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Ottawa’s Seltenreich-Hodgson has a milestone moment at the Commonwealth Games

The Ottawa Sun featured Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson, a UBC student-athlete who competed at the Commonwealth Games. Seltenreich-Hodgson, age 22, is studying psychology at UBC.

Ulanbaatar still in the running to host Trump-Kim summit

The Diplomat published an op-ed by Julian Dierkes and Mendee Jargalsaikhan, two UBC academics, about a possible Trump-Kim summit. “Just after Kim’s visit to China, on March 28, Otgonbayar presented his credentials […]

Men account for nearly 1 in 5 complaints of workplace sexual harassment with the EEOC

The Washington Post interviewed Jennifer Berdahl, a professor at the UBC Sauder School of Business who studies sexual harassment and gender stereotypes in the workplace. She explained that harassing behaviour is sometimes […]

Highlights of responses to Trump’s new tariff threats against China

James Brander, a UBC trade expert, spoke to Xinhua for an article about Donald Trump’s new tariff threats against China. “If there really was a major trade war between the […]

Most fentanyl overdose survivors need little hospital care: UBC study

The Vancouver Sun highlighted a UBC study that found people who receive an antidote promptly after a fentanyl overdose and show no complications require little hospital care. “If you don’t […]

No taboo topics with academic journal on Hong Kong

South China Morning Post mentioned UBC in a story on the first academic journal about Hong Kong. The article reported UBC launched a Hong Kong studies program in April 2017.

Most fish has lower carbon footprint than meat: UBC study

The Vancouver Sun reported on a UBC study that showed small fish that school in large groups require tiny amounts of fuel to catch and have a relatively lower carbon […]

Canadians urged to listen to Indigenous women’s stories

Elizabeth Wilson, a UBC student, was mentioned in a Vancouver Sun article about the stories of Indigenous women. Wilson was a Heiltsuk language teacher in Bella Bella and is currently […]

Residential school history centre to share survivors’ accounts, educate public

The Canadian Press reported on the opening of the Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre at UBC. “Now that the commission is over, all of that history and everything […]

Story of resilience and recovery at annual breakfast

Castanet highlighted the annual athletic scholarship breakfast at UBC’s Okanagan campus. Freestyle skier Mike Shaw shared the story of how he learned to walk again.

Growth strategy captures Live Case Challenge

Castanet featured students at UBC’s Okanagan campus who won an award for addressing a complex business problem. Live Case Challenge is a partnership between the faculty of management at UBC’s […]

Coach tells Canadian runner to ‘think world class’

CBC profiled Rachel Cliff, a UBC student and Commonwealth Games athlete. Cliff is working on her master’s degree in occupational and environmental hygiene.

Voices of Muslim Women: VMW Awards Gala

Indo-Canadian Voice previewed the Voices of Muslim Women Awards Gala, which will be co-hosted by Ayesha S. Chaudhry, a UBC professor and Canada Research Chair in Religion, Law and Social […]

The Museum of Anthropology’s secret tunnels

Carol Mayer, head curator at UBC’s Museum of Anthropology, spoke to MonteCristo Magazine about the changing role of museums. “Museums have had to evolve past thinking we own a thing, […]

Your stories, some answers about health-care rules

Kim McGrail, a professor at UBC’s school of population and public health, spoke to CBC about health care rules. McGrail explained the reasons for many rules can be administrative or […]

B.C. Supreme Court challenge of public health-care system set to resume

The Globe and Mail quoted Michael Da Silva, a UBC professor of law who has written on health-care legislation, for a story about a trial involving public health care. Da Silva […]

One fan’s plea to NAFTA negotiators: Throw Canada’s touring bands a bone

Stephen Hunt, a creative writing professor at UBC, wrote an op-ed for CBC about the challenges for Canadian musicians who want to cross the U.S. border to work. “Wouldn’t it […]

Why sudden NAFTA progress is thanks to U.S.-China trade war

Paul Evans, a professor at UBC’s School of Public Policy and Global Affairs, spoke to Maclean’s about the connection between the U.S.-China trade war and progress on NAFTA. “We may […]

School district applauds commitment to recruit French teachers from abroad

Pique Magazine mentioned UBC in an article about B.C. recruiting French teachers. The article reported on the creation of 37 additional spaces in French teacher-education programs at UBC and Simon […]