In the media
CURIOCITY | Sep 23, 2022
Media mentioned the Intergenerational March to commemorate Orange Shirt Day, an initiative begun and led by UBC Faculty of Applied Science, as an event to attend on the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
GLOBAL NEWS | Sep 22, 2022
Dr. Colleen Varcoe and Dr. Annette Browne, professors in the UBC School of Nursing, discussed their action kit of resources for health care providers in order to help combat substance use stigma.
TAIWAN PLUS NEWS | Sep 21, 2022
Dr. Tony Yang, professor of structural and earthquake engineering in UBC Civil Engineering, discussed changes to the building code and other impacts in the aftermath of Taiwan's deadly 1999 Jiji Earthquake.
VANCOUVER SUN | Sep 21, 2022
Dr. Penny Gurstein, professor emeritus in UBC’s School of Community and Regional Planning, discussed the growing number of 65-plus residents in the top 10 BC cities.
CBC BC TODAY (27:30) | Sep 20, 2022
Dr. Farinaz Havaei, assistant professor in UBC Applied Science's School of Nursing, discussed healthcare burnout including factors and what needs to improve in the healthcare system.
RESEARCH2REALITY | Sep 20, 2022
The School of Biomedical Engineering is UBC's first inter-faculty school, forging a partnership between the Faculty of Applied Science and the Faculty of Medicine. SBME Director Dr. Peter Zandstra how the new, interdisciplinary facility will enable solving new problems.
THE UBYSSEY | Sep 16, 2022
School of Nursing Professor Sally Thorne is working with the creator of Disclosure, a performance about a young woman trying to receive help after sexual assault, to develop the show into a training resource for nurses working with trauma patients.
BC BUSINESS | Sep 16, 2022
UBC Biomedical Engineering undergraduate students Anjali Menon and Madhini Vigneswaran discuss their nonprofit, MEDIC Foundation, which aims to make treatment for people diagnosed with chronic conditions more accessible and convenient.
CITR | Sep 14, 2022
Dr. Julia Harten, assistant professor in the UBC School of Community and Regional Planning, discussed her research on China’s shared rental market, and her experience with "bed rentals" in urban cities.
CANADIAN ARCHITECT | Sep 14, 2022
UBC School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture has named Jane Wolff as the recipient of the 2022 Margolese Design for Living Prize, which will be celebrated at the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre on campus on October 3. The trans-national jury included SALA professor Blair Satterfield.