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    Students gain research skills through Mitacs internships

    Students gain research skills through Mitacs internships

    Faculty of Arts and Science
    Two Bears named Tier II Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Arts Research and Technology

    Two Bears named Tier II Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Arts Research and Technology

    The Government of Canada has named Jackson 2Bears, assistant professor of Indigenous art studio and media arts at the University of Lethbridge, a Tier II Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Arts Research and Technology.
    Faculty of Fine Arts
    Gambling in the Time of COVID: Dr. Carrie A. Leonard Research Highlight

    Gambling in the Time of COVID: Dr. Carrie A. Leonard Research Highlight

    When the casinos are shut down, where do gamblers go? Dr. Carrie A. Leonard wants to find out.
    Research and Creative Activity
    Bridging Neuroscience and Education

    Bridging Neuroscience and Education

    “I chose the MEd Teaching, Learning and Neuroscience program because it is the only one offered in western Canada to bridge the three disciplines of psychology, neuroscience, and education."
    Faculty of Education
    A Career Devoted to Teachers and Students

    A Career Devoted to Teachers and Students

    "Teachers who understand neuropsychology improve pedagogy." Neuroscientist Dr. Bryan Kolb credits Faculty of Education's Dr. Nancy Grigg for her key role in developing Canada’s first Master of Education in Teaching, Learning and Neuroscience.
    Faculty of Education
    Teaching and Assessing for Life Beyond the Classroom

    Teaching and Assessing for Life Beyond the Classroom

    Quality of life for two of Slomp’s disabled brothers has hinged upon advocacy writing. The ability of family members to problem solve what various agencies needed from them in their proposals for services and supports spelled the difference between thriving and despair.
    Faculty of Education
    Artist Mary Kavanagh examines atomic legacies

    Artist Mary Kavanagh examines atomic legacies

    75th anniversary of first nuclear detonation topic of international exhibitions by Mary Kavanagh
    Faculty of Fine Arts
    Wellness is the Coulees: Aaron Stout

    Wellness is the Coulees: Aaron Stout

    "With the move to online delivery of our Fall 2020 semester, we still want our Faculty of Education students to be aware that wellness is a key component of our program."
    Faculty of Education
    From Prairie to pharmacy: Haley Shade blends traditional knowledge with scientific approaches

    From Prairie to pharmacy: Haley Shade blends traditional knowledge with scientific approaches

    In the Cancer Cell and Natural Product Laboratories at uLethbridge, biological sciences student Haley Shade is gaining valuable research experience testing prairie plants for anti-cancer compounds.
    Shining Students
    Saving the Greater Sage-Grouse: Dr. Graham's Research Highlight

    Saving the Greater Sage-Grouse: Dr. Graham's Research Highlight

    Research and Creative Activity
    Coping with COVID-19: Loneliness

    Coping with COVID-19: Loneliness

    “The definition of loneliness is feeling alone against our will,” says Dr. Dawn McBride, drawing on the words of developmental psychologist, Susan Pinker. At a time of mandatory social isolation and distancing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this definition can apply to all of us.
    ulethcares
    PhD student earns prestigious, highly competitive postgraduate scholarships

    PhD student earns prestigious, highly competitive postgraduate scholarships

    Congratulations to Tyler Mrozowich, a PhD student in Dr. Trushar Patel’s laboratory at the Alberta RNA Research and Training Institute and the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry. He is a recipient of the prestigious and highly competitive NSERC Postgraduate Scholarships-Doctoral program.
    Faculty of Arts and Science
    Undergraduate student authors manuscript published in leading international journal

    Undergraduate student authors manuscript published in leading international journal

    Undergraduate student, Marielle Stoutjesdyk, is the lead author of a manuscript published in a leading international journal.
    Faculty of Arts and Science
    Five questions with Dr. Kelly Williams-Whitt: Psychosocial hazards and employer and employee well-being

    Five questions with Dr. Kelly Williams-Whitt: Psychosocial hazards and employer and employee well-being

    Dr. Kelly Williams-Whitt, Associate Dean of the Dhillon School of Business and a Labour Arbitrator, discusses Psychosocial Hazards and the Well-being of Employers and Employees.
    Dhillon School of Business
    Coping with COVID-19: Harnessing Our Natural Stress Response

