Register your kids in Destination Exploration's 3-week virtual clubs this winter! A great way for them to connect with friends or family outside the city all while creating and exploring the amazing world STEM!
Events for Faculty of Arts and Science
The Physics & Astronomy Spring Colloquium Presents: Winds of Change around Black Holes
The Great Beyond (January 11-27)
After Life (Wandafuru Raifu, ワンダフルライフ) (Japan, Hirokazu Kore-eda, 1998)
The Department of Philosophy will present the following virtual colloquium on January 29th (12:00 noon).
The Department of Geography & Environment hosts a series of guests, faculty members, and graduate students/post-docs who speak on current topics and issues in (or related to) human and physical geography.
The School of Liberal Education invites you to join us for our first Spring 2021 Living Room presentation:
Please note that this is being held on a different day of the week and time of day than the usual talks
Film screening of the 2016 documentary "Migrant Dreams"
This webinar highlights three scholars whose research bridges academia, advocacy, and community-based work in the area of migrant justice.
The University of Lethbridge Anti-Racism Film Series invites U of L Faculty, Staff and Students to a film screening of: “Audre Lorde: The Berlin Years, 1984-1992”
Social Confinement, Social Change (January 29 - February 23)
Les Misérables (France, Ladj Ly, 2019)
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.
The Department of History Colloquium Series would like to invite you to join us for the following presentation:
To Sat, Mar 6, 2021
WDCAG 2021 at the University of Lethbridge
Beyond 2020: Geographical Research in Times of Crises
Emancipation (February 25 - March 17)
The Last Supper (La última cena) (Cuba, Tomás Gutiérrez Alea, 1976)
This webinar highlights the artist as researcher and contributor to the development of knowledge and innovation through artistic expression, scholarly investigation, and experimentation.
Join chemistry and biochemistry professor, Dr. Trushar Patel, as he explores How not to get viral: Understanding the communication between viruses and humans.
Renewal (March 19 - April 6)
And the Birds Rained Down (Il pleuvait des oiseaux) (Québec, Louise Archambault, 2019)