Students wishing to take their university education around the world will have a new opportunity when UBC’s Go Global International Service Learning (ISL) program opens its registration again this fall.
Students have more places to relax, study and get together with the addition of the University Centre at UBC Okanagan.
UBC Reports | Vol. 55 | No. 8 | Aug. 6, 2009 Highlights of UBC Media Coverage in July 2009 Compiled by Sean Sullivan Prof. Karl Aquinos study on customer […]
UBC Child Care Services serve about 500 children, making it Vancouvers largest daycare provider – photo by Martin Dee UBC Reports | Vol. 55 | No. 8 | Aug. 6, […]
Emperor and Empress of Japan visit UBC – photo by Goh Iromoto UBC Reports | Vol. 55 | No. 8 | Aug. 6, 2009 By Brian Lin More than half […]
UBC Reports | Vol. 55 | No. 8 | Aug. 6, 2009 By Jody Jacob The very first doctoral degree to be completed at UBC Okanagan a PhD in […]
Ian Cull, Associate Vice President of Students at UBC Okanagan, says the new University Centre has been designed as a central hub of activity and services for students – photo […]
The majority of first day classes for 35,000 undergraduates are being replaced by orientation activities. UBCs student development team is helping organize the expansion – photo by Martin Dee UBC […]
Cloudburst Research co-founder Matthew Brown took this panorama of Serratus Mountain, B.C. using the companys new Autostitch iPhone application – click for a larger version UBC Reports | Vol. 55 […]
UBC Engineering students learn from community partners in Lesotho – photo is contributed UBC Reports | Vol. 55 | No. 8 | August 6, 2009 By Sean Sullivan Students wishing […]
Graduate students enrolled in the new Master of Food and Resource Economics (MFRE) at the faculty of Land and Food Systems will discuss world grain prices and other related issues […]
Pamela Lincez is a fifth year student in the Biotechnology Honors program at UBC who was chosen to participate in this years Rising Stars of Research – photo by Martin […]
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