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UBC This Week 19-Jan-2012

  Recent UBC Media Releases Jan. 16 One in ten Canadians cannot afford prescription drugs: UBC study Jan. 16 UBC and SFU welcome $1.7M Videomatica film collection       […]

Problem Child & the End of Civilization

UBC’s Dept. of Theatre and Film will offer the public a preview, a free working rehearsal of its upcoming production, Problem Child & The End of Civilization. Date: Jan. 25 Time: 5 […]

UBC to co-host 2012 Golden Key Canadian Regional Summit

The UBC and SFU Golden Key chapters will host the 2012 Golden Key Canadian Regional Summit. This private academic conference, held at the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue from […]

UBC's start an evolution campaign ad nominated for TED’s ‘Ads Worth Spreading’

One of the ads for UBC’s start an evolution campaign has been nominated for TED’s “Ads Worth Spreading.” The winning advertisements will be chosen by TED representatives, who will also […]

The Canada Foundation for Innovation, Dialogues at UBC Robson Square

The Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) and UBC present four public talks in the areas of brain health, regenerative building design, child development and quantum computing in Canada Foundation for […]

MTRL’s own “Best Picture” winners 2011

Students in the fourth-year class of Dept. of Materials Engineering (MTRL) 451, Microstructural Analysis Lab, have been applying techniques using the department’s electron microscope lab. A class competition produced excellent […]

New UBC Pharmaceutical Sciences building wins Canadian Architect Award of Excellence

The new UBC Pharmaceutical Sciences Building, set to open in fall 2012, has won a Canadian Architect Award of Excellence. Given annually since 1968, this award recognizes excellence in architectural […]

UBC electrical engineers elected Fellows

André Ivanov, head of the Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, will be inducted a Fellow of the Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC) for his contributions to engineering in Canada. […]

More than 1,200 UBC students to attend 10th annual leadership conference

More than 1,200 UBC student leaders. faculty, staff and community members will gather for one of the largest student development conferences at a Canadian university.

UBC Opera presents Antonín Dvořák’s Rusalka

UBC Opera’s production of Antonín Dvořák’s Rusalka, based on the original airy tale of The Little Mermaid, will take the stage for four performances. When Rusalka was last performed at […]

UBC This Week 12-Jan-2012

  Recent UBC Media Releases Jan. 6 UBC adjunct professor and alumnus appointed to the Order of Canada       Upcoming Event Highlights Jan. 13  UBC REC Shopping Week […]

PuSh Festival and Theatre at UBC present Fyodor Dostoyevsky’s The Idiot

New World Theatre teams up with Vancouver Moving Theatre to bring Dostoyevsky’s feverish tragicomedy to the stage in a musical adaptation. The Idiot is adapted and directed by James Fagan […]

Dementia 2012: Putting Research Into Practice

Patients, family members, caregivers and members of the public are invited to attend Dementia 2012: Putting Research Into Practice, a forum where UBC researchers will present their research on the […]

Live-in for Literacy camps out at the Learning Centre

Live-in for Literacy begins next week on the second-floor foyer of the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre. From Jan.17 to 26, students will “camp” at the Learning Centre in order […]