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Teachers teaching as an act of kindness 

CBC Daybreak South 2016-10-06

Students see teaching as an act of kindness

UBC Okanagan News 2016-10-04

Pet Therapy Can Combat Homesickness

Science Newsline Psychology (online) 2016-9-08

Dogs help new university students fight homesickness: study

Global News, Okanagan (2016-08-9)

Pet therapy can combat homesickness 

Science Daily, (online news source)  (2016-9-08)

Dogs can help new college students with homesickness, study shows

American Kennel Club (online) 2016-9-08

Doggone good therapy

Castanet, Section: Kelowna, (2016-9-08), Canada, Kelowna 

Pet Therapy can combat homesickness

UBC Okanagan News (2016-9-08)

Pet Therapy can combat homesickness 

EurekAlert! (2016-9-08) 

Pet Therapy can combat homesickness 

Phys.org (2016-9-08)

Girls Recognize Kindness in Schools More Than Boys UBC Study Shows

Castanet, Section: Campus Life Section, (2016-3-24) Canada, Kelowna

Central Okanagan Foundation Supports UBCO Research

Kelowna Capital News, Page Range: A13, (2016-3-16)
Canada, Kelowna
Authors: Sawyer Klassen

Description / Contribution Value
I was interviewed about the grant support I received from the Central Okanagan Foundation for two of my kindness studies.

UBCO Researcher Says Girls Recognize Kindness in School More than Boys

Authors: Alex Soloducha

Description / Contribution Value
This coverage stems from a recent publication in Psychology in the Schools.

Science of Kindness

Authors: Jennifer Zielinski

Desciption / Contribution Value
Coverage of a talk I gave to Skaha Lake Middle School students in Pentiction on the Science of Kindness

Take Time to Focus on Kindness

Description / Contribution Value
I was interviewed for the anti-bullying Pink Shirt day event taking place across the province

This Pink Shirt Day, Take Time to Focus on Kindness and Not Just Bullying, says UBC Professor

UBC Okanagan News, Edition: Feb. 24, 2016, (2016-2-24)
Canada, Kelowna

Authors: Matthew Grant

Pet Me! Therapy dogs calm Watson Road Elementary students

KelownaNow
Canada, Kelowna

Description / Contribution Value
As part of my service to the broader community beyond the university, I orgranize events that will benefit the community.

Well-being with pets

The Kelowna Daily Courier (front page), (2015-12-11)

Description / Contribution Value
The article provides coverage by the B.A.R.K. dog therapy program I run during a visit to a local elementary school.

The true cost of buying a pet: B.A.R.K. as an alternative for students on campus

The Phoenix (student newspaper), (2015-12-2)

Description / Contribution Value
This article is an interview about the B.A.R.K. dog therapy program I run on campus and the support it provides to students on campus.

Therapy dogs help students combat stress

UBC Stories, (2015-10-30)
Canada, Vancouver

Description / Contribution Value
This on-line profile highlighted the research I do in B.A.R.K.

UBC Okanagan Animal Therapy Program expands with BARK2GO

Description / Contribution Value
This coverage highlights a new program we launched that saw therapy dogs placed throughout campus.

Combatting Homesickness at University

The Daily Courier, (2014-08-21) Kelowna

Authors: Binfet, J.T.

Description / Contribution Value
This article provided strategies to parents seeking to support their first-year university students as they leave home.

Creature Comforts: UBC Okanagan Program gets Therapy Dogs into Classroom Environment

Kelowna Capital News, Page Range: 1-3, (2014-03-21)

Authors: Kathy Michaels

Description/Contribution Value
This was a 3-page spread including 5 photographs profiling the work I do in my program "B.A.R.K." (Building Academic Rentention Through K9s).

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