Campus Health Voice project staff volunteer Casey Hamilton, and student volunteers Stephanie Wright of Okotoks, Alberta, and Linée Peters of Vernon try out one of the fitness stations on the new Campus Community Fitness Loop.
Campus Community Fitness Loop grand opening
Loop provides a full body workout and is used at no charge
The UBC Okanagan Trails Action Group is hosting the grand opening of the Campus Community Fitness Loop today from 2 to 4 p.m.
In addition to reinstating seasonal service that we reduced in April and June as a result of student demand, Kelowna Regional Transit is making several service expansions and improvements beginning this week.
The population of self-identified Aboriginal students at UBC's Okanagan campus has increased by 470 per cent since UBC's Okanagan campus was established in 2005. Former UBC students Kat Street, left, and Amanda Williams are seen at student residences in this UBC file photo.
Indigenous learning flourishes at UBC's Okanagan campus
Students learn, engage, and grow through Aboriginal perspectives and worldviews
Opening this semester, the new Indigenous Integrated Learning Community provides a place for students in residence to learn, connect with each other, and grow as a community through Aboriginal perspectives and worldviews.
Grace H. Fan, assistant professor of strategy and entrepreneurship.
Research looks at policy and politics of BC's most treasured resource: H2O
professor receives funding to examine the conversation on water in BC and how it may impact the Sustainable Water Act
Grace H. Fan, assistant professor of strategy and entrepreneurship with the Faculty of Management, has received $73,800 from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council to support research on the discourse on water in BC.
At the Indigenous Summer Scholars Camp, UBC student Alex Augier and Elder George Pierce give Aboriginal secondary students an appreciation of their environment and what it was like before settlers arrived.
An Indigenous perspective received by students in summer programs
This summer's UBC Summer Scholars Program and the Indigenous Summer Scholars Camp promoted the importance of a positive relationship with Mother Earth to visiting international, domestic and Aboriginal students.
Keith Culver, director of the Okanagan Institute of Sustainability (left) sits with Mark Holland. Culver has played a huge roll in bringing the New Monaco project to life.
New town rising: New Monaco
Connected by Commitment: alumni engagement
"When you're working on a small project, there's very little room for innovation except in the building design," says Mark Holland, double-degree UBC alumnus, LEED accredited planner and one of the driving forces behind the New Monaco project which is anything but small.