U of L In The News

U of L In The News

U of L extending holiday break for students

The move will give students much-needed additional time with family and friends

Indigenous knowledge and technology at MIT: “Is it wise?”

Jackson 2bears is one of 10 Indigenous media scholars and artists convened at MIT for the inaugural Indigenous Digital Delegation

WLU, ULethbridge offer new courses in Indigenous issues

ULethbridge’s Conversational Indigenization: Reconciling Reconciliation will allow students to learn terminology used in reconciliation and Indigenization

Former U of L basketball star named to Canada West Hall of Fame

The basketball stand-out played five seasons at the University of Lethbridge

University transcripts move into the digital age

The National Network will be a digital credential wallet that allows learners to securely store all of their certifications and transcripts

University of Lethbridge Science Commons building recognized for architectural design

Science Commons has been recognized as an “exemplar for climate-responsive research buildings"

Megola Product Lines May Help Combat COVID-19 Virus and Boost Mental Health

A preclinical study by the University of Lethbridge indicates a number of CBD strains could impact COVID-19 infections

Southern Alberta residents share diabetes diagnoses to help raise awareness

Dr. Richard Larouche speaks about the growing rates of diabetes

Bridge Prize Main Jury finalized for 2022 national literary competition

The Bridge Prize, Canada’s largest literary prize for post-secondary students, has finalized its jury for the 2022 competition

PEISO presents Glen and Magdalena

The U of L's Glen Montgomery is featured

Simon says active youth enjoy company

PhD candidate Simon Schaerz's research into youth activity trends

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

Lethbridge support for Movember unwavering despite ongoing pandemic

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

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