Join groups from across campus for free activities designed for family fun
The North America Region 9 Conference for the North America Saxophone Alliance (NASA) will be hosted at the University of Lethbridge Feb. 14 - 17, 2019. Register now!
This training is beneficial to students, staff and faculty in the University of Lethbridge community who are interested in increasing their skills and confidence to address issues related to sexual violence.
Attendees will learn how to create and design a logo using Adobe Illustrator. No prior experience necessary. Thursday, February 21; 9:30–11:30 a.m.
Cohen-Lenstra heuristics and counting number fields
The Religious Studies department will be presenting the following - please mark your calendar.
A special screening of "A Home Away From Home", a documentary directed by Music faculty Dr. Amandine Pras, in collaboration with Jonathan Kay and Andrew Kay.
Do you need advice about your academic program? Join us for a group session where we will provide a short 10 minute presentation, followed by the opportunity to talk with an advisor one-on-one.
The Alberta RNA Research and Training Institute presents its newest member, Dr.
If you struggle with exam anxiety this 4 part workshops series is available free of charge.
Network with industry, faculty and students; participate in a custom finance simulation; hear from a keynote speaker; and enjoy a three course plated dinner.
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.
Everyone is invited to share, learn and celebrate Indigenous culture by attending the following events hosted by various departments and organizations on campus and throughout the community.
Free Lunch & Listen Concert Series
Brahms Piano Quartet, featuring Airdrie Robinson (violin), Gabe Kastelic (viola), Christine Bootland (cello) and John-Paul Ksiazek (piano)
What colonial structures exist within your discipline? Explore adapted decoding processes. Learn how others adapt their teaching and work towards a decolonized curriculum.
In collaboration with the Lethbridge Registered Music Teachers' Association, we are hosting our 5th annual piano workshop on March 1-2, 2019 at Casa (230 8th Street South).