The Office of Communications fosters the public image of UNBC by creating strategies, materials, and activities that promote the University. Our areas of activity include publications, alumni relations, official UNBC websites, media relations, and public presentations that aim to market UNBC's programs, research, and community connections. 

Recent News & Stories

  • Dr. Mamdouh Shubair
    UNBC Stories
    Friday, September 21, 2018
    Long-haul commercial truck drivers can experience considerable health and safety risks related to their work environment. Little is known about best-practice health promotion programs that address the occupational health, safety and wellness of commercial motor... more
  • Class of 2022
    UNBC Stories
    Wednesday, September 12, 2018
    The beginning of a new academic year is one of the most exciting times on campus, full of new energy, full of new possibilities.Last week, UNBC welcomed 1,135 new students from around the world as they embarked on their journey of earning their degrees and transforming their... more
  • UNBC Stories
    Monday, September 10, 2018
    In British Columbia, much of the research on plant biodiversity has focused on coastal and maritime ecosystems, especially coastal temperate rainforests. However, in B.C. there is a second temperate rainforest ecosystem, the inland temperate rainforest. It has... more
  • Media Release
    Friday, September 7, 2018
    Prince George, B.C. – Following a term that has seen the University of Northern British Columbia increase the number of students attending, improve its research support and activity, and bring key programming and facilities to the North, UNBC will renew the contract... more
  • Dr. Chris Opio
    UNBC Stories
    Wednesday, August 8, 2018
    One by one, Dr. Chris Opio and Chandehl Morgan carefully remove trees from one-gallon buckets. The Moringa trees, reaching heights of 1.11 metres, have been growing in pots of well-drained soil for seven months in the I. K. Barber Enhanced Forestry Lab at UNBC’s... more