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UBCO students debate Canada’s affordability crisis—could a temporary wealth tax help?
Tech could help BC farmers reach customers, mitigate climate change impacts

Tech could help BC farmers reach customers, mitigate climate change impacts

UBCO researchers compare climate adaptation in Okanagan, Cariboo with Shaanxi, China

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What has the world learned from the invasion of Ukraine?

What has the world learned from the invasion of Ukraine?

UBCO hosts two-day expert discussion about the war, responses from liberal democracies

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UBCO events will explore issues of social change

UBCO events will explore issues of social change

History and Sociology department relaunches speaker series with four upcoming talks

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Dr. Jessica Lougheed wants to better understand our emotions

Dr. Jessica Lougheed wants to better understand our emotions

Assistant Professor strives to incorporate 2SLGBTQIA+ issues into her research and teaching.

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Parity needed for mental and physical health funding, treatment

Parity needed for mental and physical health funding, treatment

UBCO researcher says more patients need access to life-saving care

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The Boy Who Carried Books: Part II

The Boy Who Carried Books: Part II

James Achuli’s dream of higher education becomes a reality through his perseverance.

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The Boy Who Carried Books: Part I

The Boy Who Carried Books: Part I

James Achuli experienced the horrors of civil war and living in a refugee camp before education changed his life forever.

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Brain injury diagnosis may hurt women’s chances in parenting disputes

Brain injury diagnosis may hurt women’s chances in parenting disputes

UBCO research suggests legal system works against survivors of intimate partner violence

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Student-led seminar fills a gap in the curriculum

Student-led seminar fills a gap in the curriculum

UBC Okanagan’s Student Directed Seminar enables students to lead their own course, with considerable support along the way.

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