UBC IT Okanagan's annual holiday open house takes place on December 11 this year, from 1 to 3:30 p.m. in ADM024.
There will be food, music, games, and a whole lot of Yippee Ki Yay!
Expanded list of compostable items on campus.
More items can now be composted in the bright yellow bins around campus
The expanded list of acceptable items includes all organic food, bread, meat and bones, wooden utensils and chopsticks, wax paper, napkins, paper towels, coffee filters, tea bags and compostable containers.
Pizza boxes can also be stacked next to waste sorting stations on the main floors of campus buildings for collection.
UBC IT Okanagan is improving student printing across campus with new printers with more options for students. There will be also be new printer locations throughout campus, all with swipe-to-print functionality.
New printers will be installed and ready for the start of term January 2020.
If you use Adobe Acrobat or Adobe Creative Cloud, be aware that Adobe has recently updated their application licensing technology. This affects all UBC faculty and staff that have UBC subscribed Adobe software.
To make sure you don't lose access to your Adobe products in this update, contact the UBCO IT Help Desk.
From left: Kevin Golovin, Abbas Milani, Feng Jiang and Jeremy Wulff and part of the COMFORTS network, a team of researchers from UBC, UVic and the University of Alberta.
New 'hyper glue' formula developed by UBCO and UVic researchers
Cross-linking technology tightly binds where commercial glues cannot
With many of the products we use every day held together by adhesives, researchers from the School of Engineering and the University of Victoria hope to make everything from protective clothing to medical implants and residential plumbing stronger, thanks to a newly-developed ‘hyper glue’ formula.
Heat student athletes who accomplish a high academic record while playing on varsity teams were recently recognized at a special event.
Heat student-athletes recognized for making the grades
Race times and final scores aren't the only numbers that count
UBC Okanagan's student-athletes live by scores, statistics and numbers. And while game day stats are vital to their success, students who achieve high numbers in the classroom were acknowledged at a recent event.
Winners of this year's Faculty of Management Live Case Challenge (from left): Gabrielle Schroeder, Maulen Zairov, Jonathan Zhang, Breann Zilkey and Shaina Johnstone.
UBCO management students compete to take local business to the next level
Ninth Live Case Challenge brings new solutions to Patriot One
Each year the Faculty of Management and Argus Properties Ltd. present a unique made-in-the-Okanagan opportunity—the Live Case Challenge—where management students work in teams to take on an actual 'live' management challenge faced by a community partner.