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UBC This Week

Recent UBC Media Releases Sep. 29: UBC enters second phase of consultations on plans to preserve UBC Farm, improve housing options Sep. 27: UBC Graduate School of Journalism wins Emmy […]

Asia Pacific Memo update

The Institute of Asian Research’s Asia Pacific Memo is a new online publication on contemporary Asia.   Current stories featured on the memo:   Analyzing Falun Gong’s Effect on China since 1999 […]

CiTR Radio’s Prof Talk interviews history prof on Amazonia

On UBC CiTR Radio’s Prof Talk, Asst. Prof. Neil Safier from the Dept. of History will discuss his new class on the history of Amazonia as well as his recent […]

UBC events during Mental Illness Awareness Week

To correspond with Canada’s Mental Illness Awareness Week, the Mental Health Awareness Club (MHAC) at UBC is launching a series of events for the first week of October.  Students from […]

Arts internship deadline extended to Oct. 10

The Arts Internship Program has more than 90 new postings designed specifically for Faculty of Arts students that are applicable to each major or department. Internships are eight-12 hours per […]

Street theatre troupe Goggles Project performs on UBC campus

Street theatre troupe Goggles Project will be on UBC campus to perform their version of a classroom lecture on sustainability.  The troupe will stop by high traffic areas on 18 […]

Applied Science students win Fast + Epp design competition

Faculty of Applied Science students Tyler Brown (M.Arch), Winston Guo (M.Eng, CIVL), Vivianne Harms (M.Arch), Melody Tung (M.Eng, CIVL) won $1,000 for their submission to the Fast + Epp 2010 […]

UBC law student wins Terry Fox medal

UBC first-year law student Dustin Paul has won the Terry Fox Gold Medal for demonstrating courage and dedication in the face of adversity. Paul was left paralyzed from the chest […]

Benjamin Perrin launches Invisible Chains: Canada's Underground World of Human Trafficking

UBC law professor Benjamin Perrin has written Invisible Chains: Canada’s Underground World of Human Trafficking, a book about human trafficking in Canada. The book is based on a three-year investigation […]

UBC enters second phase of consultations on plans to preserve UBC Farm, improve housing options

UBC is proposing changes to the Land Use Plan to support the university’s academic mission and its vision of creating a model university community that is vibrant, livable and sustainable.

On the School of Journalism's Emmy nominations

They’re for the parts that we’re most proud of: the research that we did and the investigation we did

Canada, US & Mexico to announce joint support for Unique UBC-led Research Facility in Banff, Alberta

The Governments of Alberta, Canada, Mexico, and the United States will announce new funding for the Banff International Research Station (BIRS), a world-leading UBC-led mathematical research facility which hosts annually thousands of top international scientists and researchers.

UBC This Week

Recent UBC Media Releases Sep. 23: Carl Wieman to take up White House post Sep. 22: China tops world in catch and consumption of fish: UBC research Sep. 20: Genomic […]

UBC Library at Word on the Street

UBC Library is partnering with UBC Library Vault, Rare Books and Special Collections, and the UBC Bookstore for Word on the Street – an annual day-long event celebrating the diversity, […]

Thomas Sisk: Cecil H. and Ida Green Visiting Professor

Conservation biologist Thomas Sisk, the first of three Cecil H. and Ida Green Visiting Professors for 2010/11 will be giving his first talk at UBC. Sisk is working at the […]

UBC to announce architecture team to create a new facility for architecture and planning

The UBC School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (SALA) and School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP) are hosting design presentations this week to select a design team to create […]

Go Global Week: Sept. 27 – Oct. 1

Go Global will be showcasing international study, research, and service learning opportunities for UBC students at events around campus. Throughout the week, the fair is offering info sessions, panel discussions, […]

UBC Interprofessional Continuing Education hosts health conference

UBC Interprofessional Continuing Education is hosting a conference titled “Health and Wellbeing in Children, Youth, and Adults with Developmental Disabilities: Autism, Intellectual Disabilities and Other Neurodevelopmental Disorders.”  The event is […]

International Workshop on Higher Education Reform held at UBC

The seventh International Workshop on Higher Education Reform will bring together professors from across Canada and their colleagues and professors from Latin America, Asia and Western Europe.  The UBC held […]