The Alex Johnston Lectures, delivered annually at The University of Lethbridge or other Lethbridge public places, are given by distinguished or popular historians and others in commemoration of the late Dr. Alex Johnston.
Visiting speakers discuss a broad array of issues related to the contemporary built environment and design on every scale.
The Alberta RNA Research and Training Institute (ARRTI) presents the ARRTI Speaker Series, a monthly lecture series open to the public and established to bring leading researchers to the University of Lethbridge for lectures on a broad range of topics relating to RNA research.
Artists, curators, art historians, critics and gallerists, from across Canada and beyond, address a broad array of artistic practices and issues in contemporary art.
The Brenda Milner Lecture Series (BMLS) is an annual event in honour of Brenda Milner, one of Canada's most eminent neuroscientists.
Through the generous sponsorship of the Chartered Professional Accountants and facilitated by the Dhillon School of Business Professional Development Program, well known leaders from all sectors of society share their knowledge, insights and experiences on relevant topics. Topics are chosen with a view to maximize interest among faculty, professional members of the community, alumni and current/potential U of L students.
Established and emerging innovators in the creative fields, and exponents of cross-disciplinary and hybrid practices discuss their work and reflect on contemporary cultural production.
The Discovery Lecture Series aims to expand intellectual horizons and inspire the open discussion of issues, including those that are controversial, by presenting speakers who are nationally or internationally renowned in their field and accessible and familiar to a wide variety of audiences.
The F.E.L. Priestley Lecture was endowed in 1987, in memory of Professor Priestley, whose fifty-year academic career began as a teacher in a one-room school in Pine Coulee, and ended when he retired from University College, University of Toronto, in 1972.
In recognition of Dr. Holmes’ record as both scientist, administrator, and academic concerned with public policy, the Lectures are to be given on topics of public significance concerned with the sciences and with the nature and goals of the university in contemporary times.
The Lecture is to be delivered by distinguished scholars of national or international reputation.
The Physics and Astronomy Speaker Series present current and relevant research by Physicists and Astronomers from across the country and beyond, in the form of colloquia. If you are interested in the fascinating world of Physics and Astronomy, you should check this out.
The PUBlic Professor Series is a monthly, thought provoking series of pub-style talks that brings a range of experts and researchers from across the arts and sciences to the community for a spirited conversation.
According to the Students' Union constitution, the student VP Academic will "Organize, in conjunction with the Communication Coordinator, an academic speakers series."
The Tagg Yoshida Lectures were inaugurated in 1998 to honour the work in liberal education by professors Ronald Yoshida (Department of Philosophy) and James Tagg (Department of History).
This series emphasizes the careers of women in Canada and serves as encouragement to our students. Through the series, the U of L invites eight to ten speakers to campus.
These visits involve meetings with classes, presentations to local groups, meeting with students, and a public presentation.