The Sing Tao School of Journalism passed another milestone last week with the
official opening of the building that will house it.
Project funding totalling $734,000 will be available this year from the Coca-Cola
Disability Access Fund to make the University of British Columbia campus more
accessible to people with disabilities.
Innovation '97 organizers and dozens of volunteers and supporters are working
to increase community spirit on campus and get more people involved in campus
A joint SFU-UBC Centre for the Study of Government and Business will study
the role of governments in the Canadian economy and the relationship between
government and business in Canada.
"Your baby has Down's syndrome."
Hearing these words parents need information, understanding and support. A
UBC graduate in genetic counselling may be the one to help.
"No cavities!" is the good news children and parents are hearing
more often these days. But for children from some cultural groups, the news
isn't so good.
According to a recent report, Green College, UBC's first graduate college,
has already exceeded both its social and academic objectives, and achieved a
successful marriage of "ideas and friendship" -- the college's motto.
Healthy restaurant fare has won a hearty endorsement from any restaurant's greatest critics--its customers.
UBC researchers found that hundreds of diners at nine Vancouver restaurants
consistently ranked lower fat menu items as being significantly more satisfying
than regular menu items.
A new research and training facility within the School of Audiology and Speech
Sciences will help clinicians assess and rehabilitate children and adults with
hearing loss more effectively.