Recent Community Videos

Recent Community Videos

Dr. Craig Coburn presented "Understanding the Complexities of Imaging the Earth: The Challenge of Image Calibration," as part of the PUBlic Professor Series, on Thursday, November 9, 2015 at Lethbridge City Hall.

On Thursday, October 22, 2015, Dr. Olga Kovalchuk presented, Epigenetics of Health and Disease – From Personalized Science to Personalized Medicine, to a packed room at Lethbridge City Hall.

Dr. Craig Cooper, dean of the Faculty of Arts & Science and professor of history, kicked off the 2015 PUBlic Professor Series with his presentation Catching the Crook in Classical Athens.

University of Lethbridge faculty, staff and retirees are putting students first by contributing to Supporting Our Students (SOS), an annual campaign to raise money for student awards.

One day, Kevan Bryant will impact a whole generation of learners. Today she is a student in the Master of Education, Counselling Psychology program, at the University of Lethbridge, where she has received a long list of scholarships and awards.

On March 10, 2014, Rick Mercer spent the day with the University of Lethbridge Pronghorn Athletics throwing team filming for an episode of the Rick Mercer Report on CBC.

The University of Lethbridge community was deeply saddened by the loss of long-time friend and supporter Dr. Ed McNally (LLD ’05) in August. Early in 2014, the Faculty of Health Sciences was honoured to recognize Dr. McNally as the 2014 Friend of Health Sciences Award recipient.

Jim Coutts, a southern Alberta-based art collector, political advisor and philanthropist, has formally turned over his homestead property and a significant portion of his art collection to the University of Lethbridge, thereby creating the Coutts Centre for Western Canadian Heritage.

Longtime University of Lethbridge employee Linda Embury is one of the great ambassadors on campus. She also sees the Supporting Our Students campaign as an essential program, providing opportunities for students that may otherwise not exist.

The Destination Project, the most significant undertaking for the University of Lethbridge since the construction of the original University Hall in 1972, includes the construction of new science facilities that will house the majority of the science teaching and research activities on campus.