Aging with HIV: Long, healthy lives are possible with treatment

For healthcare practitioners working in the field of HIV, the past three decades have been a rollercoaster, says Dr. Julio Montaner, head of UBC’s Division of AIDS and director of the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS (BC-CfE).


Business, Law and Society


Envy key motivator behind many Facebook posts, but site hurts mental well-being

A new study by Sauder School of Business Professor Izak Benbasat and his collaborators shows that envy is a key motivator behind Facebook posts and that contributes to a decrease in mental well-being among users.

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Arts and Humanities


UN climate change conference turns up the heat on Canada

The new Liberal government faces pressure to strengthen Canada’s climate change commitments at the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris, beginning Nov. 30.

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Science, Health and Technology


Goodbye, mad hatter: UBC expert promotes safer gold mining

Mention the Mad Hatter and the image that comes to mind is the character in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland—a little batty but quite harmless.

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University News


Paris Climate Change Conference: UBC experts available for comment

The world gathers in Paris next week for the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference, which runs from Nov. 30 – Dec. 11.

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UBC raises more than $1.6 billion in historic fundraising and alumni engagement campaign

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UBC has announced the results of its start an evolution campaign – the most ambitious fundraising and alumni engagement campaign in Canadian history.


UBC fall honorary degree recipients recognized for research and community work


A man who brought education programs to refugee camps in Kenya, an occupational therapist who works with marginalized people and two scientists will receive honorary degrees from UBC during fall graduation ceremonies.


Research pokes holes in police tactics to obtain confessions of crime


If you’ve ever watched a TV crime drama, or even the national news, you’ve likely witnessed a suspect, after endless police questioning, breakdown in tears to confess to a crime.



Who is part of Canada’s cultural mosaic?
Mabel Ho, a sociology PhD student at UBC, discusses her research on the experiences of individuals with different ethnic backgrounds in Canada.

Expert Spotlight


Business leaders making their mark at Paris climate conference

As world leaders congregate in Paris, Associate Professor James Tansey of UBC’s Sauder School of Business explains why there’s a big business contingent.

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UBC Athletics


UBC captures 51st Vanier Cup

Third-year kicker Quinn van Gylswyk hit a 20-yard field goal to give the UBC Thunderbirds a 26-23 win in the 2015 Vanier Cup.

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Feature Video

What are you working on?

Go behind the scenes with Andrew Riter at the Chan Centre for the Perfoming Arts as they prepare for UBC’s graduation ceremonies.

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UBC Events

Seasonal Concert: Beijing Central Conservatory Opera Centre and Orchestra, UBC Opera Ensemble

  • Thursday, December 3, 12:00pm to 1:00pm
  • Old Auditorium, 6344 Memorial Road, Vancouver
All members of the UBC community are invited to join us in celebrating UBC’s Centennial and the holiday season at this noon hour seasonal concert