U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Movers and Shakers - Otherworldly Opportunity

Graduate student Adam Christiansen is featured for his work in Dr. Naylor's lab

Scientists image heart RNA structure for first time

Scientists, including U of L's Dr. Trushar Patel, at Los Alamos and international partners have created the first 3-D images of a special type of RNA molecule that is critical for stem cell programming and known as the “dark matter” of the genome

Operation Red Nose provides over 860 safe rides home during the holiday season in Lethbridge

The 25th installment of Operation Red Nose turned out some strong numbers.

U of L grad one of Canada’s top young producers

Gianna Isabella (Magliocco (BFA '10)), a southern Alberta film producer, has been named one of the top emerging film producers in Canada

Website documents climate change in Alberta since the 1950s, and what it might look in the decades ahead

Albertans wanting a glimpse of how much climate has changed in the province in recent decades — and those wondering how it might change in the decades to come — can now turn to an interactive website.

Pronghorns edged in ringette final

The Pronghorns played nine games in five days to come in second in the nation.

Most Canadians Still Think Country More Divided Than Ever

U of L's Dr. Geoffrey Hale comments on feelings of anger and alienation in Western Canada following last fall's election.

Science Commons highlight for U of L in 2019

Mahon said the biggest positive event of 2019 was the official opening of the new $280-million Science Commons building, a significant capital project five times larger than anything the university had done before.

Lethbridge man builds net-zero home for environmental and economic sustainability

U of L's Dr. James Byrne, commenting on a net-zero home built by Valdrin Jashari in Lethbridge, says he believes a revolution is quickly coming in the housing industry.

Horns latest recruits a family affair

Madeleine Noonan and Mallory Dyer to join their older sisters on the Horns women's hockey team

Art exhibit in Lethbridge En Plein Air is a French phrase meaning 'in the plain air'

En Plein Air 2019 was held recently at the Penny Building Gallery in downtown Lethbridge

‘Shakespeare Meets Dickens’ tonight at Casa

This year’s feature, “A Christmas Carol,” was written by University of Lethbridge drama professor emeritus Richard Epp

$15M grant to help strengthen Blackfoot student ties with U of L

Mastercard Foundation is providing a $15-million grant to fund and strengthen the existing collaboration between the peoples of the Blackfoot Confederacy and the U of L

U of L Professor: large-scale cuts to public sector not the best way to manage Alberta’s economy

Economist, Dr. Richard Mueller, presents at SACPA

New West offering entertainment for kids over holidays

The Legend of the List Tooth is written and directed by University of Lethbridge drama professor Nicola Elson

U of L signs double-degree agreement with international partner

The U of L and Japan’s Hokkai-Gakuen University (HGU) have signed a double-degree agreement

Leader in agricultural education recognized by United Nations

Alumna Lindsey Verhaeghe was one of 10 recipients of the United Nations Global Compact 2019 Sustainable Development Goals Pioneer award

‘Darwinian Paradox’: How same-sex mating in animals has been perplexing scientists for years

Dr. Paul Vasey's work is cited in this examination of same-sex relationships

Syrian refugee appreciative of efforts by U of L student group

Anne Dymond and Abdullah Mouslli spoke on the efforts of the World University Service of Canada

U of L Faculty of Fine Arts hosting Abbondanza on Jan. 24

The University of Lethbridge Faculty of Fine Arts is presenting an evening to celebrate and raise funds for student scholarships