IT, Media and Classroom Services' annual holiday open house takes place on December 13 this year, from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. in ADM024.
There will be food, music, games, and a whole lot of Ho! Ho! Ho!
Holiday safety tips from Facilities Management
DECORATIONS, DISPLAYS AND CHRISTMAS TREES
During the holidays, decorations, displays, and Christmas trees often make appearances as part of the university's celebrations of the season. Facilities Management has provided a number of safety tips that should be observed this December.
The digital age was created by and for inventors and designers, tinkerers and do-it-yourselfers. UBC Okanagan taps into new media's legacy, blending artistic, technical and critical-thinking skills with the next generation of creators.
UBC study reveals how political leanings shape support for homeless
Stories, rather than statistics, unite Canadians on homelessness action
A new study by researchers at UBC and the University of Toronto has determined that people, regardless of their political stripes, will respond charitably to those experiencing homelessness if they learn about their personal stories.
UBC, BCIT partner with private cannabis company to brew beverage ideas
A unique partnership between UBC Okanagan, the British Columbia Institute of Technology and a private company, Pacific Rim Brands, has opened the door for the research and development of cannabis-infused beverages.
Mohammad Zarifi, assistant professor of engineering, shows his small biosensor that can be used to provides health care practitioners with a real-time diagnosis of a bacterial infection.
Engineering researchers develop tool for speedy diagnosis of bacterial infections
Inexpensive biosensor provides instant and accurate results
Using a small and inexpensive biosensor, researchers in the School of Engineering, in collaboration with the University of Calgary, have built a diagnostic tool that provides health care practitioners almost instant diagnosis of a bacterial infection.
On the anniversary of her sobriety, Lisa Kenoras spends time reflecting outside of Dr. Knox Middle School where she works as a mentor to Indigenous students.
Indigenous student improves life path through mental health
Earlier this term First Nations student Lisa Kenoras celebrated a mental wellness milestone on her life journey.
While it was a normal day for the majority of students on campus, October 24 was a special reminder to Kenoras. The days were dark leading up to October 24, 2017, when the Shuswap Nation member was caught up in a negative cycle.