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Recent News & Stories

  • Selina Mitchell
    UNBC Stories
    Friday, June 21, 2019
    Bring on the storm. Since late April, researchers from the University of Northern British Columbia have collected specialized measurements and conducted research in the field in the Canadian Rockies along and near the B.C. and Alberta border to better understand... more
  • Dr. Russ Callaghan
    UNBC Stories
    Thursday, June 20, 2019
    How has the legalization of marijuana in Canada affected injuries from traffic collisions? Northern Medical Program professor Dr. Russ Callaghan is embarking on a new one-year study to assess impacts of the Cannabis Act on motor vehicle collision (MVC) injuries... more
  • From left: UNBC PhD student Christiana Onabola, Prince George P.E.O. Chapter President Beth Quesnel and UNBC PhD student Hooi Xian Lee.
    UNBC Stories
    Wednesday, June 19, 2019
    The international Philanthropic Education Organization (P.E.O.) has awarded two University of Northern British Columbia Doctoral students -- Christiana Onabola and Hooi Xian Lee -- with International Peace Scholarships worth a combined total of $23,500. Onabola, a... more
  • Sophia Traber and Dr. Sylvia Barton
    UNBC Stories
    Tuesday, June 18, 2019
    When Sophia Traber was searching for a university to attend, she didn’t have to look too far. The University of Northern British Columbia South-Central campus in Quesnel checked all of her boxes.  Close to home. Check. Fantastic people. Check. Great... more
  • Dr. Tracy Summerville and Dr. Jason Lacharite
    UNBC Stories
    Monday, June 17, 2019
    Congratulations to Political Science Assistant Professor Dr. Jason Lacharite, and Political Science Professor Dr. Tracy Summerville for winning the British Columbia Political Studies Association 2019 Lynda Erickson Prize for their book, The Campbell Revolution. The... more