Update on Winter Session, Term 2: UBC has made the decision to continue to deliver the majority of programs online until February 7. UBCO’s campus remains open, including student housing, student services, and all libraries. For more information, see the January 12 UBC Broadcast.
- UBCO’s annual Life Raft Debate goes back in timeJan 20
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- Dr. Thu-Thuy Dang looks to the power of plantsNov 22
- UBCO professor digs into Earth’s mysterious mantleNov 15
- FACULTY MEMBER Q&A: Dr. Jake Bobowski on being Irving K. Barber Faculty of Science’s first Full Professor of TeachingNov 10
- UBCO researchers test alternate COVID-19 screening methodOct 28
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