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Departmental statement against scholasticide in Palestine

Faculty members within the Department of Community, Culture, and Global Studies (CCGS) are issuing the following statement against the ongoing scholasticide in Palestine. The statement does not represent the views of UBC, or its departments or other constituent units outside of CCGS. By issuing this statement, we recognize that there are dissenting viewpoints within CCGS. […]

Dr. Julien Picault navigates the unpaved path to success

Dr. Julien Picault navigates the unpaved path to success

Inspired by his own educational journey, the Professor of Teaching helps students work through adversity in the short term to achieve long-term success

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Is climate change a time for ingenuity or urgent action?

Is climate change a time for ingenuity or urgent action?

Debaters tackle timely topic at UBCO signature event

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Exceptional faculty members celebrated as 2024’s Researchers of the Year

Exceptional faculty members celebrated as 2024’s Researchers of the Year

UBCO researchers recognized for outstanding work and scholarly activity

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Championing human rights in a world of artificial intelligence

Championing human rights in a world of artificial intelligence

UBC Okanagan Researcher of the Year Dr. Wendy H. Wong wants people to understand the data that underpin AI.

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Using cannabis can ease cravings for street-level drugs, UBC research suggests

Using cannabis can ease cravings for street-level drugs, UBC research suggests

New findings from researchers at the University of British Columbia suggest that cannabis could play a role in addressing the ongoing opioid overdose crisis.

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UBCO author’s book about who owns your data nominated for top prize

UBCO author’s book about who owns your data nominated for top prize

Professor talks about the digital age, data collection and what’s to worry about

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UBCO research gives stroke survivors control

UBCO research gives stroke survivors control

Dr. Sarah Kraeutner shifts stroke research to recovery as Canadians survive longer.

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Nana drives a Benz: An African success story

Nana drives a Benz: An African success story

How female entrepreneurs built an economic textile monopoly

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UBCO faculty members to voice concern at Columbia River symposium

UBCO faculty members to voice concern at Columbia River symposium

Two-day virtual event highlights the history and governance of the Columbia River Basin

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