Aboriginal Program Administrator Kelly Fosbery is the newest member of the UBC Aboriginal Programs & Services team.
Westbank First Nation member joins Aboriginal Programs & Services staff
It would have been easy for Kelly Fosbery to remain in her former position. But when a maternity leave generated an opportunity to join the UBC Aboriginal Programs & Services team, it was one she could not pass up.
From left: Greg Garrard, Ashok Mathur and Myron Campbell
Three new faculty members welcomed to Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies
The Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies are welcoming three new faculty members to the campus community this month: Greg Garrard, Ashok Mathur and Myron Campbell.
Garrard is joining the department of Critical Studies as a sustainability professor, Mathur is the new head of Creative Studies, and Campbell is joining Creative Studies as an instructor of media arts, drawing, painting, screen printing, and design.
Students can connect with over 40 companies on February 6 -- including potential employers from the healthcare and high-tech industries, government, banking, education, engineering firms, and a variety of other sectors.
The Career Fair will run from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm in the Engineering, Management and Education Building and is free of charge.
Due to the anticipated volume of requests and demand for the purchase of equipment, IT, Media & Classroom Services has announced the deadlines to process procurement transactions for the 2013-2014 fiscal yearend.
For areas where supplemental heat is required, an energy efficient radiant heater (170 watt rating) is recommended. By swapping out a ceramic heater with a radiant heater you can save the Okanagan campus 1,224 kWh and $89.32 over a 23-week period.
André Phillion demonstrates how small the samples are that will be imaged by the 3-D X-ray CT microscope. He can later view a picture magnified 1,000 times and in 3-D imagery on his computer monitor.
UBC engineers excited about potential of
3-D imaging application
Health and manufacturing sectors to benefit from X-ray CT microscope
3-D X-ray technology could pave the way for new generation of defect-free, lightweight cars and planes. Instead of reinventing the wheel, the goal of one UBC researcher is to make wheels, and other manufactured materials, lighter, stronger, and safer.
Shiela Epp, third from left, is surrounded by volunteers from California's Orange County sheriff's department (in the white t-shirts), Dreamlift buddies and two of the Operation Dreamlift children, Charlotte (to Epp's left) and Hayley, far right.
UBC nurse helps make dreams come true at Operation Dreamlift
Spending dawn to midnight with a total stranger isn't everybody's cup of tea. But for UBC's Sheila Epp, the opportunity to escort a child on a day-long trip to Disneyland far outweighs the personal exhaustion that comes with this duty.
Former Olympian and Kelowna-raised beach volleyball player Conrad Leinemann spent some time with student athletes during the 2013 Heat Summer Volleyball Camp.
Randall Findlay Laboratory Opens
The alternative-energy laboratory at the School of Engineering was named in honour of Randall Findlay who, along with his wife Claudia Findlay, made a generous gift to the School.
Help Learn Discover
Help Learn Discover offers educational and volunteer programs in Ecuador for UBC students.