UBC journalism project exploring how to pay for medication that costs millions
Star Vancouver reported on a UBC journalism project that explores how to pay for high-cost medications. Peter Klein, head of the Global Reporting Centre at UBC, is one of the […]
Oct 24, 2018
The future of journalism lies in collaboration
UBC associate professor Peter Klein and recent Asper visiting professor Sandra Bartlett discuss the importance of collaborations between journalists at different news organizations in an increasingly challenging media landscape.
Oct 11, 2017
Experts on the Quebec mosque shooting
UBC experts are available to comment on the shooting in the Quebec City mosque on Sunday, Jan. 29.
Jan 30, 2017
UBC experts on Istanbul airport attack
The world was shocked Tuesday to learn of horrific attacks at Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport.
Jun 29, 2016
UBC project highlights plight of Europe’s minorities
Last week’s terror attacks in Paris have brought issues of immigration and xenophobia to the forefront.
Nov 19, 2015
UBC launches video project to give voice to European minorities
In the wake of terror attacks in Paris, UBC is launching a project to help Europe’s minority groups tell their under-reported stories to the world.
Jan 19, 2015
UBC J-School a CUT above
Peter Klein discusses the global reporting project CUT and how it helped prepare students for the new media landscape.
Apr 23, 2014
Students shed light on illegal sources of our household wood
Students of UBC’s Graduate School of Journalism have completed an investigative report into the global illegal log trade.
Oct 1, 2013
UBC students report on Brazil violence for The New York Times
A reporting project by University of British Columbia journalism students, in collaboration with the New York Times, has exposed violent conflicts over resources and territory in Brazil, as the emerging superpower grapples with an increasing demand for food and electricity.
Jun 11, 2012
UBC journalism partners with First Nations to report on major health issues
An innovative UBC Graduate School of Journalism project provides a hard-hitting look into efforts by Aboriginal communities to address such major health and social issues as suicide, sexual abuse, diabetes and the survival of traditional languages.
Apr 23, 2012