The Destination Project — a new science and academic building — will shape the future of the University of Lethbridge and southern Alberta.
Collaboration: The Destination Project will bring together faculty and students from across science disciplines, promoting and enabling curricular innovation, helping students achieve their academic goals and fostering a community of science at the U of L and across southern Alberta.
Innovation: It will be a place where undergraduate and graduate students can begin their careers in the sciences, where they will take their ideas and, with the help of faculty researchers, entrepreneurs and industry mentors, turn them into productive businesses.
Dissemination: The Destination Project is a place where knowledge will be shared, but not just between professors and students. Discoveries and innovations will also be shared with the community by offering rich resources for lifelong learning. It will enable a hands-on approach to learning that will ignite a greater curiosity for science in adults and children.
“The Destination Project will be transformational, the most significant development of our Lethbridge campus since University Hall was completed in 1972. The new facility will be more than a teaching and research space, but a place for community engagement and outreach.”
- Dr. Mike Mahon
President and Vice-Chancellor
University of Lethbridge
Learn more about the Destination Project.