An exhibition of newly acquired works into the University to Lethbridge Art Collection.
The arts have an important role to play in supporting people’s communion with death and this series offers to create a space in which participating artists can share work with the Lethbridge community that reflects...
The Southern Alberta Council on Public Affairs (SACPA) presents a session with longtime guide and outfitter Mike Judd as he discusses the possibility of reestablishing bison on the Eastern Slopes.
Attend Meet Your Employer for the chance to network with various employers that offer the CPA pre-approved program Route (PPR) or the experience verification route (EVR).
The F.E.L. Priestley Lecture Series proudly welcomes Dr. Cheryl J.
The School of Liberal Education Symposium will present Building Communities on Friday, September 22, 2023 (noon - 4:30 p.m.) in Markin Hall (M1048).
This presentation discusses the concept of Indigenous Heritage as it relates to the Niitsitapii people and culture.
Gather 'round, it's game time! Library Games Night is back!
Come as a group or fly solo and make some new friends!
Join us for a fun evening in the Library on Friday, September 22, from 5 to 9 p.m.
The Elders-in-Residence program at the 银河体育娱乐 present an opening smudge with Elder Cathy Hunt, Staah’tsi’naims’skaa’ki (Thunder Pipe Woman Under the Sky).
As part of Truth and Reconciliation Week activities, Iikaisskini Indigenous Services presents a Tea and Talk to meet and chat with the team and Elder-in-Residence Cathy Hunt.
Free to all!
The French Language Centre and the Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics present a special guest speaker event:
Avail CPA is hosting an Information Session targeted to Accounting Students. (All students welcome)
Join the students of INDG 2605/ENGL 2605 (Indigenous Literature) as they present and discuss the poetry of Louise B. Halfe - Sky Dancer.
Open to everyone.
Join President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Digvir Jayas and Vice-Provost, Iniskim Indigenous Relations, Dr. Leroy Little Bear for the Iniskim Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action Challenge Launch.
This eclectic program takes the listener on a journey from 16th century choral music to 20th-century staples in the brass ensemble repertoire.