Irving K. Barber Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Brain injury diagnosis may hurt women’s chances in parenting disputes

Brain injury diagnosis may hurt women’s chances in parenting disputes

UBCO research suggests legal system works against survivors of intimate partner violence

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Student-led seminar fills a gap in the curriculum

Student-led seminar fills a gap in the curriculum

UBC Okanagan’s Student Directed Seminar enables students to lead their own course, with considerable support along the way.

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Life Raft Debate pits professors against each other for survival
Segun David Fatudimu has always wanted to change the world

Segun David Fatudimu has always wanted to change the world

International doctoral fellow’s research draws on his practical work investing in social change.

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Have a merry and sustainable festive season

Have a merry and sustainable festive season

UBCO experts give tips to keep the season green without dipping into the red

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One 10-minute gratitude session helps women with body issues

One 10-minute gratitude session helps women with body issues

But it only lasts until images of thin women are shared, warns UBCO researcher

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One 10-minute gratitude session helps women with body issues

One 10-minute gratitude session helps women with body issues

But it only lasts until images of thin women are shared, warns UBCO researcher

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Sierra Kasper-Momer turns uncertainty into opportunity

Sierra Kasper-Momer turns uncertainty into opportunity

The geography alumna found her career path through UBCO’s Arts Career Apprenticeship Program.

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Psychopaths may have an insensitivity to suffering

Psychopaths may have an insensitivity to suffering

Do psychopathic traits allow people to ignore pain, or simply not care

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UBCO hosts three graduation ceremonies for pandemic graduates