IntraEnvironmental Sound Project is a sound mapping and electroacoustic music project exploring soundscapes.
For the fifth consecutive year, the U of L was ranked third in the Primarily Undergraduate category, as recognized by Maclean’s Magazine.
Safely dispose of your unwanted personal* documents on Oct. 31 in support of the Students' Union food bank!
Join us in the conversation on sexual violence prevention at the UofL.
Flu immunizations will be available to University of Lethbridge staff and students beginning October 25, 2016.
Crossing Boundaries: Technology in the Arts is a two-day event showcasing the diversity and cross-disciplinary nature of the professional creative...
The U of L and Lethbridge College are proud to co-host the second annual Cor Van Raay Agribusiness Case Competition, Oct. 28 & 29.
The University Library is proud to once again offer brown bag sessions for the entire University community
To Fri, Nov 25, 2016
Travelling abroad on a University sponsored activity? Please plan to attend a lunch hour session and receive information on pre-trip planning, what to do in the event of an emergency and resources while abroad.
Experience the art of lost wax bronze casting using the modern casting facilities in the Art Department at the University of Lethbridge.
Statistics Canada is offering professional workshops in the near future that may be of interest to you and/or your colleagues.
On a trip to Italy to promote his book, a British art critic escapes for a day-trip with an attractive antiques dealer. Together the two debate and then personally question the meaning of authenticity.
It's that time of the year again....
Ever wondered what small group work in a large fixed seat classroom might look like? Join Dr. Jan Newberry to see it in action in her 270 student Anthropology 1000 class.
The Southern Alberta Council on Public Affairs (SACPA) presents a discussion with Dr. Jo-Anne Fiske of the University of Lethbridge's Department of Women & Gender Studies as she examines racism in Lethbridge
A panel presentation on open access publishing, featuring faculty from across campus and Gerald Beasley, U of A University Librarian
This discussion based workshop introduces students to several scenarios involving instructor-student interactions. Time will be spent identifying issues and developing appropriate proactive and reactive responses....
Presentation by: Dr. Richelle Mychasiuk
Opening receptions for "Kepler’s Klepper and The Underwater Pinhole Photography Project" (Main Gallery) & "Trash Talk" (Helen Christou Gallery)
Suited for individuals who intend to apply for a Masters or Doctoral Program at any university, both Canadian and International.
Our Lethbridge campus advising staff will be involved in a meeting so there will be no drop-in advising the morning of Nov 7th.
The Library is running a trial for a streaming video database, Criterion on Demand Academic, and we'd like your input!
10th Anniversary Plays & Prose Writing Competititions ($5000 in prizes!)Striking Prose Competition
The Arts & Science Student Program Services Office (SU060) will be closed until 1 pm on Monday, November 7, 2016. Advisors will be available from 1-3:30 pm.
Focussing on promoting wellness, growth and connection.
LandMarks2017 will ignite a national conversation through art...
AUPRF is seeking applications for projects that are of focused interest to industry. These priority issues include: Air, Ecological, Soil and Groundwater, Water, and Well Abandonment.
Mr. Prentice's commitment to post-secondary learning and research in the province, and his support of the University of Lethbridge and its goals and ideals, was unwavering
In order to ensure that there is accurate information available, the suspension of Dr. Hall was done in accordance with section 22(3) of the Post-secondary Learning Act (PSLA) of the Province of Alberta
Prerequisite: SPAN 2000 or equivalent, or authorized by instructor. Instructor: Luz Janeth Ospina M. (firstname.lastname@example.org) Tuesdays 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM AH 177 (SCALE-UP Room) Active Learning Pedagogy!
The Cor Van Raay AGILITY Awards in Agriculture are valued at $1,500 each. Up to five scholarships will be awarded to qualified continuing undergraduate students. Deadline is November 1, 2016.