    Coping with COVID-19: Harnessing Our Natural Stress Response

    The goal while in this global health crisis is not to chase feeling calm, but rather to build confidence that ‘I will survive this.’ Once we can start taking control of what we can control, hope returns and thriving is reactivated.
    Faculty of Education
    Alumna artist takes visitors to the Helen Christou Gallery via Instagram

    Alumna artist takes visitors to the Helen Christou Gallery via Instagram

    Faculty of Fine Arts
    Graduate Student Profile: Benjamin Dosu Jnr, PhD

    Graduate Student Profile: Benjamin Dosu Jnr, PhD

    Benjamin hopes his study will be the first steps towards improving water security for marginalized communities.
    School of Graduate Studies
    Graduate Student Profile: Harley Morman, PhD

    Graduate Student Profile: Harley Morman, PhD

    Harley is a visual artist who blends his artistic talent with his interest in contemporary art, material culture, and trans studies.
    School of Graduate Studies
    Research Highlight: Nicola Elson and Julia Wasilewski

    Research Highlight: Nicola Elson and Julia Wasilewski

    Have you heard of Hootenanny? Nicola and Julia invite you to enjoy this community-building, family theatre experience.
    School of Graduate Studies
    Canada Research Chair Monique Giroux hopes to inspire future Indigenous researchers

    Canada Research Chair Monique Giroux hopes to inspire future Indigenous researchers

    Canada Research Chair Dr. Monique Giroux (Music) engages students in her research projects with the hope of inspiring the next generation of Indigenous researchers and ethnomusicologists.
    Research and Creative Activity
    Research Highlight: Dr. Mark Walton

    Research Highlight: Dr. Mark Walton

    Can theories of the microscopic be reconciled with our everyday, macroscopic world?
    Research and Creative Activity
    Research Highlight: Dr. Amy Shaw

    Research Highlight: Dr. Amy Shaw

    What happens when Canadian citizens finally meet their fabled ‘enemy’?
    Research and Creative Activity
    Janet Youngdahl Celebrates the Works of Female Composer Barbara Strozzi

    Janet Youngdahl Celebrates the Works of Female Composer Barbara Strozzi

    In celebration of the 400th anniversary of 17th century composer Barbara Strozzi, Janet Youngdahl (Music) will perform and present research with collaborators and colleagues throughout the coming months.
    Faculty of Fine Arts
    Short Film by Fine Arts Alumni Hits Film Festival Circuit

    Short Film by Fine Arts Alumni Hits Film Festival Circuit

    Short film “A Wink or a Smile”, written and directed by Blake Evernden, had its first screening and was awarded “Short best comedy” by the Alternative Film Festival, and has been accepted to the International Shorts Film Festival
    Faculty of Fine Arts
    Canada's Most Advanced Facility for Science

    Canada's Most Advanced Facility for Science

    A new era in scientific research and education has dawned with the official opening of the University of Lethbridge’s $280-million Science Commons.
    U of L Shines
    Employee Spotlight: Dr. Brendan McAllister, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council Post-doctoral Fellow, Department of Neuroscience

    Employee Spotlight: Dr. Brendan McAllister, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council Post-doctoral Fellow, Department of Neuroscience

    Meet Dr. Brendan McAllister, a post-doctoral fellow conducting research in Dr. Majid Mohajerani's neuroscience lab.
    Faculty and Staff
    Employee Spotlight: Nicole Bach (BSc '19), Project Manager, Destination Project

    Employee Spotlight: Nicole Bach (BSc '19), Project Manager, Destination Project

    Nicole Bach has been involved with the Destination Project from its earliest days through to completion, all while finishing her degree!
    Faculty and Staff
    Drama Faculty Members Theatre Company Wins Multiple Awards

    Drama Faculty Members Theatre Company Wins Multiple Awards

    Jay Whitehead's Theatre Outré won the Downtown Innovators Award and the Hilton Edwards Award for Best Aspect of a Production. They also held the world premiere of alumnus Marshall Vielle's 'Where the Two-Spirit Lives' in 2019.
    Faculty of Fine Arts
    Employee Spotlight: Dr. Borries Demeler, Professor and Canada 150 Research Chair, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry

