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Angela Brown, Valley First's Assistant Vice-President, Marketing, Engagement and Community Investment, was presented with a special thank-you trophy from student Manny Straith, left, Whitecaps president Bob Lenarduzzi, and UBC Okanagan's Director of Athletics and Recreation Rob Johnson.
Whitecaps soccer legend encourages player support and development
Bob Lenarduzzi speaks at Valley First/UBC Okanagan Athletics Scholarship breakfast
Bob Lenarduzzi, former player and now president of the Vancouver Whitecaps, told a sold-out crowd gathered to support student athletes that investing in young student athletes is an investment in Canada's future.
Ryan Hoiland, graduate student in the School of Health and Exercises, conducts breathing and blood-flow testing on volunteer Stirling Steeves at the Centre for Heart, Lung and Vascular Health.
UBC Everest research shows impacts on cardiovascular health
Grad student's findings add to knowledge about blood flow and breathing
Ryan Hoiland's work as a master's student is paying off in new understandings about human physiology – based on UBC Okanagan research conducted at the international Pyramid Laboratory near Everest Base Camp.
Students Sonya Mollema and Chelsey O'Callaghan discuss the Pageant display by Kelowna-based artist Kassandra Davis, recently installed. A wall, outside the university's book store, has been dedicated for art which may be deemed controversial.
UBC Okanagan opens display area for controversial art work
Public display of art may make some uncomfortable, but may also open debate
Art, controversial or not, deserves to be displayed.
The annual dessert buffet is one of many events organized by resident students on campus to raise funds for local charities.
Themed living communities help UBC students feel at home
Students living on campus are connected by more than their street addresses
Nearly 1,700 students live in residence at UBC's Okanagan campus. With many of these students in their first year of university, Integrated Living Communities have been created to help new students feel at home.
Registration now open for Undergrad Computer Science conference
The Canadian Undergraduate Computer Science Conference is the first conference in North America that showcases undergraduate research in the computing sciences. It takes place at UBC Okanagan from July 8 to 11.
2015 Heat Athletics Award Banquet The event highlights UBC Okanagan's vibrant student athlete community and included award presentations for outstanding, graduating, student and rookie athletes of the year.