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A Queer Century: 1869-1969

CBC Listen interviewed Gregory Mackie, a professor at UBC’s department of English language and literature, and Kyle Frackman, a professor at UBC’s department of central, eastern, and north European studies, […]

Is Facebook today’s Compuserve? How Libra could hasten its demise

The Conversation published an op-ed by Marc-David L. Seidel, a professor at UBC Sauder School of Business, about evolution of online service providers.

‘We’re at a crucial point’: Regina grapples with what should be allowed in Wascana Park

CBC quoted Larry Beasley, a professor at UBC’s school of community and regional planning, about urban parks. “It’s very important that a community do a layering of understandings of their […]

Trump-Xi meeting to ‘break down, break through or model through,’ says expert

Yves Tiberghien, a professor at UBC’s department of political science, was interviewed by Bloomberg about US-China and Canada-China tensions.

As sales stall, Metro Vancouver caught between a buyer’s and seller’s market

Tom Davidoff, a professor at UBC Sauder School of Business, was quoted in a Global article about the real estate market in Metro Vancouver. The article also appeared in MSN.

Some health benefits of walkable neighbourhoods may be offset by higher air pollution: study

Global quoted Christopher Carlsten, a professor at UBC’s faculty of medicine, about the study on air pollution and its impact on people’s health.

Watch a murder of crows chase off a bald eagle in Vancouver

CTV cited a UBC research which looked at the birds collectively known as a “murder”, and quoted Wayne Goodey, a lecturer at UBC’s department of zoology.

Government-imposed internet blackouts are a power move to suppress dissent

The Conversation published an op-ed by Heidi J. S. Tworek, a professor at UBC’s department of history, about internet blackouts where the flow of information can be blocked.

City of Vancouver makes plans for a smoky summer

Michael Brauer, a professor at UBC’s school of population and public health, spoke to Vancouver Sun about health impacts of air quality. The article also appeared in The Province.

UBC engineering grad bridges worlds of cutting-edge technology, Indigenous roots

Vancouver Sun featured a story of Shay Dekock-Kruger, a UBCO engineering graduate. She spoke about gender diversity in STEM fields — science, technology, engineering, math, as well as her Indigenous […]

Learning to play an instrument in school increases achievement in maths, science and English as it teaches ‘transferable skills’

The Daily Mail cited a study by Peter Gouzouasis, a professor of music education in UBC’s department of curriculum and pedagogy, which looked at the benefits of learning to play […]

Where have all the fish gone? Daniel Pauly’s new book Vanishing Fish explores how to protect remaining marine ecosystems

Globe and Mail featured a new book written by Daniel Pauly, a professor at UBC’s institute for the oceans and fisheries. His new book talks about the biodiversity crisis in […]

Why can’t you find a doctor?

Rita McCracken, a physician and professor at UBC’s faculty of medicine, spoke to Times Colonist about change in the health care model, steering away from family practice. “If we’re only […]

Canadian communities responding to climate change

Victoria News quoted Kevin Hanna, a professor at UBCO’s department of geography, and Troy McMillan, a PhD student at UBCO’s centre for environmental assessment research, about climate change and adaptation […]