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Investigation into possible financial impropriety, police notified

UBC’s Internal Audit Department has compiled information related to possible financial impropriety in the Faculty of Dentistry, involving the management of the General Practice Residency program.

Cities can’t go it alone on homelessness

Cities can’t go it alone on homelessness

 Cities can’t go it alone on homelessness The federal government needs to put more resources behind solving homelessness, says incoming UBC Okanagan political science professor Carey Doberstein in the Globe […]

Bridging the Gap: Engaging Teacher Candidates With Technology in Practice

Bridging the Gap: Engaging Teacher Candidates With Technology in Practice Wed Apr 30 2014, 12 PM – 1:30 PM Neville Scarfe Building What do we really mean by technology integration? […]

Bridging the Gap: Engaging Teacher Candidates With Technology in Practice

Men’s and Women’s golf win A.I.I. Conference Championship

Men’s and Women’s golf win A.I.I. Conference Championship

UBC men’s and women’s golf teams were crowned conference champions and have earned a berth to the NAIA National Championship tournament.

23rd Annual MacCarthy Lecture in Pest Management

23rd Annual MacCarthy Lecture in Pest Management Tue Apr 29 2014, 4 PM – 5 PM H.R. Macmillan Building Join Professor Phil Stevenson, Head of Chemical Ecology at the Natural […]

23rd Annual MacCarthy Lecture in Pest Management

Hello, stranger

Hello, stranger

Hello, stranger A New York Times op-ed co-authored by UBC psychology professor Liz Dunn outlines the benefits of talking to strangers on public transit. Read more…

The Digitization Centre at UBC Library

The Digitization Centre at UBC Library Mon Apr 28 2014, 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM Irving K. Barber Learning Centre Join us for a session on the Digitization Centre at […]

The Digitization Centre at UBC Library

Researchers study end of home-grown medical marijuana

Researchers study end of home-grown medical marijuana

UBC researchers are conducting a national study to measure the effect on patient access and health outcomes of proposed changes to Canada’s medical cannabis regulations, which would end the practice of homegrown marijuana and move to a national market of licensed producers.

Why is green so white?

Why is green so white?

Why is green so white? In a piece for The Georgia Straight, UBC diversity and inclusion expert Alden Habacon explores why Asians are underrepresented in Vancouver’s environmental movement. Read more…

School-based Teacher Education: The rEvolution

School-based Teacher Education: The rEvolution Fri Apr 25 2014, 12 PM – 1 PM Neville Scarfe Building For two years, the Community of Inquiry in Teacher Education (CITE), a UBC […]

School-based Teacher Education: The rEvolution