CAMPUS COMMUNITY INVITED TO DISCUSS 2014 NOBEL LAUREATES' ACCOMPLISHMENTS
December 10 is the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony Day. To mark this event, a panel of UBC professors will discuss all six of this year's Nobel Prize-winning contributions to the world -- explaining the what, how, and the why of these game-changing ideas in an event geared to everyone.
The event is in lecture theatre ASC 140 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served before presentations begin.
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From June 22 to 26, 2015, UBC Okanagan will welcome researchers, administrators, practitioners, students and policy-makers from around the world to explore issues in healthy and sustainable campus development. Volunteer opportunities are available.
Nobody likes to get a parking ticket, but they do happen. If you forget to pay a parking fine before its overdue date, Parking Services has a way to apply part of your fine to benefit local food banks.
Third-year marketing students, from left, Marc Qian, Brendan Sprague, Kira McDougall and Kevin Chan researched the car share option and came up with a marketing plan for OGO Car Share Co-op. Their project is part of the Healthy City Partnership signed between UBC Okanagan, the City of Kelowna, and the Interior Health Authority.
UBC students present options to make local communities healthier
Third-year marketing class creates campaigns for municipalities and organizations
Management students are learning first-hand what makes a community healthy, sustainable, and a good place to live. They’re also learning how to market their ideas.