In the Media
Civil engineering professor Dr. Perry Adebar commented on the collapse of a shoring wall at the development site of a high-rise condo in Coquitlam.
UBCO's faculty of creative and critical studies, school of engineering and Irving K. Barber Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences created an interdisciplinary master of design degree.
Chemical and biological engineering master’s student Muhammad Huzaifa commented on the UN’s climate change conference held in Dubai.
The Globe and Mail
Chemical and biological engineering professor Dr. Johan Foster said Canada needs to invest more in developing alternatives to fossil-fuel-based materials.
Mechanical engineering professor Dr. Yusuf Altintas said AI and automation can improve the lives of engineers if used correctly.
Canadian SME Business Magazine
Bern Klein, a mineral process engineer and professor in the Norman B. Keevil Institute of Mining Engineering at the University of British Columbia, earned the Mitacs Award for Exceptional Leadership—Professor.
Norman B. Keevil Institute of Mining Engineering professors Dr. Scott Dunbar and Dr. Ilija Miskovic commented on deep mining.
Dr. Agnes d’Entremont, a mechanical engineering associate professor of teaching, talka about APSC 366, an engineering course for non-engineers, called “The Art of the Possible.”
Electrical and computer engineering professor Dr. David Michelson explained how planes deal with lightning strikes.
Dr. Roland Clift, chemical and biological engineering adjunct professor, commented on the BC Climate Emergency Campaign’s 2023 climate report.