The Faculty has opened a dental clinic at the Vancouver school as part of its Adopt a School Program.
Participants get a crash course on fundamentals such as copyright protection, negotiation styles, navigating government, opening factories and hiring staff.
Palliative-care providers in rural B.C. have a champion in Barb Pesut, who’s been immersed in exploratory fieldwork since 2008.
The University has released potential housing program options designed to help attract and retain the best people.
Since the 1970s foresters have left a buffer zone of 30 metres around freshwater streams. Now, the rules are changing. But John Richardson wants to see hard data.
The African Institute of Mathematical Sciences helped Felix Oghenekohwo pursue his love of numbers. A new partnership may soon see other African students pursue studies at UBC.
Prof. Larry Lynd is leading a team that has just received $1.5 from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) to study funding policies for treating rare diseases.
Judy McLean has helped form a partnership with the Rwandan government to deliver micronutrients to 150,000 children.
Prof. Ryuko Kubota will present a case study on second language education and issues of race and multiculturalism at a Vancouver conference of 12,000 education researchers.
Museum of Anthropology curator Karen Duffek talks about receiving two major Northwest Coast artworks.
Highlights of UBC media coverage in March 2012
The UBC Asian Studies App is the first university Asian language mobile application and boasts 10,000 digitally animated Chinese characters.
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