July 18, 2014
PhD student Jake Wall ('09-'11) uses GPS collars, Google Earth and algorithms he developed to help rangers protect elephants
June 17, 2014
The Times covers Liu Institute Visiting Fellow at Green College Chris Dolan at conference to end sexual violence in war (photo courtesy @LauraWestbrork, BBC)
May 22, 2014
Katelyn Verstraten, now a Green College Society Member (comprised of former resident and faculty members of the College), just received her Master of Journalism degree. Earlier this year she interviewed Chinese residents on sustainability and pollution for a series in the Toronto Star.
May 02, 2014
Green College's Jeffrey Ricker was interviewed by Ira Nadel (CITR's Arts on Air) discussing his new novel for young adults, The Unwanted.
April 15, 2014
Astrobiologist Haley Sapers' ('12-'13) research paper "Enigmatic tubular features in impact glass" is published in Geology. A related article in Science asks: could early life on Earth have been fostered in meteorite impact craters?
March 13, 2014
Ann Jones is interviewed in The Tyee by Deborah Campbell on the impact that the war in Afghanistan has had, citing the "militarized economic/political system" in the US and changes to development aid (in both US and Canada) as key issues impacting some of the hopeful changes occurring for women and children in Afghanistan.
February 25, 2014
J.B. MacKinnon talks about a possible future 'rewilded' Vancouver in an interview with UBC Creative Writing prof and Green College series co-convenor Deborah Campbell.
February 04, 2014
Kevin Leyton-Brown was awarded the 2014 Steacie Memorial Fellowship, while Makoto Fujiwara led the Canadian contingent on the ALPHA antimatter team awarded the Polanyi Award.
January 06, 2014
The National Post's top 25 most anticipated books of 2014 includes Karlinsky's latest novel
January 02, 2014
Journalist Michael Valpy's Toronto Star op ed looks at UBC Okanagan professor and poet (and Green College Society Member) Sonnet L’Abbé and her travels across Canada by rail to capture in one poem the Canadian gestalt as we approach our sesquicentennial.