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Rick Mercer at UBC

Rick Mercer of the Rick Mercer Report on CBC immerses himself in cutting edge research — and meets UBC President and Vice-Chancellor Santa Ono.

Master of Land and Water Systems

The Master of Land and Water Systems prepares students to meet the emerging global concerns of water resource conservation.

UBC Medicine’s Integrated Community Clerkships

Medical students travel to far flung BC communities in search of an education. They discover so much more.

Beaty Biodiversity Museum

Take a tour of Beaty Biodiversity Museum with education and outreach coordinator Nicole Balsdon.

Have you got what it takes to be UBC’s next host?

We are in search of the next stars of the This Week at UBC video series for the new school year.

Good Soil, Good Humans: Seed to Plate

What happens when the community connects with something larger at UBC Farm? Discover the UBC Farm market.

Engineering Safe Water

Researchers at UBC Okanagan’s School of Engineering are exploring ways to improve the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of monitoring municipal water systems.

The Thing with Feathers

From ‘snarge’ to unidentified museum artifacts, forensic ornithologist Ildiko Szabo investigates bird mysteries big and small.

Shark research with Madeline Cashion

MSc candidate Madeline Cashion discusses her shark research project, and why she is fascinated by sharks.

Discover the UBC Farm through your tastebuds!

Get your local, certified organic veggies, fruits, herbs, flowers and free-range eggs straight from the UBC Farm at our Saturday Market.

Prevent Wastewater Pollution at UBC

Metro Vancouver is currently developing a proposal that would require research laboratories to implement Pollution Prevention Plans.

Water: The life of a community

Professor Madjid Mohseni describes how he uses an innovative community circle approach to help communities solve drinking water problems.

UBC’s Compost System

Discover how UBC’s compost system uses organic waste for campus landscaping, limits greenhouse gas emissions, and reduces what we send to the landfill year-round.

My personal journey to the language of my mother

Larry Grant, Musqueam Elder, was born and raised in traditional territory by a traditional hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ speaking family.

2017 Kootenay Healthcare Travelling Roadshow

A group of university students from across Canada recently spent a week in rural BC to inspire high school students to pursue careers in healthcare.

Justice has a new name: Peter A. Allard School of Law

Allard Law is committed to being one of the world’s great centres for legal education and research.

A sweet chemical analysis

A beekeeping non-profit and a UBC isotope lab have joined forces to ensure urban honey is safe for consumption, help people and monitor pollutants.

New MOA collection

In November 2016, MOA received an anonymous donation of 200 pieces of Indigenous art. Anthony Shelton shares two objects from the collection he is most excited by.

Video: Untangling the mysteries of love

In her new book, UBC philosopher Carrie Jenkins explores the biological and societal origins of that most human of emotions: Love.

Video: Santa Ono and his vision for UBC

Video: Santa Ono and his vision for UBC

In Conversations That Matter, veteran interviewer Stuart McNish discusses the issues that shape our world with thought leaders. In this edition of the program, he sits down with UBC President and Vice-Chancellor Santa J. Ono.