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UBC This Week

Recent UBC Media Releases May 5: UBC named Canada’s first Fair Trade Campus May 4: UBC Museum of Anthropology receives prestigious national landmark status May 4: Physical and emotional health […]

2011 TechTrek Summer camps

2011 TechTrek Summer camps are being offered for students who are entering grade eight, nine, 10 and 11 in September 2011.  The TechTrek program is organized by the Dept.of Computer […]

Applied Science Class of 2011

Throughout the month of May, an online Applied Science Rising Stars feature will highlight and celebrate the accomplishments of outstanding students who are graduating this spring. Read about these inspiring […]

School of Engineering faculty recognized for teaching

Carolyn Labun, senior instructor in the School of Engineering, was honoured last Thursday with this year’s Teaching Excellence and Innovation Award at UBC’s Okanagan campus. Laubin was applauded for being […]

Dr. Kishor Wasan wins 2011 CSPS Award of Leadership in Canadian Pharmaceutical Sciences

Dr. Kishor Wasan from the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at UBC is this year’s winner of the Canadian Society for Pharmaceutical Sciences (CSPS) Award of Leadership in Canadian Pharmaceutical Sciences. […]

Lions Gate Hospital expansion makes room for more medical training

A $62.2 million expansion of Lions Gate Hospital in North Vancouver will include space for the Faculty of Medicine’s growing numbers of medical students and residents, as well as a new acute mental […]

Fair Trade Day at UBC

During Fair Trade Week next week, UBC will hold its first Fair Trade Day on May 11.  The community is invited to bring their own mugs and get a cup […]

UBC named Canada’s first Fair Trade Campus

The University of British Columbia has been named Canada’s first “Fair Trade Campus” and will get its very own blend of ethically sourced coffee as a result of its national […]

On voter support for the Liberals

“I really don’t think that there’s much they can do to restore it, especially if the NDP get more seats than the Liberals do.”