UBC's Okanagan campus recently launched a campaign designed to share how our stories shape us. These stories help illustrate how we are affecting our community and how we are affected by our community.
Geography student Andrew Barton encourages people to log onto his interactive GeoLive map that follows the route of the Northern Gateway pipeline. He wants people to add their own photos and stories to the map.
The Northern Gateway pipeline
Andrew Barton creates an interactive map where anyone can share their thoughts on the project
The Northern Gateway Pipeline could be a social and economic game-changer for British Columbia, and it's already the subject of a lively debate.
Okanagan Short Story Contest winner Shelley Wood (Leave-taking) centre; is flanked by second-place winner Glenna Turnbull (things you find on the side of the road) left; and Brittni Mackenzie-Dale (Dead Man's Bluff) right.
Shelley Wood wins Okanagan Short
Glenna Turnbull and Brittni Mackenzie-Dale take runners-up honours
A story that weaves in and out of the lives of three people over many years has won Shelley Wood of Kelowna first prize in the Okanagan Short Story Contest for her original piece of writing, Leave-taking.
Okanagan Sustainability Institute director Keith Culver chats with Mark Holland, vice-president of development for New Monaco. Holland, a UBC alumnus, is excited about UBC's research partnership with the District of Peachland and New Monaco.
UBC researchers part of Peachland partnership for large development
Developer joins forces with engineering students, Okanagan Sustainability Institute
Taking the lab out of the classroom is becoming commonplace at UBC as academics strive to apply what they know to the world around us.
UBC nurse researcher wins international award for research excellence
Doctoral work examines the determinants of health for Aboriginal people
Donna Kurtz, associate professor of nursing, has won the Award for Excellence from the International Journal of Health and Wellness for research about social justice and health equality for Aboriginal women.
Psychological Training for Law Enforcement
The Centre for the Advancement of Psychological Science and Law (CAPSL) is sharing what it knows about the art of lying, how to determine a lie, and how to extract the truth to the law enforcement community.
Celebrate Research 2014 The Okanagan campus' Celebrated Research 2014 showcased the diverse research taking place at UBC.