Ever wonder what your dog thinks or why Canadians say ‘eh’? Or maybe you’d like to talk movies with a real pro before Oscar night?
One Day @ UBC offers community members a chance to experience university in a single day. Participants learn about a subject that piques their interest from UBC’s star faculty and instructors – and they don’t have to do any homework or write an exam.
One Day @ UBC courses run year round and subjects range from the psychology of right and wrong to issues facing indigenous groups in Canada’s North. Highlights from the winter semester include:
- Movie Love: from Chaplin to Brokeback Mountain with Bo Earle – Feb. 2
- How Dogs Think with Stanley Coren – Feb. 23
- Psychology of Creativity with Linda Scratchley – Mar. 2
- Does the World Need the United Nations? with Emily Ohler– Mar. 9
- Contemporary Issues in Canadian North with Julia Christensen – Mar. 16
- When and Why Do Canadians Say “Eh”? with Martina Wiltschko – Apr. 6
Date/Time: January to April, Saturday, 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Location: UBC Vancouver
Cost: $75 per course
For more information, visit: cstudies.ubc.ca/one-day