News & Stories

Feb
6
(Thunder Bay) Dr. Tarlok Sahota is one of 11 individuals who will be inducted into the Ontario Agricultural Hall of Fame in June.
Jan
30
(Thunder Bay) Starting in Fall 2023, Lakehead University’s Faculty of Engineering will offer a new Bachelor of Mechatronics Engineering (BEng) program for undergraduate students.
Jan
30
(Thunder Bay) , (Orillia) The Research and Innovation Bulletin is distributed weekly every Tuesday by the Office of Research Services and includes information on research funding opportunities, events, workshops and news/updates from our funding partners.
Jan
30
(Thunder Bay) The Thunder Bay + Area Food Strategy is very pleased to have just launched the updated Community Food System Report Card.
Jan
30
(Thunder Bay) Lakehead University's Bora Laskin Faculty of Law invites you to a presentation of the Harold G. Fox Distinguished Lecture Series featuring: Michael Pal, BA, M.A., J.D., LL.M., S.J.D.
Jan
26
(Thunder Bay) Today Lakehead University’s Bora Laskin Faculty of Law unveiled the new Anishnaabemowin name of the Indigenous Law and Justice Institute and a new logo at a ceremony in the John N. Paterson Auditorium.
Jan
25
(Thunder Bay) Dr. Aislin Mushquash, a Clinical Psychologist at Dilico Anishinabek Family Care and Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Lakehead University, is receiving a prestigious SickKids/Canadian Institutes of Health Research New Investigator Research Grant.
Jan
23
(Thunder Bay) Lento, an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Business Administration, received the Fellow distinction on January 19 in Toronto.
Jan
20
(Thunder Bay) , (Orillia) Dr. Gillian Siddall has been named Lakehead University’s next president by the University’s Board of Governors. Dr. Siddall will become Lakehead’s ninth president on July 1, 2023.
Jan
20
(Thunder Bay) , (Orillia) Lakehead University will take part in the first-ever SDG Week Canada on both campuses during the week of March 6-10, 2023.
Jan
19
(Thunder Bay) , (Orillia) Today the Lakehead University Student Union announced a gift of $300,000 to Lakehead that will create 15 new bursaries and assist the University in its greatest area of need.
Jan
16
(Thunder Bay) It’s not too late to register for Superior Science’s 2023 Girls Club! Girls Club is a place where girls from grades 3-8 can learn about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and engage in exciting lessons and hands-on activities! Meetings will be held on the Lakehead University campus for 8 Saturdays beginning January 14th and ending April 1st.
Jan
16
(Thunder Bay) , (Orillia) The Research and Innovation Bulletin is distributed weekly every Tuesday by the Office of Research Services and includes information on research funding opportunities, events, workshops and news/updates from our funding partners
Jan
12
(Thunder Bay) Read the CERAH E-blast for January 2023.
Jan
12
(Thunder Bay) , (Orillia) Planning for Lakehead University’s 2023 Research and Innovation Week is well underway and we are pleased to return to in-person events. The events will begin on Thunder Bay campus, February 27 through March 2, 2023 and Orillia campus, March 6 through March 8, 2023.
Jan
10
(Thunder Bay) , (Orillia) The Faculty of Education's January 2023 newsletter has been published.
Jan
10
(Thunder Bay) , (Orillia) A public webinar and writing prize on challenges to equity, diversity and inclusion in polarized times.
Jan
3
(Thunder Bay) , (Orillia) The R&I Bulletin is distributed weekly every Tuesday by the Office of Research Services and includes information on research funding opportunities, events, workshops and news/updates from our funding partners.
Dec
21
(Thunder Bay) Prof. Mark Nisenholt was recently inducted into the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.
Dec
21
(Thunder Bay) Dr. Camillo Lento, Associate Professor in the Faculty of Business Administration, is one of 12 co-investigators spanning 10 countries and five continents of the project “Reshaping teaching excellence through accounting and business students as generators and co-creators of value for business and society.”