By Sam Charles on May 11, 2020
52 projects involving 49 industry partners were submitted by student groups as part of ENGR 499 Capstone.
By Sam Charles on April 20, 2020
UBC researchers are partnering with the Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) to develop new policy and planning tools to address flooding in the Okanagan Valley.
By Sam Charles on February 10, 2020
When I got a job doing research during my undergrad, I got exposed to some awesome projects involved with civil engineering.
By Sam Charles on January 13, 2020
UBCO was a great choice for me because it was close to home (Kamloops) but still far enough away from home to provide the independence I wanted.
By Sam Charles on January 8, 2020
Having a PhD is the beginning of my new academic journey. It taught me how to be organized, and how to structure scientific research in order to ensure that it leads to significant contributions to the body of knowledge. It’s never-ending work.
By Sam Charles on September 16, 2019
New research has uncovered a new, fast and highly-accurate means of measuring contaminants in water. It could mean rapid detection of different types of contaminants that current methods may miss including low-levels of pesticides and hydrocarbons.
By Sam Charles on March 4, 2019
Apart from assignments and exams, fourth-year civil student Ishrak Iltut is relatively relaxed considering he has already lined up a full-time job upon graduation.
By Sam Charles on December 10, 2018
Engineers and Geoscientists BC’s Okanagan Branch 4th Year Engineering and Geoscience scholarship recognizes leadership, excellence in professionalism, community service and academics
By Sam Charles on November 2, 2018
Nilufar Islam (MASc, Civil ’10 & PhD, Civil’15) is a graduate of the University of British Columbia’s Okanagan campus School of Engineering.