UBC Reports | Vol. 48 | No. 1 | Jan.
Commons set to be learning hub
A facelift has transformed Main Library's historic 76-year-old
main concourse into a dynamic, high-tech learning space boasting
wireless Internet capabilities, 34 state-of-the-art flat-screen
computer stations, and a laptop lending program.
Zoology researcher named top post-doctoral fellow in Canada
A famous groundhog may have put Glenn Tattersall's hometown
on the map, but it was hibernating frogs that helped propel the
young researcher to zoological prominence.
Students learn to chart career course thanks to new program
What kind of job can you do with an Arts or Science degree?
With the introduction of an innovative career development pilot
program, UBC Career Services hopes to get students looking for some
answers while they're still in school.
Cross-campus team probes smarter cars
A team of UBC researchers will investigate the possibilities of
intelligent human-automobile interfaces thanks to a $1.4 million
grant from Nissan Motor Co.
Friendship contributes to exhibit on poet's work
Although his 40-year friendship with one of Canada's finest poets,
Phyllis Webb, got off to a rocky start, English Prof. Emeritus John
Hulcoop had no reservations about contributing his extensive knowledge
to a recently opened National Library of Canada exhibition about
her work and life.