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UBC Okanagan Provost in the running for Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards
Vote for Professor Ananya Mukherjee Reed - a finalist for this year's RBC Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards.
Ananya Mukherjee Reed, originally from India, immigrated to Canada in 1995 and joined academia as a scholar working on theories of alternative development and justice. Following a long career, she is now serving as the Provost and Vice-President Academic at UBC Okanagan.
New recognition available for Staff Awards of Excellence
Celebrate the individuals responsible for outstanding contributions to our campus community
This year, a new Staff Awards of Excellence recognition is available to recognize entire departments or units of three or more -- the Okanagan Campus Spirit award -- and share $5,000 among the recipients.
If you know someone who is making a positive impact in the workplace, nominate them for a Staff Award of Excellence by July 17 at 4 p.m.
Rehan Sadiq, professor of civil engineering and the executive associate dean of the School of Engineering.
Rehan Sadiq elected to Canadian Academy of Engineering
Rehan Sadiq, professor of civil engineering and the executive associate dean of the School of Engineering at UBCO, and Purang Abolmaesumi, professor of electrical and computer engineering, have been named fellows of the Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE) for their distinguished achievements and service to the profession.
Election to the CAE is one of the highest professional honours an engineer in Canada can receive.
UBC’s Wine Research Centre, located on the Okanagan campus, is dedicated to fostering cooperation between academic institutions, the wine industry sector and communities around the world.
UBC Okanagan uncorks new Wine Research Centre headquarters
Wine Research Centre will expand its presence across both UBC campuses
The renowned wine region of BC’s Okanagan Valley now boasts a new research hub, as UBC shifts the headquarters of its acclaimed Wine Research Centre from its Vancouver campus to its Kelowna-based campus.
Workplace well-being when you’re not physically at work
UBCO professor offers advice to create a flourishing workplace remotely
Many Canadians have been working from home in an effort to help flatten the curve and limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Some people have been thriving in their new remote work environment, but there are those who have been experiencing challenges.