Recent Videos

Recent Videos

University of Lethbridge President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Mike Mahon shares a message regarding the Fall 2020 Semester, as of May 4, 2020.

As the University of Lethbridge navigates the COVID-19 pandemic, U of L President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Mike Mahoin shared this message with the University community on March 20, 2020.

Prairie plants throughout southern Alberta may contain chemical properties that can be utilized in medicine, even to fight diseases such as cancer. Until now, nobody has studied them. Dr.

University of Lethbridge students, staff and faculty wish everyone a happy and healthy holiday season!

The University will be closed Dec. 24 (noon) to Jan. 1 inclusive.

The Alberta Energy Regulator has partnered with Piikani Nation and the University of Lethbridge to create the Braiding Environmental Knowledge program, which aims to integrate Indigenous knowledge with environmental monitoring technology.

On September 20, 2019, the School of Liberal Education hosted the third annual Social Justice Symposium, bringing the University of Lethbridge community together to discuss issues of importance.

Hundreds of uLethbridge alumni returned to campus to celebrate the opening of Science Commons. Thank you to all alumni who participated in these events!

Thousands of southern Albertans took advantage of the opportunity to visit the University of Lethbridge's new Science Commons during the Big Bang Grand Opening Weekend on September 13 and 14, 2019.

The Common Book Project, now in its third year, encourages all students, faculty, staff, alumni and interested community members to read a book chosen for current relevance.

On September 13, 2019, the University of Lethbridge community gathered to officially open Canada's most advanced facility for science education and research -- Science Commons.