CALL FOR ARTISTS!
To Fri, Nov 27, 2015
Are you curious about the Chinese Culture? Are you interested in learning Chinese at an extremely low price? The ULSU Chinese Culture Club is offering a Mandarin class to all the students, staffs, and the faculties...
To Wed, Dec 16, 2015
How exciting to travel abroad in a University sponsored program, but what are you doing to prepare yourself for the challenges that may lay ahead?
To Fri, Apr 29, 2016
Please join the Library at our series of Brown Bag sessions, geared to be of interest to the entire University Community.
Calgary-based artist Dianne Bos references a famous WWI poem for the title of this exhibition which consists of extraordinary photographs taken in ‘no-man’s land’ between the trenches on the Western Front.
November is National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) and the U of L Library is hosting weekly write-ins for novelists working on their NaNoWriMo projects. Are you one of the many people who wants to write a novel...
See Attached will feature new work and highlights from the photographs and e-mails which they have exchanged since 2010 as well as incorporating new images produced at the U of L’s Coutts Centre in Nanton.
The Department of English presents:
The University of Lethbridge AGILITY program in partnership with Lethbridge College present:
Pin Cushion Wit in the Drawing Room: Songs of Social Satire by Nineteenth-Century Women Composers
These two successive two-hour tutorial sessions introduce participants to the skills necessary to speak confidently in public. Visit www.uleth.ca/teachingcentre to learn more.
Visit Enterprise Holdings at their infomation booth in Markin Hall
Wednesday November 25, 2015
Dr. Many Grey Horses, FNMI Director presents, Internationalized Oppression in First Nations, The Devastating Impact of the Residential School Experience, Nov. 25th at noon in AH100.
Learn more about the Individualized Multidisciplinary major in the Master of Arts program and the opportunities it offers for social, cultural and political dialogue across disciplines.
The Department of Modern Languages next speaker is Dr. Inge Genee. She will be speaking about the work being done on the Digital Blackfoot Dictionary.
This two successive two-hour tutorial session introduces participants to the skills necessary to speak confidently in public. To learn more visit www.uleth.ca/teachingcentre
Join SACPA, LPIRG, New Media PSAC, Women Scholars Speaker Series, ULFA Gender, Equity & Diversity Committee, Office of the President, ULSU and the Campus Women’s Centre
Join the Southern Alberta Council on Public Affairs.
The Department of Philosophy Colloquium Series will present "Is Beth Preston a Technological Determinist? Innovation and Material Culture" by Prof.
The Department of Philosophy Colloquium Series will present "Is Beth Preston a Technological Determinist? Innovation and Material Culture" by Hector MacIntyre (Research Services, U of L) on Thursday, November 26th...
The PUBlic Professor Series is a monthly, thought provoking series of pub-style talks that brings a range of experts and researchers from across the arts and sciences to the community for a spirited conversation.