By Deanna Roberts on April 20, 2023
Rita Lam’s research presentation on healthy building design and infectious disease control in built environments hit home with the audience at this year’s Three Minute Thesis final on April 6, 2023. A timely topic combined with impeccable delivery and audience engagement helped her secure the top spot at this year’s competition. Lam, a Master’s of […]
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By Patty Wellborn on November 30, 2022
Do psychopathic traits allow people to ignore pain, or simply not care
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By Patty Wellborn on October 13, 2022
Women worry about a doctor’s attitude or lack of knowledge
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By David Trifunov on September 22, 2022
New tool helps professors translate digital communications
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By Patty Wellborn on July 27, 2022
UBCO researchers examine user responses to text-based crisis lines
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By Patty Wellborn on July 11, 2022
Microdosers noted improvements compared to non-microdosing peers
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By Patty Wellborn on August 16, 2021
Physical contact with a dog makes a significant difference to wellbeing
By Patty Wellborn on June 23, 2021
New research from UBC Okanagan has determined if a child knows they have safe support from a trusted adult, it significantly increases the chances of that child disclosing they have been sexually assaulted. This likelihood is especially true when the offender is a family member or trusted caregiver.
By Alicia Meehan on June 4, 2021
Each year, doctoral students from five Canadian universities and the Canada Council for the Arts vie for the prestigious Killam Doctoral Scholarships. Established in memory of Izaak Walton Killam through the Will of his wife, Dorothy J. Killam, Mrs. Killam desired that those selected to receive scholarships: “Be likely to contribute to the advancement of […]
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