The University Library is proud to once again offer brown bag sessions for the entire University community
ShopTalks are one hour sessions dedicated to a specific topic. Questions are very much welcomed at these sessions. All ShopTalks are held in L1126 (unless otherwise specified) and will run from noon until 1 PM.
Join us for the presentations and discussions on Supervision and Leadership.
To Tue, Apr 11, 2017
New records management training courses available for faculty and staff in Spring 2017. Space is limited, so register early.
To Wed, Apr 5, 2017
Gather with us in Sacred Space
Free computer courses for Faculty and Staff at the University of Lethbridge
Instructor: Dr. Deborah Pace, PhD, R.Psych Clinical Consultant with Alberta Health Services Alberta First Nations Information Governance Centre Board Member
Get your taxes done for FREE! Trained Faculty of Management students (volunteering with the Canada Revenue Agency) will be offering a free ‘drop-in’ tax service to students and others who qualify for the program.
Find out about the Banner Revitalization Project and new Financial Services Training and Office of the Registrar Banner Training.
Exploring the community that has evolved with the gallery, this exhibition will bring together work from the collection with stories from the people that have made the gallery what it is today.
To Fri, Mar 31, 2017
This exhibition focusses on contemporary perspectives of the body and features work by students from the U of L Drama Department, Lethbridge College Fashion Program and The Fashion Institute - Olds College.
(Japan, Shinobu Yaguchi, 2001)
In this prize-winning comedy, a group of five highschool geeks decide to form a sychronized swim team, despite gender stereotypes and their lack of a qualified coach.
Join us through this guided yoga practice designed to enhacen emotional wellness. No yoga experience is necessary and all levels of physical ability are welcome!
Hosted by Counselling & Career Services
The Department of Drama will be producing the following shows as the first half of our 2017-2018 mainstage season:
The Association of Political Science Students present:
"Putin and Russia's Place in the World"Monday, March 27, 20171:00 - 3:00 p.m.AH118
Eric Rose is the Artistic Director of Ghost River Theatre. This rigorous hands-on workshop is designed to give participants strategies for the breakdown & reimagining of text into striking stage imagery.