College of Graduate Studies

Dr. Femke Hoekstra collaborates across the continents

Dr. Femke Hoekstra collaborates across the continents

From international to community collaborations, partnerships are at the heart of Dr. Femke Hoekstra’s academic journey.

Exercising to counteract chronic inflammation

Exercising to counteract chronic inflammation

UBCO researchers say being active can help control an overactive immune system

Applying to Grad School at UBC Okanagan – FAQ

Applying to Grad School at UBC Okanagan – FAQ

Interested in applying for graduate studies at UBC Okanagan? Our Admissions and Records team has compiled a list of the top applicant questions to help make your application process a little bit easier. If you have questions about the application process please review our Programs and Applying page on our website. If you can’t find […]

Creating the human-robotic dream team

Creating the human-robotic dream team

UBCO engineers design system for robots to work well with human coworkers

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

UBCO researcher examines the highs and lows of e-scooter rentals

UBCO researcher examines the highs and lows of e-scooter rentals

Appetite for micro-mobility services has not diminished despite bumpy start

Aircraft can get higher and greener from doped fuels

Aircraft can get higher and greener from doped fuels

UBCO researchers cook up cleaner jet fuel with graphene nanomaterials

UBCO researchers test alternate COVID-19 screening method

UBCO researchers test alternate COVID-19 screening method

Chest X-rays prove promising for emergency cases and rapid treatment

Finding new life for non-recyclable rubber and plastics

Finding new life for non-recyclable rubber and plastics

UBCO researchers divert waste from landfills to create electromagnetic shields

When it comes to oil spills, experts should turn to artificial intelligence

When it comes to oil spills, experts should turn to artificial intelligence

UBCO researcher says machines can calculate a fix quicker than people