Reimagining the PhD

Reimagining the PhD

Camille Rousseau and her four-legged partners are helping to reimagine UBCO’s PhD for the better.

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An Indigenous approach to understanding water

An Indigenous approach to understanding water

Graduate students Dawn Machin and Sarah Alexis are incorporating traditional Indigenous knowledge into their research about our relationship with water.

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At the intersection of mathematics and business

At the intersection of mathematics and business

Master’s student Mohammad Mosaffa is using machine learning to improve customer service.

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How humans and climate change affect our environment

How humans and climate change affect our environment

Doctoral student Melanie Dickie’s research explores how these factors combine to influence the natural world.

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Journeying back home

Journeying back home

Hanna Paul returned to her First Nations community to research moon time teachings and build confidence for youth and women.

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Mahmoud Hasabelnaby is looking towards the future of mobile networks

Mahmoud Hasabelnaby is looking towards the future of mobile networks

Electrical engineer hopes to revolutionize cellular network design to increase connectivity for all Canadians.

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The beauty of academia is challenge, says Seyyed Alireza Hashemi

The beauty of academia is challenge, says Seyyed Alireza Hashemi

International engineering doctoral student lives by the motto “Never give up.”

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Hamed Mirzaei is exploring the silent symphony of materials-gas interactions
Akanksha Bhurtel’s homeland of Nepal inspired her engineering studies

Akanksha Bhurtel’s homeland of Nepal inspired her engineering studies

Doctoral student wants to strengthen soils with the help of biological substances.

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Parisa Najmi aims to preserve Earth’s health and wellbeing

Parisa Najmi aims to preserve Earth’s health and wellbeing

Engineering doctoral student’s research focuses on conserving valuable metals and reducing pollution from corrosion inhibitors.

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