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Graduate students in FCCS awarded 2022 SSHRC Doctoral Fellowships

The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council announced the recipients for the SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship in the fall of 2022. We are proud to share that three of our doctoral students have received the SSHRC Doctoral Fellowships, which provides financial support for high-calibre students engaged in doctoral programs in the social sciences and humanities. Below […]

David Laird with podcast co-host, Matt Bucher

Alumni Profile: Dave Laird

Masters of Arts in English alumnus talks about his experience at UBC Okanagan

UBC Okanagan MFA student awarded 2022 Audain Foundation Travel Award

UBC Okanagan MFA student awarded 2022 Audain Foundation Travel Award

Funding will allow Nasim Pirhadi to travel to New York to explore the history and practice of feminist art

Help Teach: a podcast to support teachers in their efforts to make their classes more accessible

Help Teach: a podcast to support teachers in their efforts to make their classes more accessible

Second year student Mihai Covaser creates podcast for Communications and Rhetoric course project

Alumni Profile: Kelly Doyle

Alumni Profile: Kelly Doyle

Dissertation explores how the figure of the zombie in horror films from 2001 to 2012 exposes and challenges the discursive formulation of what it means to be human in the context of historical events like 9/11: who can be othered, and to what end.

Alumni Profile: Kohlbey Ozipko

Alumni Profile: Kohlbey Ozipko

Master of Arts in English alumna talks about her time here at UBC Okanagan.

FCCS Undergraduate Research Awards

Research awards provide an opportunity for them to pursue innovative and original research as part of their learning experience over the summer months.

Lark Spartin, blending art and technology

Lark Spartin, blending art and technology

Media studies graduate presented at EVA London conference on Digital Relationality

Congratulations to the Class of 2022

Congratulations to the Class of 2022

Sixteen masters students, three doctoral students, fifty-seven Bachelor of Arts students, twenty Bachelor of Fine Arts students, and seven Bachelor of Media Studies students graduated with degrees in FCCS.