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Recent News & Stories

  • Dr. Stephen Déry along the shores of the Nechako River
    UNBC Stories
    Throughout the Nechako Watershed, researchers are tracking river temperatures, measuring precipitation, calibrating equipment and applying computer models to examine the impact of warmer conditions and changing precipitation patterns over the long term. It’s all part... more
  • Dr. Nadezhda (Nadia) Mamontova
    UNBC Stories
    A map can tell the story of how a certain group of people understand a certain parcel of land at a certain time in history, but a mapmaker can decide who to include and which name to give a place.? Dr. Nadezhda (Nadia) Mamontova understands the power inherent in maps and what... more
  • Five Professor Emeriti -- Drs. Mark Shegelski, Katherine Parker, Stan Beeler, Michael Gillingham and Keith Egger -- are being recognized for their outstanding careers at UNBC.
    UNBC Stories
    The University of Northern British Columbia is recognizing five distinguished Professors Emeriti in the electronic program at the University’s virtual Convocation on June 26. Dr. Stan Beeler (English); Dr. Keith Egger (Ecosystem Science and Management); Dr. Michael Gillingham (... more
  • Indigenous students at 2019 Grad ceremonies.
    UNBC Stories
    The University of Northern British Columbia received $290,000 from the provincial government?to assist in operating four programs as part of its Aboriginal Service Plan. The funds will be used to support the Office of Indigenous Initiatives, University 101, Indigenous student... more
  • Dr. Peter Jackson
    UNBC Stories
    For 25 years, Environmental Science Professor Dr. Peter Jackson has been teaching University of Northern British Columbia students about atmospheric science, researching wind flow in complex terrain and engaging with the community about air quality and weather patterns. This... more