    Employee Spotlight: Dr. Borries Demeler, Professor and Canada 150 Research Chair, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry

    Dr. Borries Demeler, whose expertise is in analytical ultracentrifugation, once made his living as a carpenter.
    Faculty and Staff
    Alumni Profile: Samuel Williams (BFA-New Media '08)

    Alumni Profile: Samuel Williams (BFA-New Media '08)

    Alumni profile of Samuel Williams, (BFA - New Media '08). Samuel is a concept artist, visual developer and art director working for companies such as Nickelodeon, Disney and LEGO.
    Faculty of Fine Arts
    Digital Audio Arts Student Buoyed by Support From Sakamoto Research Prize and Chinook Summer Research Award

    Digital Audio Arts Student Buoyed by Support From Sakamoto Research Prize and Chinook Summer Research Award

    As an accomplished musician, Ryland Chambers-Moranz is comfortable on the stage and in the recording studio. As a Digital Audio Arts (DAA) student and researcher in the University of Lethbridge’s Faculty of Fine Arts, he’s proving just as adept at analyzing music in its analog and digital forms.
    Faculty of Fine Arts
    Mitacs Award Winner Takes Studies Overseas to Italy

    Mitacs Award Winner Takes Studies Overseas to Italy

    Austin Kothig was awarded the Mitacs Globalink Research Award through collaboration between uLethbridge neuroscience professor, Dr. Matthew Tata, and Dr. Francesco Rea from the Italian Institute of Technology (IIT) in Genoa, Italy.
    Faculty of Arts and Science
    Diverse Skill Set Aids Geography Graduate Banting in Professional Career

    Diverse Skill Set Aids Geography Graduate Banting in Professional Career

    For geography alumnus James Banting (BSc ’09, MSc ’16), the University of Lethbridge was the environment he needed to discover his passion. He started with general science, looked at political science and finally settled on geography.
    Faculty of Arts and Science
    Graduate Student Profile: Elani Bykowski, MSc

    Graduate Student Profile: Elani Bykowski, MSc

    Elani Bykowski searches for more efficient and cost-effective ways of diagnosing brain and spinal cord injury
    School of Graduate Studies
    Food-Supply Matchmaking: Exploring Food Connection Options in Southern Alberta

    Food-Supply Matchmaking: Exploring Food Connection Options in Southern Alberta

    John Usher, uLethbridge Dhillon School of Business professor, investigated whether local producers could benefit from a regional food hub, and unearthed new ways local producers are connecting food to community.
    Dhillon School of Business
    Faculty-member Commissioned by Renowned Penderecki String Quartet

    Faculty-member Commissioned by Renowned Penderecki String Quartet

    Dr. Arlan Schultz, chair of the University of Lethbridge Department of Music, has been commissioned to write a new work for Ontario's internationally celebrated Penderecki String Quartet.
    Faculty of Fine Arts
    Graduate Student Profile: Migueltzinta Solis, MFA

    Graduate Student Profile: Migueltzinta Solis, MFA

    Through cultural hybridity and queering of rural political and cultural paradigms, Migueltzinta disentangles ideas of land and gender, western expansion and the imaging of colonially occupied territory.
    School of Graduate Studies
    Improving Health Care for Older Adults

    Improving Health Care for Older Adults

    Focusing on care for older adults in rural Alberta, Dr. Julia Brassolotto is using her interdisciplinary expertise as a social scientist and health-services researcher to examine how living in a rural area affects health and health care.
    Research and Creative Activity
    Graduate Student Profile: Clifford Donovan, MSc

    Graduate Student Profile: Clifford Donovan, MSc

    Artificial neural networks and deep learning are helping Clifford understand how addiction functions within the brain.
    School of Graduate Studies
    Creating a Brighter Future for Elementary School Students

    Creating a Brighter Future for Elementary School Students

    Working with a local elementary school, uLethbridge alumna and neuroscience researcher Dr. Robbin Gibb is taking leading brain research right into the classroom.
    Research and Creative Activity
    Lighting the Way in Alzheimer's Research

    Lighting the Way in Alzheimer's Research

    Researchers the U of L's CCBN and Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry are working together to shine new light on Alzheimer's disease.
    Research and Creative Activity
    Shining New Light on Virus Pandemics

