What do the most recent government announcements about post-secondary education mean to the University of Lethbridge?
How will the institution manage change as it relates to funding, student enrollment and community expectations?
What does the next five years hold for campus development?
Join U of L President and Vice-Chancellor Bill Cade as he updates the community on the U of L’s progress.
Dr. William H. (Bill) Cade was appointed to the position of President and Vice-Chancellor in July, 2000. By profession he is a zoologist/entomologist who holds multiple degrees (B.A., M.A. and Ph.D.) from the University of Texas at Austin and dual Canadian / American citizenship.
Over his 30-year career span to date, Dr. Cade as amassed a significant volume of teaching and administrative duties with numerous research projects and student supervision, including mentoring a number of students ranging from those at a high-school level to students engaged in post-doctoral research.
He came to the University of Lethbridge from Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario, where he was a long-serving faculty member and former Dean of Mathematics and Science. In addition to his current administrative duties, he carries out an active, peer-reviewed research program, and was recently – and unanimously – confirmed by the Board of Governors to begin a second, five-year term as President, effective July 1, 2005.