Irving K. Barber Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

UBCO study finds psychedelic microdosing improves mental health

UBCO study finds psychedelic microdosing improves mental health

Psychedelics used to combat anxiety and depression, not to get high

Okanagan Nation Alliance and UBCO, host Columbia River conference

Okanagan Nation Alliance and UBCO, host Columbia River conference

Voices from both sides of the border discuss ethics of the Columbia River Treaty

UBCO hosts Indigenous rights advocate and retired judge Marion Buller

UBCO hosts Indigenous rights advocate and retired judge Marion Buller

Relationships, trust-building and community all part of truth and reconciliation

Next Distinguished Speaker Series event to feature Marion Buller

Next Distinguished Speaker Series event to feature Marion Buller

A message from the Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Principal

UBCO professor examines COVID-19 public health messaging

UBCO professor examines COVID-19 public health messaging

Study finds a disconnect with large population group

Jeannette Armstrong works to protect Indigenous philosophies and oral Syilx stories

Jeannette Armstrong works to protect Indigenous philosophies and oral Syilx stories

AS A SPOKESPERSON FOR INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ RIGHTS, award-winning writer, activist, novelist […]

When All the Stars Align

When All the Stars Align

Seeking the language of social justice, Assistant Professor Heather Latimer found gender and women’s studies.

UBCO launches Bachelor of Sustainability degree

UBCO launches Bachelor of Sustainability degree

New program first of its kind in Canada

UBCO student cycles to Arctic Ocean as fundraiser for mental health

UBCO student cycles to Arctic Ocean as fundraiser for mental health

Bears, loneliness, flat tires and new-found friends part of the journey

Medical cannabis users report consuming less tobacco

Medical cannabis users report consuming less tobacco

Reduced consumption attributed to onset of cannabis use