Temple Grandin: Different kinds of minds contribute to society
Next Distinguished Speaker Series event features renowned autism spokesperson and animal behaviour expert on Jan. 17
Through ground-breaking research and the lens of her own autism, Professor Temple Grandin will provide insight and understanding about different types of thinkers, their skills and how they can complement each other.
Food insecurity is often framed as a rite of passage for university students, when in reality it's a struggle for many who have to choose between eating and being able to afford the costs of post-secondary education.
ReCreate is a series of events put on by the Campus Life Office's peer mentor program.
These events gives students a second chance at re-inventing their university experience by offering opportunities for students to make new friends, engage with professional and student staff members and have some fun.
Early Alert: support before difficulties become overwhelming
Early Alert is a program that was rolled-out on the Okanagan campus a couple years ago as a means to help faculty, staff and TAs provide better support for students who are facing difficulties that put their academic success at risk.
Privacy Matters contact information for the Okanagan campus
Keeping information safe at UBC is a shared responsibility.
If you're concerned about an information or privacy breach, contact Chief Information Security Officer Don Thompson (firstname.lastname@example.org, 250 807 9008) or Cybersecurity Program Manager Zoe Armer (email@example.com, 250 807 8290).