Third-year electrical engineering student Trevor Stirling will represent Canada at the World Trampoline and Tumbling Championships taking place in Demark. He competes in the men's single trampoline event.
Engineering student represents Canada at world trampoline championship
Student bounces from gym to lab to class to international competition
When UBC engineering student Trevor Stirling talks about a Miller plus, don't be thinking it has anything to do with a beverage.
UBC students author website on Frankenstein and Romanticism
What Mary Shelley's novel tells us about the culture of the Romantic Age
With the new movie Victor Frankenstein starring Daniel Radcliffe now in theatres, students of one of George Grinnell's literary studies courses have created a website that uses Mary Shelley's novel Frankenstein to explore the literature and culture of the time through a series of short essays.
Public health nurse Meggie Ross and nursing students Jamie Towert, Alyssa Sand, Paige Bunbury and Amy Standcumbe (from left) pose with a promotional prop for Baby Friendly communities. The group recently discussed the Baby Friendly Community Initiative with the City of Penticton.
UBC Okanagan nursing student Sarah Buchsbaum receives her flu shot from fellow student Talia Fraser.
UBC Okanagan flu vaccine numbers receive shot in the arm
Number of students, staff, and faculty rolling up their sleeves rises 780 per cent in 10 years
Ten years ago, 92 people took part in the first flu clinic held at UBC's Okanagan campus. This year, the number of students, faculty, and staff attending on-campus flu clinics has risen to 810 -- a 780 per cent increase.
Earllene Roberts, with the Disability Resource Centre, and Barbara Sobol, undergraduate services librarian, demonstrate some of the equipment available at the campus's new Inclusive Technology Lab to Provost and Vice-Principal Academic Cynthia Mathieson (right).
New Inclusive Technology Lab levels the academic field at UBC
Workspace options improve learning opportunities for many students
A new space has opened up on campus that will help level the academic playing field for students with disabilities.
Computer Science Instructor Bowen Hui with students (from left): Emerson Kirby, Ashley Wong and Kevin Van Kessel.
Barber School debuts team in world's largest programming contest
This fall, UBC Okanagan made its debut at the IBM-sponsored Association for Computing Machinery International Collegiate Programming Contest (ACM ICPC) -- the oldest, largest, and most prestigious programming contest in the world.
Scientists discuss how the history of water and glaciers can help with future planning
Sediment cores and past glacial conditions can provide clues to future warming
Water is becoming increasingly scarce on the Canadian Prairies and whether it's because of increased industrial and municipal use, or the melting glaciers and decreased precipitation, it's a concern for many.