U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Why is there so little talk of attracting men to female-dominated jobs?

Health Sciences professor Peter Kellett discusses gender balance in traditionally female-dominated careers

First ever Agricultural Scholarship awarded to U of L student

Lauren Machacek is the recipient of the inaugural $10,000 Rotary Exhibition Park Agricultural Scholarship

U of L study the first to examine the use of precision agriculture in irrigation farming in Alberta

Drs. Lorraine and Chris Nicol have conducted the first study in Alberta examining the adoption of precision agriculture in irrigation farming

Start your summer planning with U of L camps

The University of Lethbridge has opened registration for “summer camp” sessions focusing on music, drama, studio art and a variety of sports.

Alexandra School teacher nominated by public division for first-year award

U of L alumnus Travis Rapuano, a Grade 9 teacher at Alexandria Middle School, is the Medicine Hat Public School Division’s Edwin Parr Award nominee

These monkeys can barter, but can they gamble? Alberta prof hopes to find out

An Alberta psychology professor and team are heading to Bali to find out whether a unique population of long-tailed macaque monkeys can gamble as well as they can barter

Work-integrated learning connects student learning to workplace settings

Canadian post-secondary institutions are undergoing a noticeable shift toward experiential learning

University of Lethbridge honours Alta. rancher

Ralph Thrall III, owner of the McIntyre Ranch in southern Alberta, will be recognized by the Dhillon School of Business

U of L alumnus launches the Bridge Prize, a top award for post-secondary writers

The University of Lethbridge has become the launching pad for a nation-wide short story competition. The Bridge Prize

Lethbridge residents to receive blue curbside recycling bins in coming weeks

U of L's Luis Escobar says it’s a win-win situation; extending the landfill’s lifespan and making a difference to the environment

Why an education researcher is teaching young offenders to play chess

Chess for Life is an alternative sentencing program for 12- to 18-year-olds

Colour Fun Run hosted by U of L Students’ Union

The community came out to support Volunteer Lethbridge and the University of Lethbridge Students’ Union

Graduating U of L education students share research projects

Graduating education students – ready for classrooms across Alberta – took time Friday to share the results of teaching research projects

University of Lethbridge researchers receive more than $600,000 in funding

A dozen researchers at the University of Lethbridge have been awarded more than $600,000

Refugee students at U of L receive financial help

Former professor Al Barnhill made a donation to support refugee students sponsored through the local World University Service of Canada (WUSC) program

Residential schools have lasting impact: researcher

Research at the University of Lethbridge is showing there are lasting biological impacts to the Residential School experience

Sharing knowledge of the brain

Canadian Centre for Behavioral Neuroscience (CCBN) invited the community in on their major advances in understanding how the brain works

Huskies and Adolph right at home in Lethbridge, where Adolph's head coaching career got started

Dave Adolph found himself back where he started as a head coach in Canadian university men’s hockey

University Cup puts Maxwell’s family affair with Pronghorns on full display

A look at U of L Pronghorns and cousins Brooks and Russell Maxwell

Former Hurricanes hope to help Huskies howl at University Cup in Lethbridge

The WHL is represented with graduate players on all eight rosters of competing teams at the annual tournament

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