The UBC Okanagan Psychology Clinic provides empirically based assessment and therapy, and is currently accepting self-referrals for evaluation of adults with suspected learning disabilities and neuropsychological disorders.
With Vancouver Pride taking place this weekend and Okanagan Pride taking place the weekend after, the UBC Equity and Inclusion office asked FCCS Creative Writing Prof. Anne Fleming what Pride means to her.
PhD student Tristan Watson conducts research on root disease in cherry orchards.
New research suggests compost and wood-mill waste an organic alternative to fumigation
UBC researchers say root disease may be prevented by using compost with young cherry trees
Material currently thought of as garbage may be the answer to preventing root disease in cherry orchards without the use of fumigation, according to new research from the Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences.
Computer Science Instructor Bowen Hui thinks young people should learn to code earlier in life. That's why for the last two years, Hui has worked with local school districts to offer a one-day coding camp to high-school students.