Fund created to help your unit celebrate UBC's Centennial
From September 2015 to June 2016, UBC will celebrate its Centennial. Faculties, units and student organizations across our university are encouraged to celebrate with their own unique communities and audiences.
Connected by Commitment: Outstanding
From the outside it's a cross section of a huge wing held aloft, a bulbous airfoil of ribbed metal, the leading edge split open and filled with sweeps of glass. From the inside, it's a showcase for the versatility of modern wood design and construction.
Political activist and author Harsha Walia. Photo credit: Brent Granby
Author, activist Harsha Walia to speak on migrant justice
Grassroots political organizer works to strengthen anti-racist strategies
Political activist and author Harsha Walia will speak at UBC on the topic Movements for Immigrant Rights and Racial Justice, in a special presentation as the 2014-2015 Cultural Studies annual speaker on Monday.
Students Kelly Panchyshyn, left to right, Elora Bascello and Mary Song jumped at the chance to be photographed with the charismatic Wab Kinew at the Okanagan Nation Alliance Salmon Feast in Okanagan Falls.
Wab Kinew entertains and inspires at 2014 Salmon Feast
UBC students, staff enjoy perspective of charismatic Aboriginal musician, broadcaster and educator
Wab Kinew was a hit for both UBC students and staff at a pair of off-campus events earlier this month.
Global Renaissance conference talks open to campus community
Ever wonder how terrestrial globes came about? Or the differences between Islamic cultures of North Africa and the Middle East?
The campus community is invited to attend two free lectures at the annual meeting of the Pacific Northwest Renaissance conference, hosted by the Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies from October 17 to 19.
Faisal Rahman's journey to software engineer with tech-giant Microsoft began in his home country of Bangladesh, with a BSc in computer science and engineering, but it was his MSc earned at UBC's Okanagan campus that gave him the edge that landed him the job.
UBC opens discussion about police, racism, and violence
Join Alden Habacon, director of Intercultural Understanding, Strategy Development, and Peter Wanyenya, international student advisor, Special Populations and Programs UBC, for an open discussion about what's happening in Ferguson, Missouri, and perhaps across America.
UBC signs cooperation agreement with top university in Brazil
School of Nursing partners with University of SÃo Paulo at RibeirÃo Preto College
Enhancements in research and student learning initiatives are at the core of the new memorandum of understanding signed by the School of Nursing, and the University of São Paulo at Ribeirão Preto College of Nursing.
Nursing program attracting varsity athletes The Heat work closely with all faculties to ensure success for varsity student-athletes and the relationship between Heat Athletes and the School of Nursing is a prime example.
Go Global Tanzania Community, Culture and Global Studies Professor Sandra Peacock, is providing students with a unique community-based research and voluntourism opportunities in Tanzania.
Peer Support Network
The Peer Support Network is a safe space on campus where students can come to speak with a peer about a struggle or challenge they may be facing.