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The top 10 college choices for international school students

UBC is the number one university choice for overseas students in 2018, according to a report in Forbes. Location was the biggest factor in students’ choices, followed by quality of […]

The layover: How to spend a perfect day in Vancouver, Canada

Fodor’s Travel mentioned UBC’s Museum of Anthropology in an article about how to spend a perfect layover in Vancouver.

UBC Centre for Sustainable Food Systems is a living lab for climate-smart agriculture

The Georgia Straight reported on the Centre for Sustainable Food Systems, a research hub at the UBC Farm. Clare Cullen, the centre’s operations director, spoke about how climate change is […]

How to ace your MBA admissions

Maclean’s mentioned UBC’s Sauder School of Business in an article about MBA programs. In a related article, University Affairs wrote that the Master of Management program at Sauder was one of the […]

UBC addressing Okanagan doctor shortage by training physicians in rural communities

Global reported on work by the Okanagan South UBC family practice residency program which aims to address the doctor shortage in rural communities.

Lunar New Year 2019: Where to celebrate in Metro Vancouver

Vancouver Sun mentioned UBC’s forthcoming Lunar New Year Celebration to be held at Wesbrook Village on Feb. 9th.

How growing cities can support at-home electric vehicle charging

The National Post published an op-ed by Jerome Mayaud, a postdoctoral fellow at UBC, about electric vehicles and urban planning. The piece previously appeared in The Conversation.

Vitamin D supplements aren’t living up to their hype

Science News cited research from UBC in an article about vitamin D supplements.  The study looked at the risk of multiple sclerosis across a lifetime of sun exposure.