This Geology instructor moonlights as a volcano explorer

When she’s not teaching, Nathalie Vigouroux-Caillibot studies geothermal activity in B.C. as a potential alternative to hydroelectricity.

Douglas instructor advocates for free menstrual products in public washrooms

Geology Instructor Selina Tribe wants to make it easier for women to deal with unexpected menstrual issues without embarrassment or lost time.

Questions surrounding a predatory ground beetle moves Biology instructor to conduct further research

The discovery of an invasive ground beetle has led Douglas Biology instructor Robert McGregor to seek out more on how, when and why this beetle came to the West Coast.

Creative Writing instructor transforms short story into whimsical, yet poignant, graphic novel

Inspired by his daughter’s shrewd taste and a story he wrote 20 years ago, The Blue Road: a Fable of Migration is the first graphic novel by acclaimed poet and author Wayde Compton.

How Gen Zers can – and should – start investing their money

We spoke with Accounting Instructor Peter Goel for some expert advice. Hint: Getting started is easier than you think.

A graphic education

Comics strip by Peter Wilkins

Douglas faculty Peter Wilkins uses comics to teach complex topics in a creative way.

Journey for justice

Child and Youth Care instructor Carys Cragg talks about her book, ‘Dead Reckoning: How I Came to Meet the Man Who Murdered My Father’, why she wrote it and how the experience informs her work.