By Nathan Skolski on November 16, 2018
In BC, women make up 20 per cent of the high-tech workforce, far less than the national average according to the BC Tech Association. But those statistics are changing thanks in part to three young women from UBC’s Okanagan campus.
By Patty Wellborn on June 7, 2018
Things have been adding up for Dana Klamut since she began her academic career at UBC's Okanagan campus five years ago.
By Patty Wellborn on June 9, 2017
A math whiz, who moved with her family more than 10,000 kilometers to continue her education, is UBC’s recipient of the gold 2017 Governor General Academic Medal—one of Canada’s most prestigious academic awards.
By Nathan Skolski on June 5, 2017
For many, it’s one of the biggest milestones of their lives—graduating from university. At UBC’s Okanagan campus, nearly 1,650 students will reach that milestone this week as the university gears up for six convocation ceremonies.
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By Patty Wellborn on April 27, 2017
Mathematical model of a TARDIS takes the 'fiction' out of science fiction.
By Patty Wellborn on March 3, 2017
From advances in chronic disease interventions to improving wireless communications, innovative research projects at UBC Okanagan are attracting national attention.
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By Christine Zeindler on February 6, 2017
The American black bear can rest easier thanks to conservation research conducted at UBC’s Okanagan campus. A recent study indicates that while urban sprawl results in more human-bear interactions, human education can hinder negative encounters.
By Patty Wellborn on November 30, 2016
A method to control the spread of mountain pine beetles—pheromone baiting—may actually help the pest’s population increase, UBC research shows.
By Patty Wellborn on October 25, 2016
A UBC study highlights the potential harm that climate change may have on a number of predator and prey relationships.
By Patty Wellborn on April 8, 2016
Computer scientists, engineers, mathematicians, and statisticians at UBC’s Okanagan campus are teaming up to create a tool to make highway construction less complicated and cheaper.