Class in session under the Tuscan sun

Barber school group learns valuable lessons in trip abroad Want to travel to Tuscany, Italy, and earn course credits towards your degree in the process? That might sound too good to be true, but last month it was the reality for two students from UBC’s Okanagan campus. Theresa Loewen and Luke Crevier, both graduate students […]

UBC researcher seeks to protect where the wild things walk

Ecological corridor will create north-south migratory route

An examination of higher education in France: UBC Okanagan senior instructor’s analysis published in Le Monde

Access to post-secondary education and what post-secondary education should look like are hotly debated topics wherever such institutions exist. At UBC’s Okanagan campus, Senior Instructor, Julien Picault, has examined these issues as they occur in France. His analysis was published by Le Monde—a laudable achievement, given the publication is one of the most widely respected […]

Science confirms you should stop and smell the roses

Is it any wonder that most happiness idioms are associated with nature? Happy as a pig in muck, happy as a clam, happy camper.

UBC round-table debates: how should societies deal with traumatic history?

When societies experience significant historic trauma, in the form of mass repression or violence, how do they deal with its legacy?