UBC archeologist partners with coroner to solve cold cases
From cold cases to cavemen, a UBC archeologist is solving buried mysteries using technologies that would make Indiana Jones trade in his trusty whip.
Lessons on how we learn best
Ground curriculum in real life. The everyday holds keys to knowledge.
Celebrate Learning Week
Celebrate Learning Week turns the lens on those “aha” moments when theory becomes practice and ideas blossom into action.
UBC Science World lab promotes fun, learning and tolerance
An interactive new UBC psychology lab at Vancouver’s Science World aims to make science fun for kids and parents, while improving our understanding of early child development.
Blessed are the cheesemakers
Educating food scientists.
Food science students survey industry, alumni
Overall, UBC is doing an outstanding job preparing food scientists. However, more hands-on, industry-related experience would greatly enhance the majors, according to a recent study conducted by the Faculty of Land and Food Systems (LFS).
2011 UNITED WAY
UBC’s annual United Way Campaign kicks off October 17. After the success of the 2010 campaign, when UBC won the Quantum Leap Giving Award from the United Way of the Lower mainland for dramatically increasing its giving over the previous year, the stakes are high for 2011.
A clinic where students run the shop
Patients eager for rehab services
Stress, anxiety, depression: just another part of student life… right?
Resources and tools can help students build healthy minds, the first step toward academic success.
How to thrive at UBC: eight dimensions of well-being
Student leaders urge mental wellness by promoting a balanced life
Making a smarter ski goggle in the middle of summer
Sharper algorithms = more air time = better stunts
Reflections on academic life
Highlights of UBC media coverage in September 2011
campus news UBC Faculty of Law opens Allard Hall The Vancouver Sun and others reported on the official opening of Allard Hall, a new $56-million building for UBC’s Faculty of […]