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UBC Reports | March 26

UBC Reports | March 26

UBC This Week – 26-Mar-2015

  Recent UBC Media Releases Mar 20 Get over it! UBC students, community gather to Storm the Wall Upcoming Event Highlights Mar 26 Book Launch “Unlocking The World: Education in […]

‘Reaction to tiny terror threat endangers us all’

The Security of Canada Information Sharing Act allows security officers to collect personal information from 17 government institutions, including Canada Revenue, Health Canada and Citizenship and Immigration Canada, to investigate […]

Book Launch – Politics in the Corridor of Dying

Thunderbirds edged at home but still retain 2015 World Cup

Thunderbirds edged at home but still retain 2015 World Cup

The men’s varsity rugby team secured their second consecutive World Cup title on Sunday afternoon despite losing an agonizingly close clash against the California Golden Bears.

Asians on Stage/Asians on Screen

Green Growth: Agriculture and Sustainability in the Indonesian Economy

Triumph of Love – A Modern Musical

Triumph of Love – A Modern Musical Wed Apr 1 2015, 7:30 – 10:30 p.m. Frederic Wood Theatre, 6354 Crescent Rd. This modern musical adaptation of Marivaux’s 18th century play […]

The Value of Freedom

UBC professors speak at the BIL Conference

UBC professors will speak at the BIL Conference this weekend in Vancouver. The yearly gathering brings together technologists, scientists, artists, hackers and those with a passion for community awareness, social […]

UBC Archaeology Day 2015

UBC Archaeology Day 2015 aims to raise public awareness of the ever increasing destruction of cultural heritage and archaeological resources in many parts of the world. The keynote speaker Michael […]

English professor a finalist in INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards

English professor Sherrill Grace‘s new book Landscapes of War and Memory is a finalist in the 2014 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards in the War and Military (Adult Nonfiction) category. […]

UBC members shortlisted for 2015 B.C. Book Prizes

UBC members are among the finalists of the 31st annual B.C. Book Prizes.  The winners in seven categories will be announced at the Lieutenant Governor’s B.C. Book Prizes gala on […]

Fisheries professor named 2015 ocean hero

Daniel Pauly, a professor at the UBC Fisheries Centre, has been named the recipient of the 2015 Peter Benchley Ocean Award for Excellence in Science. Pauly is the founder and leader of […]

School of Engineering gets $1.1M for transport research in South Asia

Funded by the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarship and UBC, the School of Engineering (SoE) at UBC’s Okanagan campus, is leading a $1.1-million project, Innovative Solutions for Developing and Managing Climate Resilient […]