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AGILITY: the ability to think and draw conclusions quickly; intellectual acuity

AGILITY is a multidisciplinary program at the University of Lethbridge open to all students that fosters an environment of creative discovery, nurtures innovative thinking and provides the supports needed for students to develop and implement solutions that impact and vitalize society.

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Creating unlimited possibilities. Through AGILITY, students will learn about innovative thinking and developing ideas from renowned faculty and leaders in the business, creative and research communities. They will work in a cross-disciplinary environment and will have the space, tools and mentorship to bring their ideas to life.

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Latest AGILITY News

SPARK Teaching Conference

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On April 27 & 28, the UofL is hosting 50 Years of Teaching SPARK Teaching Symposium! Engage with instructors across multiple departments and faculties to learn about innovative initiatives happening around campus. Come say hello to the AGILITY team during the Poster Session on Thursday, April 27 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the Markin Hall Atrium. The deadline to RSVP is April 21!    

Experience media and sound in all dimensions – April 8th @ 7:30pm

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On the evening of April 8th, be a part of a truly innovative music and media experience. The Integra Contemporary & Electroacoustic Ensemble will be performing several pieces, including accompanying 360 degree films and other media.

AGILITY Pop-Up Innovation Zone 2017

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Mar.20-24, we are hosting a Pop-up Innovation Zone in the U-Hall atrium. What is a pop-up innovation zone? It is a chance to try out some of the prototyping tools and techniques available on campus for working on your ideas.

Celebrate Research Week – Industry Panel

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Are you interested in how research is translated into an industry? On March 17th as part of Research Week, the University Industry Liaison Office is hosting a panel of business professionals to talk bout this process and answer your questions.

The University of Lethbridge is ideally and uniquely positioned to prepare students for life in the 21st Century. Specifically, our commitment to liberal education encourages a breadth of perspective, and fosters resilience and mental agility to enhance success in a rapidly changing world. This commitment to entrepreneurialism and innovation will provide students with the opportunity to explore self-directed jobs and careers that can serve to diversify and sustain our economy, enrich our society and assist Alberta to further develop its knowledge economy.

Dr. Lesley Brown | Vice-Provost & Associate Vice-President Academic