    Shining New Light on Virus Pandemics

    From Dengue fever to Zika virus, a different virus pandemics makes headlines almost monthly. University of Lethbridge's Dr. Trushar Patel and his team are shining new light on viruses in an effort to inhibit their replication.
    Research and Creative Activity
    Siblings Pull Together to Fight Parkinson's

    Siblings Pull Together to Fight Parkinson's

    Siblings Eleanor (Hummel) Smith (BEd ’91), Bernie Hummel and Ruth Hummel Thomson (MA ’10) have established the George and Alice Hummel Neuroscience Award in honour of their parents.
    U of L Shines
    Graduate Student Profile: Stefan Lenz, PhD

    Graduate Student Profile: Stefan Lenz, PhD

    Stefan is searching out new avenues of therapy and treatment for cancer via DNA repair enzymes.
    School of Graduate Studies
    Chess Gives At-risk Youth a Chance

    Chess Gives At-risk Youth a Chance

    As part of a unique youth sentencing initiative, uLethbridge faculty member Dr. Lance Grigg, a multidisciplinary team of researchers and graduate students, and a Provincial Court of Alberta judge are exploring how chess affects youths' thought-processes and decision-making.
    Research and Creative Activity
    Bryn Hewko (MFA ’16): 2018 Young Alumnus of the Year

    Bryn Hewko (MFA ’16): 2018 Young Alumnus of the Year

    A bright, engaging and innovative entrepreneur, Bryn Hewko has already made huge inroads into the cinema industry and worked with some long trusted and recognizable brands while providing new media students and recent grads internships and employment opportunities.
    Alumni
    Bill Spenceley (BSc ’81): 2018 Alumnus of the Year

    Bill Spenceley (BSc ’81): 2018 Alumnus of the Year

    A business leader with a strong research background, alumnus Bill Spenceley has guided his local company to worldwide success, all while taking a leading role in environmental sustainability and empowering the next generation of uLethbridge students through collaborative projects and ventures.
    Alumni
    Graduate Student Profile: Takara Motz, (MSc)

    Graduate Student Profile: Takara Motz, (MSc)

    Seeing the impact in those she cared for, Takara researched the effects of racially-motivated housing discrimination on Indigenous students
    School of Graduate Studies
    Graduate Student Profile: Jonathan Jarrett, PhD

    Graduate Student Profile: Jonathan Jarrett, PhD

    How do juvenile vervet monkeys integrate into adult social groups?
    Doctor of Philosophy
    “Teacher for One Day, Father Forever”; Feng Jiao

    “Teacher for One Day, Father Forever”; Feng Jiao

    When it comes to deciding between work and personal hobbies, Feng Jiao (assistant professor of finance at the Dhillon School of Business, Calgary campus) tries to blur the lines.
    Research and Creative Activity
    Lewis Finds School Success in Uncommon Ways

    Lewis Finds School Success in Uncommon Ways

    Drawn to the University of Lethbridge by its small class sizes and the natural beauty of the city, Jamie Lewis found a community and her place in the world.
    Liberal Education
    Kavanagh Explores Atomic Era through Nuclear Tourism

    Kavanagh Explores Atomic Era through Nuclear Tourism

    Each year, atomic tourists arrive by the thousands to Trinity, New Mexico, site of the first nuclear bomb detonation. A project by professor Mary Kavanagh explores nuclear anxiety in the post-Cold War era through a series of interviews with these visitors.
    Research and Creative Activity
    Potatoes Key to Global Food Security

    Potatoes Key to Global Food Security

    With a thriving potato-growing industry worth $1 billion annually, Alberta is home to nearly 200 varieties of potatoes. Dr. Dmytro Yevtushenko is one of the few researchers in Western Canada dedicated to further enhancing the success of the potato industry.
    U of L Shines
    Third-Gender Research Garners International Attention

    Third-Gender Research Garners International Attention

    With his research featured in National Geographic, The New York Times, The Nature of Things, Oprah, Discovery Channel and more, Dr. Paul Vasey is the go-to voice for cross-cultural issues related to sex and gender.
    Research and Creative Activity
    Donation of Historic Books Creates New Reading Room

