UBC’s new President Arvind Gupta pledged in his formal academic installation ceremony today to increase funding for research excellence by $100 million during his presidency.Read more...
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Explosion of information will change universitiesUBC's David Ng writes about the evolution of knowledge in a new op-ed in The Globe and Mail. Read more...
With 6,800 first year UBC students as witnesses at the Imagine UBC Pep Rally, UBC’s 13th President and Vice Chancellor accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
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