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Suedfeld has been particularly fascinated by the psychological effects that challenging and dangerous situations have on individuals, conducting research on a range of extreme environments.
On January 9, AMS VP Administration Cole Evans and his office launched the Nest + Experience Survey to further understand how students feel about the AMS initiatives and about the facilities in the Nest.
Using data from BC’s cervical screening and immunization registries, researchers compared the rates of precancerous outcomes between women who had been vaccinated and those who hadn’t.
Heat it up and there you have it — the million dollar hot cocoa, perfect for when the weather isn’t on your side.
In a presentation at the December Board of Governors (BoG) meeting, GSS President Nicolas Romualdi urged UBC to consider improving its funding methods for students in research-based graduate programs.
Each mosaic in "Symbols for Education" portrays a symbol that represents a different area of study in the university at that time it was created.
"I think one day, it would be amazing if being in recovery was just as normal as being 22 and in university.”
The study, which was published in the Canadian Journal of Women and the Law, examines three years of Canadian case law in which the victims were girls between the 12 and 17 years old.
The African studies minor was created in 2005 with an aim to connect students more closely with the African continent and learn about its history, languages and people.
This study investigated the effectiveness of habitat restoration in the Algar sub-range of the East Side Athabasca River, which is 70 km southwest of Fort McMurray.
This whole issue being on the topic of gender and performance made me curious about peoples’ writing. Do we ‘perform’ our genders every time we sit down at the keyboard? In other words, could there be any signs in a person’s writing of what gender they are?
This study was based on existing data from the 2009/10 and 2013/14 Canadian Community Health Survey.
This morning, over 50 people — including many UBC students — filed into Eby’s office carrying posters, banners and drums to call for actions against the plan to route the Coastal GasLink pipeline through Wet’suwet’en territory.
The study used the Global Burden of Disease study – the most comprehensive worldwide epidemiological report to date with over one billion data points from 192 countries for 282 different conditions