    Donation of Historic Books Creates New Reading Room

    A voracious love of the written word and a lifelong pursuit to quench this thirst for knowledge led to an historic gift to the University of Lethbridge’s Library.
    U of L Shines
    Visionary Donor Imagines Possibilities for a New Science Facility

    Visionary Donor Imagines Possibilities for a New Science Facility

    One visionary donor began imagining possibilities for a new science building long before the shovels hit the ground.
    U of L Shines
    Philanthropist Builds Business Innovation at uLethbridge

    Philanthropist Builds Business Innovation at uLethbridge

    The business school landscape is set to advance thanks to a transformational gift and a unique partnership with Navjeet (Bob) Dhillon.
    U of L Shines
    Local Family Gives to Addictions Research

    Local Family Gives to Addictions Research

    The new Tom and Lillian Beswick Fellowship Award in Addictions Research at the Canadian Centre for Behavioral Neuroscience could help crack the code on addiction.
    U of L Shines
    Understanding Religion's Purpose

    Understanding Religion's Purpose

    Dr. Hillary Rodrigues is exploring religion and its purpose to help us better understand the world and each other.
    Research and Creative Activity
    Improving Economic and Social Welfare with Corporate and Non-Profit Partnerships

    Improving Economic and Social Welfare with Corporate and Non-Profit Partnerships

    Dr. Gloria Tian, an associate professor of finance at the University of Lethbridge’s Calgary campus, wants to know more about the relationship between corporations and the non-profit sector, and how the relationship enhances economic and social welfare in a country.
    Research and Creative Activity
    Enhancing Student Success with Play

    Enhancing Student Success with Play

    Education professor Dr. Jeffrey MacCormack is working with neuroscientist Dr. Robbin Gibb (BASc (BSc) ’77, MSc ’01, PhD ’04) on a play-based intervention for children and youth with difficulty socializing and regulating emotions.
    Research and Creative Activity
    Putting Science on Display

    Putting Science on Display

    Interactive periodic table will put science on display, igniting a spark in future scientists.
    U of L Shines
    Sharing a Hidden Treasure of Art with All

    Sharing a Hidden Treasure of Art with All

    Thanks to a gift from the estate of Dr. Margaret (Marmie) Perkins Hess which includes more than 1,000 pieces featuring works by the Group of Seven, Emily Carr, Picasso, Chagall, Inuit and Northwest Coast First Nations artists, uLethbridge has one of Canada's most significant art collections.
    U of L Shines
    Advancing Alternative Health Care

    Advancing Alternative Health Care

    Dr. Wendy Takeda's journey to improve her patients’ entire well-being through acupuncture has led her to establish a student scholarship and collaborate with uLethbridge researchers.
    U of L Shines
    Learning in Nature

    Learning in Nature

    The expansion of our Westcastle Field Station has created opportunities for expanded research, student training and community outreach initiatives.
    U of L Shines
    Putting Parkinson's on Ice

    Putting Parkinson's on Ice

    A team of uLethbridge researchers, led by Dr. Jon Doan (PhD '06) is investigating skating and stickhandling skills as forms of therapy.
    Research and Creative Activity
    Honouring a Community Builder

    Honouring a Community Builder

    Harry Cox's tenacity and dedication played a key role in establishing the Pronghorn's hockey program, as well as Lethbridge's sports community.
    U of L Shines
    Coding the iCub – Making Connections with Cognitive Robotics

    Coding the iCub – Making Connections with Cognitive Robotics

    An international partnership between University of Lethbridge neuroscience professor Dr. Matthew Tata and Dr. Francesco Rea (Italian Institute of Technology in Genoa) has given three undergraduate students the unique opportunity to work on an independent study focused on cognitive robotics.
    Faculty of Arts and Science
    Making Waves in Swimming & STEM – Leah Troskot

    Making Waves in Swimming & STEM – Leah Troskot

    Home for the summer, Leah is putting theory into practice while working on the Destination Project, before she heads off to the 2017 Canadian Swimming Championships this week.
    Research and Creative Activity
    Elijah Dueck: Art Meets Science

    Elijah Dueck: Art Meets Science

    As a liberal education institution, it’s not uncommon to come across students who excel in both the arts and the sciences. Never has a truer example emerged than fourth-year Biochemistry major, Elijah ‘Eli’ Dueck.
    Research and Creative Activity
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