U of L In The News

U of L In The News

University of Lethbridge professors’ 3D-printed masks go beyond city’s borders

Professors at the U of L are reaching beyond the city limits with their 3D printed creations.

Former Salmon Arm Sockeye earns swimming MVP at University of Lethbridge

Tricia Fair, who grew up swimming with the Salmon Arm Sockeyes, was named the women’s swim MVP

Destination Exploration going online

The U of L's Destination Exploration community outreach program has taken its delivery online with the launch of At Home with Destination Exploration.

New head of business and client development at Vineland Research and Innovation Centre

Vineland Research and Innovation Centre has appointed U of L alumn Phillip Stephan (BSc '02) as its new Vice President, Business and Client Development

Weighing deaths from COVID-19 against ‘deaths from despair’

Dr. Reg Bibby compiled data showing no less than 96 per cent of the COVID-19 related deaths in Canada so far have been people 60 and over

Graduating U of L students to receive “convocation in a box”

The University of Lethbridge has found a way to celebrate graduating students without holding an in-person ceremony

Housing liaison worker aims to help people achieve success

U of L alumna, Jennifer Westwood, is Fort Macleod’s new housing liaison worker

Graduating U of L students to receive “convocation in a box”

The University of Lethbridge has found a way to celebrate graduating students without holding an in-person ceremony

Alberta Health South zone COVID-19 demographics broken down

University of Lethbridge sociologist Reginald Bibby has been examining government data

University of Lethbridge professor recovers from COVID-19

University of Lethbridge psychology professor Jennifer Mather is recovering from COVID-19.

Anxiety normal response to COVID-19 crisis

Registered U of L psychologist Jennifer-Ellis Toddington says "we’re all in this together"

Small named new Pronghorns coach

Jermaine Small has been named the new head coach of the Pronghorn men’s basketball program

Biotech industry to get a boost

The southern Alberta biotech industry will get a boost this spring thanks to some innovative work out of the U of L

Pronghorn rugby adds key recruit

The Pronghorns women’s rugby team has announced a second player to next year’s recruiting class

Calgary woman doesn’t let terminal cancer stop her from graduating with nursing degree

U of L nurasing student Alysha Ramus was the guest of honor for a special graduation ceremony at the Tom Baker Cancer Centre

U of L connects experts through STEM Fusion conference

The University of Lethbridge launched a new platform for collisions between faculty members, students and industry leaders

University of Lethbridge names new Indigenous Student Services manager

The new manager of Indigenous Student Services is a homecoming of sorts for Lindi Shade

University of Lethbridge’s Agility Zone solves problem in Science Commons

Staff at the University of Lethbridge turned to the school’s Agility Innovation Zone when they faced a design problem with the new Science Commons building.

ULSU Colour Fun run to benefit Volunteer Lethbridge

Volunteer Lethbridge, in partnership with the University of Lethbridge Students’ Union, will present its eighth annual Colour Fun Run on April 5 at the U of L campus.

Bosch named Canada West all-star

Kacie Bosch, Pronghorns fifth-year graduate, has been named to the Canada West 2019-20 Second All-Star Team Thursday for the second straight year.