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20 questions with Michael Audain

The Globe and Mail profiled Michael Audain, a UBC alumnus and chairman of Vancouver’s Polygon Homes. Audain earned three degrees from UBC.

Researchers look to microbiome screening to predict opioid addiction

CBC Radio’s Early Edition featured UBC research on how microbiome screening can predict opioid addiction. “Our aim is to help screen patients and predict the likelihood of opioid addiction and […]

Heat and kids sleeping

Wendy Hall, a professor at UBC’s school of nursing and a sleep expert, was interviewed on CBC Radio’s Early Edition about how children have difficulties sleeping during hot summer nights. […]

NDP one year later

Gerry Baier, a UBC political scientist, spoke to CBC Radio’s Early Edition about what has happened in the last year of politics in British Columbia. The segment starts at the […]

North Van MP named minister of fisheries, oceans, coast guard

The Vancouver Sun quoted Kathryn Harrison, a UBC political science professor, in a story about the new federal minister of fisheries, oceans, and coast guard. “One of the biggest issues […]

Seniors’ groups say Greyhound should operate out of ‘goodwill’

Christie Stephenson, the executive director of the Peter P. Dhillon Centre for Business Ethics at the UBC Sauder School of Business, was quoted in a Star Vancouver story about whether […]

Executive education reimagined to keep up with the times

Bruce Wiesner, the associate dean of executive education at the UBC Sauder School of Business, spoke to the Globe and Mail about executive education. He said he has heard from […]

Okanagan’s air quality showing signs of improvement

Kelowna Now interviewed Chris Carlsten, director of the air pollution exposure laboratory at UBC, about poor air quality in the Okanagan. “The levels that Kelowna is experiencing right now are […]

In Canada, Chinese companies find resistance, willing consumers

Paul Evans, a professor at UBC’s Institute of Asian Research and Liu Institute for Global Issues, spoke to Maclean’s for a story about Canadian consumers embracing Chinese companies. He discussed […]

Vancouver 6th most expensive city to attend university from abroad

Daily Hive mentioned UBC in a story about Vancouver being one of the world’s most expensive cities for international students. The article features a report that details first-semester costs for […]

Free outdoor movie screening at UBC’s Wesbrook Village

A free outdoor movie is being screened at UBC’s Wesbrook Village, Daily Hive reported. TRIUMF, Canada’s particle accelerator centre, is celebrating its 50th anniversary and will present a screening of […]