The Asian Studies Program will offering the following in Fall 2017.
Mark Rowlands will be speaking at the Galt on his memoire recounting his life raising a wolf.
Today’s school counsellors are linchpins to smoothly functioning schools.
Practicing teachers who invite pre-service teachers into their classrooms welcome fresh voices, talents, ideas and up-to-date research.
Small in stature but mighty big in heart is how many may describe the office manager of the School of Graduate Studies, Kathy Schrage.
Artist Jennifer Wanner explores western concepts of nature through collage and stop-motion animated video.
You’re invited to help us with an upcoming exhibition!
The 3rd Annual Spark Teaching Symposium will be held April 27th and April 28th in the Markin Hall Atrium. Call for Proposals deadline is March 10th...
March 1, 2017 is the deadline to apply to graduate for Spring 2017.
Since 2011, the University of Lethbridge and the RMIT School of Art have enjoyed a rich exchange of innovation and creativity in contemporary Indigenous art. Applications are gathered from across Canada for the...
Want to make a great start to 2017? Come for a confidential, free, personal, on-campus Health Screening provided by Health Sciences, Wellness and Health Centre.
Save the Date for Career Fair 2017 to be held on the University of Lethbridge Campus
Wednesday September 20, 2017
1st Choice Savings Centre for Sport & Wellness
The Banting Research Foundation and the Rick Hansen Institute are pleased to announce a funding partnership to support research by early career investigators focused on areas relevant to spinal cord injury (SCI).
Are you creative or part of a team that can produce a winning video outlining Student Housing Safety?
Call for proposals for the BioProducts AgSci Cluster Initiative as part of the next Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) agriscience policy framework (2018-2023). Deadline March 31, 2017.
No experience necessary - All students welcome!
Student Wellness Group
Are you graduating with a degree in kinesiology, exercise science, or a health or human services field? Consider a career in Therapeutic Recreation!
Derek De Coste has been awarded the 2016 Michael Chan Prize in Asian Studies for his well-researched, 50-page paper, "Remembering the Nanjing Atrocity". This paper was written for an Independent Study in History...
Volunteer for the uLethbridge Student for a Day program and share your University experience with future students!
Have a prospective student shadow you for a day and:
Parking Stalls to be closed in Lot B2 for Piikani House construction.