Biology

Missing grizzly bear toes result in call to change practices
UBCO celebrates the graduates of 2022

UBCO celebrates the graduates of 2022

As in-person ceremonies resume, some 2,000 students will cross the stage

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A globetrotting PhD like no other:  Dr. Emmanuel Twumasi Osei 

A globetrotting PhD like no other:  Dr. Emmanuel Twumasi Osei 

There’s tough, and then there’s Tough. It’s unlikely anyone would ever say that Dr. Emmanuel Twumasi Osei travelled Easy Street on the long and bumpy road to his doctorate.

Biology announces that Portiaa McGonigal has won this year’s Award for Teaching Excellence in TAs

Biology announces that Portiaa McGonigal has won this year’s Award for Teaching Excellence in TAs

The Department of Biology is pleased to announce the winner of the second annual Award for Excellence in teaching for TAs and Markers. This year’s winner is Portiaa McGonigal.

North American Model of Wildlife Conservation gets a cultural refresh

North American Model of Wildlife Conservation gets a cultural refresh

UBCO researchers help weave Indigenous-led policy into newly revised model

Savanna Maddock captures Stober Foundation Graduate Award in Biology

Savanna Maddock captures Stober Foundation Graduate Award A $20,000 entrance award (payable at $10,000 per year) has been made available annually through a gift from the Stober Foundation, along with matching funds from The University of British Columbia, to a domestic Masters or PhD student supervised by a Biology faculty member in the Biology or […]

UBCO researchers identify best strategy to reduce human-bear conflict

UBCO researchers identify best strategy to reduce human-bear conflict

Conservationists have long warned of the dangers associated with bears becoming habituated to life in urban areas. Yet, it appears the message hasn’t gotten through to everyone.

UBCO experts on UN Decade of Ecosystem Restoration

UBCO experts on UN Decade of Ecosystem Restoration

UBCO experts are available to comment on how to restore and protect ecosystems, rewild gardens and create sustainable consumer behaviour to help achieve a greener relationship with the environment.

Academic excellence and volunteerism lead to prestigious Pushor Mitchell recognition

Academic excellence and volunteerism lead to prestigious Pushor Mitchell recognition

For as long as Rebecca Chadney can remember, she has loved both arts and sciences.

Nathan Earley, first Biology TA Teaching Excellence Award Recipient

Nathan Earley, first Biology TA Teaching Excellence Award Recipient

The Department of Biology is pleased to announce that Biology’s first-ever TA award for Teaching Excellence recipient is Nathan Earley, an M.Sc. student who was a teaching assistant this past year in BIOL306 (the Ecology of Animals, with Adam Ford) and BIOL308 (Population Biology, with Bob Lalonde). Nathan also has experience as a Naturalist with […]