Our University’s Blackfoot name is Iniskim, meaning Sacred Buffalo Stone. The University of Lethbridge acknowledges and deeply appreciates the Siksikaitsitapii peoples’ connection to their traditional territory. We, as people living and benefiting from Blackfoot Confederacy traditional territory, honour the traditions of people who have cared for this land since time immemorial. We recognize the diverse population of Aboriginal peoples who attend the University of Lethbridge and the contributions these Aboriginal peoples have made in shaping and strengthening the University community in the past, present, and in the future.
Shining graduate student Oluwadamilola Fadodun sees a future where women in Africa can freely access health care
Oluwadamilola (Dammy) Fadodun (MSc(N) '23) is passionate about her research in women's and children's health. She intends to work towards a future where women in Africa can access preventive health-care services.
Apoyaakii (Fair-Skinned Woman), Keely Wadsworth wanted her post-secondary education to honour Indigenous history and culture. She knew by enrolling at the University of Lethbridge her dream would become reality. Now four years …
Addictions Counselling program has been a life-changing experience for Virginia
Virginia Ridge, an Addictions Counselling major, came to ULethbridge as a college transfer student. Having experienced addiction first-hand, the knowledge and skills she's gained in the program have been life-changing.