campus food bank will be...
The History Department and Asian Studies will present the following special lecture for Seminar HIST 4040 (Nations and Nationalism in East Asia):
The Alex Johnston Lecture Series presents:
Blockchain is a game-changer, yet few business leaders really understand what it is, how it works and how it will revolutionize future business. Join us for a two-day workshop to explore this new technology.