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UBC Reports | October 23

SCARP dialogue looks at water policy in B.C.

Jordi Honey-Roses, assistant professor at the School of Community and Regional Planning is presenting “Water Policy Dialogues in B.C.” on October 27 as part of the SCARP Lunchtime Dialogues series. […]

Food for Fines at UBC Library

For the 12th consecutive year, UBC Library and the Alma Mater Student Society are running their Food for Fines campaign. From October 20 to November 2, $2 in library fines […]

SALA launches urban design forum, new master’s program

The School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (SALA) is announcing the launch of its new Master of Urban Design program and its first annual forum November 4-5. The forum will reveal […]

Open UBC celebrates open access

On October 28 and 29, UBC Library is presenting debates, workshops, film screenings, a robotics demonstration and other events to highlight open access. The events will be held in the Irving […]

UBC Engineering co-hosts Go Eng Girl! Event

UBC Engineering welcomed 100 Grade 9 girls from across B.C. to Go Eng Girl! on October 18 to learn about engineering from female professionals, academics and students. The event, co-hosted […]

Biomedical engineering students named Outstanding Young Scientists at MICCAI

Philip Edgcumbe and Alborz Amir-Khalili, UBC biomedical engineering PhD students and Engineers in Scrubs, each won an Outstanding Young Scientist award at the 2014 International Medical Image Computing and Computer […]

Forestry professor featured on CBC’s The Nature of Things

Sally Aitken, a professor of Forest and Conservation Sciences at the Faculty of Forestry, will be featured on CBC’s The Nature of Things on Thursday, October 23 at 8 p.m. […]

Nursing prof receives funding from Movember Foundation

UBC Nursing associate professor Helen Brown has received funding from the Movember Foundation for her project working with incarcerated Aboriginal men to create art and other gifts for impoverished children. […]

UBC This Week 23-Oct-2014

  Recent UBC Media Releases Oct 23 Fresh food for thought Oct 23 Rapid test to diagnose severe sepsis Oct 22 Experts to comment on Nov. 15 municipal elections across […]

The shootings in Ottawa won’t change this country

The shootings in Ottawa won’t change this country

The shootings in Ottawa won’t change this country The attack on Parliament Hill changes nothing about the safety of Canadians, writes UBC political scientist David Moscrop in the Ottawa Citizen. Read more here…

Affordable Vancouver? Debate

Affordable Vancouver? Debate Thu Oct 23 2014, 7 PM – 9 PM UBC Robson Square The UBC School of Community & Regional Planning and The Vancouver Sun are hosting a […]

Affordable Vancouver? Debate