U of L In The News

U of L In The News

U of L musicians mentor middle school band in virtual partnership

The U of L Wind Orchestra and Gilbert Paterson Middle School band program turned to each other

National Philanthropy Day 2020

Individuals with connections to the U of L are honoured

Aggrieved masculinity affecting Alberta

Dr. Peter Kellett on how a sense of aggrieved masculinity gave rise, in part, to Donald Trump

Indigenous perspectives key to unlocking success in modern business landscape

Canadian businesses that have adapted to include Indigenous perspectives are realizing greater success

Lethbridge Bridge Prize winner Sara De Waal

Last September UBC graduate student Sara De Waal won the University of Lethbridge’s Bridge Prize

U of L’s Identuality mainstage production is an online exploration of identity

Sixteen performers from all over the country have explored the idea of identity for the show

How Canada is repurposing precision medicine initiatives to fight the COVID-19 pandemic

U of L researchers discuss the promise of precision medicine

U of L to offer grad certificates in public health

Both programs will be offered on a part-time basis and can be completed over multiple terms

Lethbridge support for Movember unwavering despite ongoing pandemic

A group from the faculty of Education at the university is growing moustaches and raising funds

Reading for pleasure can help reduce pandemic stress, increase empathy

According to Dr. Robin Bright, outlets such as reading a novel could boost one’s emotional well-being

U of L forges partnership with South Alberta Light Horse reserve unit

Collaborations like that between the U of L and South Alberta Light Horse ultimately benefit students

How students can get screen time break during COVID-19: experts

Dr. Dawn McBride speaks about the pros and cons of increased online learning

University of Lethbridge professor shares insights into 2020 United States election

Tom Roulston is joined by University of Lethbridge sociology professor Trevor Harrison

Weight-loss Hockey FIT program starting January 2021

Hockey FIT is partnered with the U of L and the Western Hockey League to promote a healthy lifestyle approach to life

Exploring Lethbridge and southern Alberta’s spooky past

University Hall ghost story is part of the collection of tales

Mahon to chair COPPOA executive committee

COPPOA is an organization comprised of the presidents of Alberta’s 26 post-secondary institutions

Four new members join Lakeland College Board of Governors

U of L alumna Jessica Kelly among those appointed to the board

Health-care visionary ULAA 2020 Alumna of the Year

Cheryl Andres (BN ’87) is the 2020 Alumna of the Year

Richardson’s ground squirrels PUBlic Prof topic

Dr. Gail Michener to present “Love Them, Despise Them, Study Them: Perspectives on an iconic prairie animal.”

Lethbridge experts push for mental, physical health priority amid pandemic fatigue

Dr. Mark Slomp speaks of finding ways to deal with stress

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