February 15, 2017
CBC News Network: Human Ecology professor Matt Johnson's study on couples' relationships and mental health was also covered by CBC's The World At Six, UK Daily Mail, Men's Fitness and 10 other international media outlets.
February 14, 2017
WBRC, Fox 6 News: Birmingham TV station picks up on Matthew Johnson's research that shows providing a romantic partner with support when they are stressed is associated with improved self-esteem and lower risk of depression in the future.
February 13, 2017
Edmonton Journal: Human Ecology professor Adam Galovan teamed up with researchers in the United States to identify five elements needed to keep an intimate relationship alive, happy and loving.
February 9, 2017
Daily Mail: Study co-authored by Human Ecology professor Matthew Johnson finds that support provided to a stressed person by their romantic partner has an impact on their future feelings of self-worth and depression.
February 8, 2017
BBC Radio 4: Mike Flannigan, professor of Wildland Fire in the Department of Renewable Resources, is interviewed in a half-hour radio documentary about how wildfires engulfed Fort McMurray in May 2016.
January 19, 2017
Western Producer: Poultry researcher Martin Zuidhof has helped develop the world's first system of feeding broiler-breeders at just the right time, so that the birds don't have to store nutrients.
January 17, 2017
Farmscape: Ben Willing's early research shows that microorganisms in the guts of pigs that help ward off disease can be transferred to other pigs to improve their health.
December 14, 2016
Edmonton Journal: A new partnership between the province and the University of Alberta at two research ranches hopes to ensure continuity for agricultural research.
December 9, 2016
Oilsands Review: Using new technology that quickly processes and analyzes communities of microbes, researcher John Wolodko intends to predict which soil and water environments are more susceptible to the microbes that cause metal corrosion.
December 8, 2016
CTV: Rhonda Breitkruz, a professor of family and policy in the Department of Human Ecology, describes how today's single-parenting differs from the stereotype, on Alberta Primetime.