UBC Reports | Vol. 58 | No. 11 | Dec. 5, 2012
UBC graduate Kim Villagante worked with the residents of the Oasis to create a community-building mural that would spruce up their inner city alley
Prof. Shaylih Muehlmann argues that decriminalization of drugs is the only way to stop the cycle of fear and poverty that rules Mexico.
UBC expert tips on everything from family feuds to consumer chaos.
Marina Adshade has turned an economics course into a successful blog and a soon-to-be published book. Her agent believes Hollywood will be calling soon.
Prof. Edward Slingerland leads a global consortium of academics in the world’s largest study of the evolution of religion.
Two internationally trained doctors talk about what it takes to practise in B.C. The IMG program is growing to a proposed 58 spaces in 2017
With huge sales and successful movie franchises, Young Adult fiction couldn’t be hotter, says Prof. Judith Saltman.
Unsanitary, dangerous conditions hamper the personal and professional survival of women and girls, says Prof. Kanchan Sarker.
How UBC is working to provide access and positive experiences for students with developmental disabilities.
Melania Alvarez addresses stereotypes to help Aboriginal kids achieve in math.
Highlights of UBC media coverage in November 2012