Economics, Philosophy and Political Science
By Patty Wellborn on January 18, 2023
UBCO faculty must prove their expertise is the only way to save society
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By David Trifunov on November 7, 2022
UBCO sustainability researchers chime in about the world’s burgeoning population
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By Patty Wellborn on August 4, 2022
Indigenous women have significantly worse health outcomes than men
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By Patty Wellborn on June 9, 2022
Top academic students presented with gold and silver medals
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Interview with Dr. Madeleine Ransom: UBC Philosophy Alumna and Recipient of the Governor General’s Gold Medal
By Meghan Reid on May 21, 2021
The Governor General’s Gold Medal is an annual award given to exceptional graduate students across Canada. Only two UBC graduate students per year receive this honour—one graduating doctoral student and one graduating Master’s student. We are pleased to announce that UBC Philosophy’s Dr. Madeleine Ransom has been awarded the Governor General’s Gold Medal for achieving the most outstanding academic […]
By Lindsay Samantha Howe on June 1, 2019
UBC Economics professor says discipline needs more women When UBC’s Mohsen Javdani embarked on a recent research project, his main goal was to study the influence of ideological bias among economists. In what he describes as an important by-product of the research, conducted in collaboration with Ha-Joon Chang at Cambridge University, they not only discovered […]