The University of Lethbridge is celebrating the new location of its Calgary Campus with its post-secondary, community, alumni, and government partners, as Bow Valley College officially opens its South Campus today.
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The General Faculties Council at the University of Lethbridge has approved the creation of three new collaborative–and diverse–research centres, which will focus on the creation of oral history, develop community-based collaborations, and bring together chemistry and biochemistry researchers from around the world to further their expertise in fluorine technologies.
University of Lethbridge graduate students will share their passion for science with local high school students by organizing an event that provides hands-on experience in seven different science disciplines.
Exile at Last features poetry written during and after the Holocaust by internationally recognized Yiddish author and Holocaust survivor Chava Rosenfarb.
University of Lethbridge astrophysicist's imaging technology, which typically finds distant galaxies, could help cancer researcher make his breakthrough.
A chance meeting at a local science fair, a lab tour, and some discussions over coffee have led to an innovative research partnership between a University of Lethbridge physics research team that looks into the far reaches of space, and a cancer research team from the same university that is chasing down rogue cancer cells deep inside in the human body.
After a series of workshops and gruelling pitch sessions to a tough panel of judges, the 2013 South Venture Business Plan Competition winners are ready to take their business ideas to the next level.
Already recognized as a national leader in remote sensing technology and its applications, the University of Lethbridge has added to its research capacity with the addition of a new Chair in Terrestrial Ecosystem Remote Sensing, Dr. Chris Hopkinson.
It's not quite speed dating, but the idea is similar.
On Friday, March 22, the Office of Research & Innovation Services (ORIS) team will host its first Community/University Research Exchange (CURE) event where they are looking to do some relationship building between community groups and University of Lethbridge researchers.
The Board of Directors of the Southern Alberta Art Gallery announced March 7, 2013 that Marilyn Smith, Executive Director, will retire from the gallery in mid-July.
The KidWind Challenge is a student-oriented wind turbine design contest. Over a period of a few months, students spend time designing and constructing their own wind turbines with the goal of creating a device that is efficient, elegant and highly functional.
A group of University of Lethbridge students and some professors will once again brave the cold at the annual 5 Days for the Homeless event, which takes place from March 10 (evening setup) to March 15 (finish at 5:00 p.m.) near the SU Building bus loop on the U of L campus.
A pioneering space imaging mission that sent a U of L Physics research device on a 1.5 million kilometre trip into deep space aboard the Herschel Space Observatory might be nearing its conclusion, but that doesn't mean the end of the project for the research team.
The University of Lethbridge Senate has confirmed a diverse and distinguished group of five persons as recipients of Honorary Degrees for 2013.
BMO Financial Group is donating 67 original pastel portraits by Nicholas de Grandmaison (1892-1978) from its art collection to the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery.
The collection, which is valued at more than $1.66 million, spans a period of more than 30 years and traces the development of de Grandmaison's talent and facility as one of the most important painters and portraitists of western First Nations people in Canada.
The Women of Distinction Awards are presented to women who have distinguished themselves through their achievement as individuals or as groups, as members of the community and as role models for other women. The annual presentation of these awards reflects the YWCA Lethbridge and District's commitment to increase the public recognition of the significant contributions made to our community by women in all walks of life.
There are many special women in southern Alberta who deserve to be recognized for their accomplishments and their efforts to improve the lives of women. The YWCA would like to congratulate the following women as winners of the 2013 Women of Distinction Awards.