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IRES faculty Leila Harris, RMES alumnus Danika Kleiber and RES PhD candidate Lucy Rodina have a new publication out!

IRES faculty Leila Harris, RMES alumnus Danika Kleiber and RES PhD candidate Lucy Rodina have a new publication out!

Congratulations, we’re delighted to let you know that IRES faculty Leila Harris, RMES alumnus Danika Kleiber and RES PhD Candidate Lucy Rodina’s final published article (the Version of Record) is now on Taylor & Francis Online. Abstract: We analyze the relationship between perceptions of domestic water access, and quality, in relation community engagement. While others […]

IRES Adjunct Professor Colin Levings’ book makes it to Kamchatka

IRES Adjunct Professor Colin Levings’ book makes it to Kamchatka

October 30 2017 IRES Adjunct Professor Colin Levings’ book made it to Kamchatka! This press release is in Russian and English. Click link below to view: http://www.kamniro.ru/presscenter/news/ekologiya_lososevyh_v_estuariyah_vsego_mira   Colin’s bio: http://ires.ubc.ca/person/colin-levings/

Nathan Bennett, IRES Postdoctoral Fellow, “Committing to socially responsible seafood” article published
RES alumni Margaret Morales in the news: examining housing costs in Seattle

RES alumni Margaret Morales in the news: examining housing costs in Seattle

Photo Credit: Perri VanderClock from flickr/ Creative Commons

Mark Johnson (IRES Faculty) and Michael Lathuilliere (PhD Candidate)- 2 new publications

Mark Johnson (IRES Faculty) and Michael Lathuilliere (PhD Candidate)- 2 new publications

Mark Johnson an IRES faculty and Michael Lathuilliere a RES PhD candidate has just published 2 articles with their team in the Journal of Geophysical Research- Biogeosciences:   From Mark Johnson, Michael Lathuilliere and Jordan Graesser (Navin’s former Ph.D student) (as co-authors): “Spatial patterns of DOC concentration and DOM optical properties in a Brazilian tropical […]

Kai Chan – Inducted into Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists

Kai Chan – Inducted into Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists

Congratulations to IRES faculty member Kai Chan for being named as one of 70 new members of the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists! Six UBC faculty have been named as members of the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists. Those named to the College […]

Congratulations Harold Eyster — International Doctoral Fellowship Winner!

Congratulations Harold Eyster — International Doctoral Fellowship Winner!

Harold Eyster received the International Doctoral Fellowship. This is a new award, intended to support top international students beginning UBC Vancouver doctoral programs. Click here for more information on Harold.     Photo credit: Julian S. Yates

Congratulations Alejandra Echeverri Ochoa — Killam Doctoral Scholarship Winner!

Congratulations Alejandra Echeverri Ochoa — Killam Doctoral Scholarship Winner!

Alejandra Echeverri Ochoa is a Killam Doctoral Scholarship recipient for 2017-2018. The Killam Doctoral Scholarships are provided annually from the Izaak Walton Killam Memorial Fund for Advanced Studies. These are the most prestigious graduate awards available at UBC, and are awarded to the top doctoral candidates in the annual Tri-Agency / Affiliated Fellowships competition.   […]

October 26, 2017: IRES Professional Development Seminar  Speakers: Alaya Boisvert, Ann Rowan, David Boyd, Adriane Carr  Environmental Policy and Government Relations Panel Discussion
Message from UBC Faculty of Science: UBC environmental sustainability research hub welcomes new Director

Message from UBC Faculty of Science: UBC environmental sustainability research hub welcomes new Director

Milind Kandlikar has been appointed director of UBC’s Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability (IRES) for a four-year term, effective July 1, 2017. Kandlikar’s research focuses on the intersection of technology innovation, human development and the global environment, and he played a played a major role in shaping UBC’s new professional Master of Public Policy […]