Tech could help BC farmers reach customers, mitigate climate change impacts
What has the world learned from the invasion of Ukraine?
UBCO events will explore issues of social change
Dr. Jessica Lougheed wants to better understand our emotions
Parity needed for mental and physical health funding, treatment
The Boy Who Carried Books: Part II
Our faculty and students pursue ideas that advance knowledge and improve lives.
Jeannette Armstrong, Associate Professor, Indigenous Studies
Years of uncovering erased Indigenous history lead to a prestigious recognition from the Royal Society of Canada.
The Irving K. Barber Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences offers both discipline-based and interdisciplinary undergraduate and graduate degrees.
Bachelor of Nsyilxcn Language Fluency
Achieve advanced proficiency levels in Nsyilxcn while learning about multiple ways to contribute to the language’s recovery and revitalization efforts in your communities.
Dedicated and supportive staff, accomplished faculty members, and a collection of high-caliber undergraduate, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.
Sierra Kasper-Momer turns uncertainty into opportunity
Sierra Kasper-Momer, a geography alumna, found her career path through UBCO’s Arts Career Apprenticeship Program.