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Duncan McCue memoir explores Indigenous identity

UBC adjunct professor Duncan McCue writes about discovering his Indigenous identity as a teenager in his new book, The Shoe Boy.

UBC Journalism mental health project wins Digital Publishing Award

UBC Journalism students win a silver in the inaugural Digital Publishing Awards recognizing excellence in the content and creation of Canadian digital publications.

Congratulations to our May 2016 journalism graduates

"Challenging and inspiring," "intense" and "magical" - just some of the words used by our graduating class of 2016 to describe their experience at UBC Journalism.

UBC Journalism students win Edward R. Murrow Award

UBC Journalism students have been honoured with a regional Edward R. Murrow Award for a project on global mental health treatment.

UBC Journalism students nominated for CAJ awards

Several projects by UBC Journalism students and graduates have been nominated for the 2015 Canadian Association of Journalists Awards.

UBC Journalism faculty and alumna awarded 2016 Hillman Prize

UBC Journalism adjunct Duncan McCue and alumna Chantelle Bellrichard have been awarded a 2016 Hillman Prize for their work on a CBC project on missing and murdered Indigenous women.

2016 Thesis Symposium

RSVP for our 2016 Thesis Symposium on Wednesday, April 13th, from 9:30 AM to 2:00 PM in room 104 at the Graduate School of Journalism

UBC J-students awarded two CBC News Donaldson scholarships

Two UBC Journalism students have received 2016 Joan Donaldson CBC News scholarships.