UBC Reports | Vol. 53 | No. 4 | Apr. 5, 2007
The Let’s Talk Science program is one of three to receive this year’s Helen Macrae Award, presented annually to an Alma Mater Society, Graduate Student Society or UBC Student Services initiative by the Campus Advisory Board on Student Development in recognition of exceptional contributions or improvements to the student experience and learning at UBC. The other two winners in this category are SCI Team and the UBC Farm and Centre for Sustainable Food Systems.
The Alfred Scow Award for exceptional contributions from an undergraduate program went to the Mech 2 (Faculty of Applied Science) program and the Global Resource System Program (Faculty of Land and Food Systems).
The Margaret Fulton Award for individuals went to Tim Louman-Gardiner (third year, Law), Winnie Cheung (Office of the AVP International) and Johanna Waggot (Housing).