U of L In The News

U of L In The News

The Great Dark Wonder at Buloak Waterfront Park

Fine arts alumnus Tyler Muzzin's work is featured

U of L to bestow honorary degree on former prime minister

The Right Honourable Paul Martin, Canada’s 21st national leader, will be presented an honorary Doctor of Laws degree during convocation ceremonies at the University of Lethbridge

Lethbridge school opens new science facility

U of L’s $280 million Science Commons building is officially open

Jeffrey Spalding, renowned artist and curator, dead at 67

Former U of L Art Gallery curator passes suddenly

McCoy grad wins Judy Hagel Legacy funding

Cara Morrison is this year’s recipient of the $2,000 Judy Hagel Legacy Scholarship, which will go to her post-secondary education at the University of Lethbridge

Is it wrong to keep octopuses in captivity?

University of Lethbridge animal psychologist Jennifer Mather says octopuses fare well as pets

Not sure how to pronounce Blackfoot words? This new augmented reality app will show you how

U of L's Leo Fox plays role in keeping Blackfoot language alive

An animal environment for humans

Borderline Human exhibit opens

No answers 2 years after 20-year-old student vanishes -- a single case in an epidemic in American Native communities

Annita Lucchesi, a doctoral student at the U of L, has been critical to tracking the issue of missing Indigenous women

The deeper this purple octopus lives, the bumpier its skin

Jennifer Mather, an octopus expert at University of Lethbridge in Alberta, was impressed by the number of specimens studied

‘Lib Ed’ speakers series to discuss ‘Building Brains Together’ project

A “Building Brains and Futures” project has developed a curriculum aimed at improving “executive function” in preschoolers

World-famous classical guitarist to open Symphony Series

World-famous classical guitarist, U of L instructor Iliana Matos, is set to make her Canadian orchestral debut

Local grad making (sound) waves

Winnipeg native Kierian Turner has found that his path forward likely involves a marriage of music and business

Horns get the Suggitt Cup back

Horns downed the Alberta Pandas 34-12 in Canada West play Saturday afternoon

Tuesday’s FreeU to discuss impact of wildfires

Wildfires are increasingly a danger in Alberta – but what can be done to limit their impact?

Bright future for Alberta food corridor

While many parts of Alberta face recession, southern Alberta continues to grow

University of Lethbridge Neuropsychologist qualified as expert in Twigg and Scout manslaughter trial

University of Lethbridge Neuropsychologist Dr. Robert James Sutherland was called as a potential Defense witness by lawyer Ingrid Hess

Macleans: University of Lethbridge is Canada’s 5th best university

The University of Lethbridge once again ranks highly in national surveys

U of L workshop on oral history of Milk River and area Saturday

Memories and stories of the Milk River area will be shared Saturday in Milk River, when residents meet oral history experts from the University of Lethbridge

Is this colour-changing octopus dreaming about catching a crab?

Dr. Jennifer Mather comments on the possibility that cephalopods dream while they sleep