U of L In The News

U of L In The News

Predators line up for grasshoppers

Dr. Dan Johnson addresses the Manitoba Agronomists Conference

University of Lethbridge and North & Company LLP readying to present 10th annual Play Day to community

The power of play and all its benefits may be more important now than ever.

$25,000 donation supports students at U of L’s Dhillon School of Business

The gift builds on the bursary Costco first established in 2015 to provide one bursary to a second-year student

Fake news, pandemic, evolving job market — a liberal education is needed more than ever

Dr. Shelly Wismath explains how critical thinkers are more prepared for the changing world

Cannabis cultivar study reaches clinical trial stage

Drs. Olga and Igor Kovalchuk's cannabis cultivar study into treating COVID-19 symptoms now in trials

Heart and Stroke campaign goes virtual

The foundation is currently funding 39 research projects in Alberta, including the work of Dr. Richard Larouche at the University of Lethbridge

Windy Rafters homestead is setting for book series

U of L alumna Ronalee Orr is writing a children’s fiction series set at her family homestead

Heart of a Community

Alumnus Dr. Anmol Kapoor and Raman Kapoor are leaders in their community

Federal government has had Albertans' back during COVID

Dr. Trevor Harrison makes the case that Ottawa isn't the big bad wolf it's been made out to be

Students continue to build work experience despite pandemic restrictions

U of L students continue to engage in work-integrated learning activities as they prepare to transition from academic to professional careers

Documentary in the works: Lethbridge filmmaker selected for TELUS STORYHIVE funding

Dr. Lance Grigg's Chess for Life program gets the documentary treatment

Nelson trio commit to college, university programs with assistance from 'Caps 2 College

Kieran Dehnel committed to play for the Pronghorns women's soccer team

After the raid: White Bear's gamble opened a path to First Nations sovereignty

Yale Belanger's book Gambling with the Future documents the history of political and legal battles First Nations fought to build their own gaming institutions

Re-imagining experiential learning during the pandemic

Work-integrated learning takes on even greater importance

Avison Young launches real estate and infrastructure offering

Alumnus Scott Pickles, a seasoned real estate and infrastructure consultant, joins AY from Colliers

Black history project evolves into documentary

Thanks to the collaboration of five professors, Black History On The Prairies as part of the U of L's Anti-Racism Film Series took shape

Lethbridge post-secondary schools see spike in demand for financial aid during COVID-19

Officials say they had to react quickly to make emergency funding available to students

'Predictability' under a Biden Administration for Alberta: Sociology Professor

Dr. Trevor Harrison says there will be a level of regularity under president Joe Biden.

Blue Monday the most depressing day

Registered psychologist and U of L counsellor Carly Sharpe addresses how to deal with the winter blahs

Experts discuss ways to beat winter blues amid ‘Blue Monday’

Drs. Sienna Caspar and Jennifer Copeland discuss conquering the Blue Monday blues