In Professor Ono's latest blog post, he talks about his recent trip to this year's presidents’ meeting of the Association of Pacific Rim Universities and why borders should have no meaning when it comes to knowledge discovery and dissemination.
Print and copy multi-function device fleet to be replaced this summer
Important changes are coming to UBC Okanagan's multi-function printing and copying fleet. Starting mid-July, the Okanagan campus will begin its transition from its aging fleet of Xerox devices to new Ricoh multi-function devices.
New Client Services Manager and staff join Finance Operations and Strategies
Finance Operations and Strategies is excited to welcome two new staff members and a new Client Services Manager.
Brydie Chamberlain has joined UBC’s Okanagan campus as Payroll and Benefits Specialist; Natalie Kirkwood has joined to support payroll and benefits processing on a term basis; and Chris Munro will start on July 30 as the new Client Services Manager.
Professor Stephen Foster, head of FCCS' Creative Studies department.
What are you working on?
An established artist whose work spans a variety of media from digital video to photography and interactive sound and video installation, Stephen Foster brings a lifetime of experience to his work as a professor and director of the Summer Indigenous Intensive Program.
Engineering Assistant Professor Kevin Golovin observes water pooling on a superhydrophobic surface.
UBC Okanagan research makes boating more efficient
Superhydrophobic surfaces cut down on drag and make boats and more environmentally friendly
Boats that travel through the water, but don’t get wet. That’s the idea behind new research from the School of Engineering that aims to make boats more efficient by creating superhydrophobic—or extremely water-repellent—surfaces.
The Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies is pleaseD to have Richard Van Camp as the 2018 Writer-in-Residence
Richard Van Camp is a proud member of the Tłı̨chǫ Dene from Fort Smith, Northwest Territories. He will be on campus from July 23 to 27 to participate in the Summer Indigenous Art Intensive, give a public reading as part of the Milkcraters of the Moon Reading Series and offer a symposium for local writers.