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

  • Rising Star recipient Caitlin Blewett
    UNBC Stories
    Thursday, August 22, 2019
    Second-year NMP student Caitlin Blewett’s passion for rural medicine and small towns was cemented during her time on Haida Gwaii. Her many life-changing experiences there turned a three-month stay into a permanent one. Having initially moved to the island region from... more
  • Graduate student Adrian Smith is participating in the prestigious international field school in Ecuador Aug. 21-27.
    UNBC Stories
    Tuesday, August 13, 2019
    Adrian Smith got a head start this summer on his pending graduate research at the University of Northern British Columbia. It’s taken him from ancient Indigenous trails in northwestern B.C. in June and July all the way to the Amazon jungle in Ecuador in next week... more
  • Media Release
    Friday, August 9, 2019
    B.C. Environment and Climate Change Strategy Prince George, B.C. - In the heart of the Robson Valley, skirting the western edge of the Rocky Mountains, a diverse range of habitat has captured the attention of scientists studying wetlands and climate change.... more
  • UNBC Stories
    Wednesday, August 7, 2019
    Imagine being in a room full of powerful people who all share the same opinion on a matter of national significance. Now imagine being the lone dissenter. That’s the focus for the University of Northern British Columbia’s Dr. Kevin Hutchings, who will receive $67,000... more
  • Detail of carving on Senate Doors by artist Ron Sebastian
    UNBC Stories
    Thursday, August 1, 2019
    The University of Northern British Columbia has a proud history of hosting Indigenous artwork from around the region, the province and further north. This is done in the interest of building bridges between cultures and in the spirit of reconciliation with our Indigenous... more