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Not just Fox: Why women don’t report sexual harassment

The New York Times cited research on sexual harassment reporting by Jennifer Berdahl, a professor at the UBC Sauder School of Business, and Lilia Cortina of the University of Michigan. […]

Study: Inactive kids make for injury-prone adults

Men’s Journal interviewed Heather McKay, a study co-author and professor of orthopedics and family practice at UBC, about her research on the implications of physical activity for the bone health […]

Outdoor play may foster little environmentalists

U.S. News & World Report highlighted research by Catherine Broom, a professor in the faculty of education at UBC’s Okanagan campus. She found that developing positive experiences in nature as […]

Social indicators show true colours, people vote for other reasons

The Vancouver Sun interviewed Gerald Baier, a UBC professor of political science, for an article on motivations for voting ahead of the B.C. provincial election. Baier said there is evidence […]

Warming oceans may lead to smaller fish

Inside Science interviewed William Cheung, a UBC marine ecologist, about a study that found more active fish species react more to temperature, and reduce their body size more quickly. In his own research, […]

Clark: Judge’s comments at sex assault trial taken out of context

Benjamin Perrin, a UBC professor at the Peter A. Allard School of Law, was mentioned in a story in The Province after he filed a complaint about the conduct of […]

B.C. political parties talk pocketbook issues on eve of election

UBC was mentioned in Christy Clark’s election platform, the Canadian Press reported. Clark said her party would establish an “innovation hub” in Robson Square featuring a new UBC data science […]

Jane Goodall: The Birthday Tour


Discussing Indigenous acknowledgement

Three UBC professors were interviewed on Roundhouse Radio about Indigenous acknowledgement. Rima Wilkes, a sociology professor, Linc Kesler, an Indigenous studies professor, and Daniel Justice, the UBC Chair of First Nations […]

Forester cultivates stability in notoriously volatile industry

Interfor CEO Duncan Davies, a UBC alumnus, was profiled by Business in Vancouver. Davies, who heads one of the five largest lumber producers in North America, studied forestry at UBC.

High sexual desire in women can be totally normal

Lori Brotto, a UBC professor of gynecology and psychologist, wrote an op-ed for the Globe and Mail about high sexual desire among women. She wrote that as long as a […]

Non-indigenous youth should be included in reconciliation

CBC Radio’s The 180 featured the Reconciliation Pole installation on UBC campus. The pole honours the thousands of Indigenous children who died in residential schools, and those who survived it.

Four surprises from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago meeting with Xi

The Globe and Mail published an op-ed by Yves Tiberghien, the director of UBC’s Institute of Asian Research, about the meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and President Xi Jinping of China. […]

Nova Scotia needs a spaceport

Michael Byers, the Canada Research Chair in Global Politics and International Law and international relations professor at UBC, was interviewed on CBC Radio’s The 180. He said Canada needs a […]