Irving K. Barber Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

UBCO researchers tune in to children’s screen time and sleep
Gold-medal tennis player, human rights activist win UBCO honours
Should individual choice be restricted to preserve the climate?

Should individual choice be restricted to preserve the climate?

Expert panel explores if limiting freedoms is required for climate stability

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UBCO students learn the pros and cons of Wikipedia

UBCO students learn the pros and cons of Wikipedia

Editable website’s bad reputation deserves a second look

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Should government invoke laws to end public defiance?

Should government invoke laws to end public defiance?

UBCO student debaters tackle timely subject at ninth annual Roger Watts Debate

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UBCO experts discuss what’s changed after two years of COVID-19
UBCO researchers explore therapeutic uses of ketamine

UBCO researchers explore therapeutic uses of ketamine

The drug could be a game changer in the treatment of mental illness

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UBCO researcher explores minimal food-monitoring as part of weight loss program

UBCO researcher explores minimal food-monitoring as part of weight loss program

Innovative self-monitoring strategies and ongoing support part of the package

UBCO’s Dr. Jeannette Armstrong elected to Royal Society of Canada

UBCO’s Dr. Jeannette Armstrong elected to Royal Society of Canada

Years of uncovering erased Indigenous history, leads to prestigious recognition

UBCO’s annual Life Raft Debate goes back in time

UBCO’s annual Life Raft Debate goes back in time

Time travel is the only chance to save society, but who gets to go?