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Classrooms to get $2 million upgrades

Fifteen UBC projects designed to upgrade classrooms and labs by the end of March will receive nearly $2 million in funding from the Ministry of Advanced Education, Training and Technology.

Campus helps build nat'l student hiring hall

Surfing the net for jobs and career information is now a whole lot easier thanks to a new Canada-wide electronic hiring hall developed by faculty and student volunteers at UBC and the universities of Alberta and Western Ontario.

Disabled access to garden improved

A portion of the David Lam Asian Garden in UBC's Botanical Garden is now accessible to wheelchair users thanks to recent trail improvements made possible by funding from the Coca-Cola Disability Access Fund, the Dorothy Lam Memorial Fund and the volunteer group, Friends of the Garden.

Device stops snoring, rests sleepers' fears

Snoring is just a noisy nuisance, right?

Wrong. Snoring can be a symptom of a potentially life-threatening disorder, Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), and UBC professor of Oral Health Sciences Alan Lowe has invented a device to help.

Read about staying safe day and night

Personal security information is now available around the clock thanks to Safe@UBC, a new safety resources Web site.