There are free tickets remaining to the much-loved annual Opera Under the Stars. Don’t miss this wonderful evening concert performed in the UBC Okanagan central courtyard by a star-studded Opera Kelowna cast.
On July 31 the courtyard opens at 7 p.m., with the concert starting at 8:30 p.m.
Community-University Engagement Support Fund renewed for 2019
For a second year, $500,000 is available through the Community-University Engagement Support Fund to get community-engaged projects off the ground, activate the results of previous collaborations and drive more direct impacts into partnerships with the community.
Letters of intent are due August 30, 2019 and applications are due October 18, 2019.
Grizzly bear hair, caught in wire on a tree, can help identify and track the individual animal who rubbed against this tree. UBCO researchers say genetic tagging is an economical and ethical way to keep tabs on wild animals.
Genetic tagging can be an economical, ethical tool
UBCO researchers say tagging has many powerful uses to help keep tabs on animals
They're the central questions of ecology—why are there so many species and where are they found?
Gregory Younging was posthumously recognized on June 19 with the Association of Canadian Publishers President's Award for his contributions to the Canadian publishing industry and the association.
An extraordinary life: remembering Greg Younging
UBC professor and Indigenous scholar receives prestigious posthumous award
It's the Association of Canadian Publishers' highest honour. And on June 19, UBC's Gregory Younging was posthumously recognized with the President's Award for his contributions to the Canadian publishing industry and the association.
Master of Fine Arts student vividly illustrates how following our true nature leads to unexpected success
“In junior high, the art teacher always sent me outside and said: 'Paint whatever you see.’ I always look back and wonder, was she done with me and wanted me out of her classroom—or did she see something in me?”
Students get a first-hand look at some of the issues facing the wine industry in BC, which, according to Wines of British Columbia, contributes $2.8 billion annually to the BC economy.
Learning through the grapevine
UBC students get a taste of viticulture with field study in wine grape production
It doesn't look like a typical science classroom. But in the summer, a sunny vineyard is a welcome change for students from both UBC Okanagan and UBC Vancouver, who come together at various BC vineyards to learn about growing grapes for wine.