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UBC anthropology museum displays handmade textiles

An international textile collection will be on display at UBC’s Museum of Anthropology, the Canadian Press reported. The display of more than 130 handmade items is called “Layers of Influence: […]

How to tackle stress

Eli Puterman, a UBC kinesiology professor, was quoted in a Canadian Living story on ways to avoid stress. “Stress is unavoidable, but if we change how we react to or […]

RAIC Journal at the Modernist Vanguard

Canadian Architect’s RAIC Journal featured a book chapter co-written by Rhodri Windsor Liscombe, a professor emeritus in UBC’s department of art history. Michelangelo Sabatino and Liscombe examined the role of […]

Anonymous donor gives indigenous works to B.C. museum

UBC’s Museum of Anthropology was gifted an indigenous art collection valued at about $7 million is being given by an anonymous donor, the Canadian Press reported. The collection includes more […]

What does China’s new cyber security law mean?

Lotus Ruan, a researcher at UBC’s Institute of Asian Research, wrote an op-ed for The Diplomat after China’s first cyber security laws were passed last week. New responsibilities for technology […]

Discussing the presidential campaign

Mary Bryson, a professor in UBC’s faculty of language and literacy education, discussed the U.S. presidential election on Roundhouse Radio. “There are a lot of us who are coming to […]

Concerns over technology used to exonerate AIDS ‘Patient Zero’

Mark Gilbert, a professor at UBC’s school of the population and public health, was interviewed by Daily Xtra for an article on a study that used genome tracking to trace […]

Discussing Trump’s real estate skills

UBC architecture professor Sara Stevens talked about Donald Trump’s skills and record as a real estate developer on Pulse FM. According to Stevens, it’s not certain that skills from the […]

Discussing a resource for parents of kids with sleep issues

A quarter of Canadian children experience insomnia, according to UBC nursing professor Wendy Hall, the creator of a new online resource for parents of children with sleep issues. In an […]

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Video game focuses on climate change

The Delta Optimist featured a video game that gives players a glimpse into an imagined future where the effects of climate change were not addressed. UBC principal investigator and forestry […]