Assisting Excellence

Shanthini Rajendran and Joya Danyluk, centre left and right, won the 2015 CSAM TA Excellence Award. Rajendran’s supervisor Alex Aravind is far left and Danyluk’s is Jennifer Hyndman, far right.

Open House in Likely

UNBC researchers, including Jake Duros (pictured), presented their latest findings to the community at the Dr. Max Blouw Quesnel River Research Centre Open House in Likely on Saturday.

Student Engineers Win Big

A student environmental engineering team won a provincial design competition by submitting an innovative waste management plan.

New Funding Enchances Research

UNBC researchers, including Dr. Chow Lee (pictured with student Randi Woodbeck), received funding worth $436,000 from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council.

College of Science and Management

The College of Science and Management (CSAM) values excellence in teaching; an interdisciplinary and collaborative approach to learning and scholarship built upon a foundation of disciplinary excellence.
Through research , teaching and outreach we aim to integrate the sciences, business administration, and management of natural resources and environments, in ways that are recognized internationally for their roots in traditional and basic knowledge, their value to rural and remote communities, citizens and industries, and their global pertinence.

Governor General's Silver Medalist, Amy Hayduk, examines the fluorescent properties of a new RNA probe. Hayduk, a 2006 graduate, received a NSERC USRA to continue working with Dr. Stephen Rader on RNA splicing. Using a powerful tool known as "molecular beacons", she developed a new way to measure specific RNA molecules that is highly sensitive and significantly faster than existing methods.