By Bud Mortenson on July 24, 2019
A group of UBC Okanagan students have won the opportunity to launch a science experiment into the stratosphere with help from the Canadian Space Agency.
By Patty Wellborn on June 3, 2019
This week UBC Okanagan celebrates its students as it hosts six separate graduation ceremonies over two days. More than 1,725 students will cross the stage, earning their undergraduate degrees while 215 students will receive their master’s degree and 40 their doctorates.
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By Patty Wellborn on May 27, 2019
Researchers from the UBC Okanagan School of Engineering have determined motorists tended to give cyclists wearing high-visibility vests more room on the road, compared to cyclists without high-visibility clothing.
By Sam Charles on October 17, 2018
UBC researchers are investigating new technologies that are making high-tech surveillance faster and more effective.
By Sam Charles on September 7, 2018
While many students spent the spring and summer terms working to gain experience and some money, third-year mechanical engineering student Shola Fashanu was in Ghana working for a small start-up supported by Engineers Without Borders Canada.
By Sam Charles on May 8, 2018
While wearing a crisply ironed, wrinkle-free shirt makes a good impression, researchers at UBC’s Okanagan campus are working to solve the issue of wrinkling when it comes to making textile composites.
By Sam Charles on May 3, 2018
The School of Engineering well-represented at the 2018 Provost’s Teaching Awards Reception in all categories.
By Sam Charles on April 26, 2018
In their recent energy simulation, results indicate an over 95-percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions for the owners of the “home of tomorrow”.
By Sam Charles on April 23, 2018
New research from UBC Okanagan’s Advanced Geomaterials Testing Lab uncovers chemical treatment that improves strength of compressed soil by 25 times.