Recent Community Videos

Recent Community Videos

It is one thing to recognize a student/colleague/organization in need. It takes a special person to jump in and try to meet that need — a person like Dr. Mary Dyck.

University of British Columbia (UBC) graduate student Sara de Waal is the inaugural winner of the University of Lethbridge’s Bridge Prize national short story writing competition, earning a $7,500 first-place award from a pool of 340 story submissions.

This year, members of the uLethbridge community brought convocation “home” to Lethbridge-based graduates who received academic medals.

"In accordance with the statutes of the Province of Alberta, I hereby confer upon all candidates the degrees to which they are entitled, with all the rights and privileges pertaining thereto." ~ Charles Weaselhead, uLethbridge Chancellor.

University of Lethbridge Chancellor Charles Weaselhead and President and Vice-Chancellor Mike Mahon bring National Indigenous Peoples Day greetings.

Thousands of southern Albertans took advantage of the opportunity to visit the University of Lethbridge's new Science Commons during the Big Bang Grand Opening Weekend on September 13 and 14, 2019.

On September 13, 2019, the University of Lethbridge community gathered to officially open Canada's most advanced facility for science education and research -- Science Commons.

On April 12, 2019 the Dhillon School of Business honoured Ralph A. Thrall III and the McIntyre Ranch for the 2019 Scholarship Dinner.

Dr. Anne Dymond, an art history professor in the University of Lethbridge’s Faculty of Fine Arts, could not sit idly by as a humanitarian crisis was unfolding in Syria.

When the southern Alberta community rallied together to establish the University of Lethbridge 50-plus years ago, their vision was bold: to create a unique liberal education-based institution that would serve the needs of southern Alberta students and enhance the economic and cultural diversity o