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Students from UBC Okanagan and Okanagan College receive expert hands-on instruction in laying bricks.

Engineering students get hands-on masonry
instruction from industry experts

On Friday, Sept. 25, a third-year engeineering class, and Concrete Design students from Okanagan College, received expert instruction in masonry from industry partner Gracom Masonry of Kelowna, and Bill McEwen, Executive Director of the Masonry Institute of B.C.

Organized by UBC Okanagan Engineering Professor Solomon Tesfamariam, whose teaching interests include earthquake engineering and reinforced concrete design, this hands-on experience helped students put theory into practical application.

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Nationally renowned Cree playwright, novelist, and children's author Tomson Highway
Aboriginal literature: what, when, how, and why?
Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies launches International Speaker Series on Nov. 3

On Tuesday, Nov. 3, the Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies (FCCS) is bringing nationally renowned Cree playwright, novelist, and children's author Tomson Highway to open the inaugural FCCS International Speaker Series. Highway will speak at the Rotary Centre for the Arts (421 Cawston Ave., Kelowna) on the topic of Aboriginal Literature: What, When, How, and Why?

This event is free and open to the public. Note that it is general admission and seating is limited. The talk begins at 7:30 p.m. and doors will open at 7 p.m.

For more information contact David Jefferess, assistant professor of English and cultural studies, at 79359.

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Pushor Mitchell creates major student award at UBC Okanagan
A $10,000 annual prize, committed for 20 years, has been created by Pushor Mitchell LLP to be awarded each year to a top graduating student in the Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences at UBC Okanagan.

The Pushor Mitchell LLP Gold Medal Leadership Prize will be given annually to an undergraduate student who has successfully completed his or her final 54 credits in the Barber School, and who demonstrates high academic achievement and leadership in one or more of the following areas: community service or volunteerism, cross-cultural relations, promotion of diversity, intellectual pursuits, and artistic or athletic endeavours.


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2009 UBC Okanagan United Way Campaign goals announced
Being a part of UBC Okanagan means giving back to the greater community that supports us so generously. One of the best ways to do this is by getting behind the annual United Way campaign, UBC's designated charity.

This year's UBC Okanagan United Way campaign kicked-off formally with the Breakfast-to-Go event on September 30. At the kick-off, this year's goal of $45,000 was announced by Deputy Vice Chancellor Doug Owram.

Other events to watch for this year include:

  • Halloween barbecue: Friday, Oct. 30
  • Silent auction and bake sale: Wednesday, Nov. 18
  • Poinsettia sale: Thursday, Nov. 20 to Friday, Nov. 27
  • Campaign Wrap-up: Friday, Dec. 4

Even with all this activity, the United Way campaign relies on faculty and staff pledges for almost 85 per cent of funds raised. The United Way campaign team encourages you to consider making a pledge. Remember that the United Way supports a broad range of organizations committed to individuals and families throughout our community.

The 2009-2010 UBC Okanagan United Way Campaign Team consists of Sharon McCoubrey (Chair), George Athans, Jennifer Hewitt, Elizabeth Kershaw, Louise Nelson, Lindsay Peruniak, Carrol Pidhaichuk, Deana Simmons, Ryan Hirowatari, Don Thompson, Brenda Tournier, Alanna Vernon and Gwen Zilm.

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Courtyard flash mob goes direct to video
A flash mob involving students from the Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies gathered in the UBC Okanagan courtyard at precisely 12:18 p.m. on September 21. This was part of a global event that took place in over 300 countries simultaneously to encourage leaders to go to the climate summit in Copenhagen this December and sign a fair, ambitious and binding treaty that will stop catastrophic climate change.

Soon after the flash mob ended, the world was able to view it all in a high-energy YouTube video entitled "Global Wakeup at UBCO." Other global wakeup flash mob videos can be seen on the AVAAZ website.

Enjoy the YouTube video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gw_XmTJPI3A

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New photo contest asks students "What is Campus Life?"
A new photo contest open to all students started on October 1, and offers participants the chance to have their work featured in one of the campus collegia spaces. The theme of the contest is, "What is Campus Life?"

Up to four winners will be chosen. Winning photos will be displayed in the collegias on Tuesday, Oct. 20, and will remain there for the remainder of the academic year. Students are encouraged to focus on producing photos suitable for any and all of these spaces. For more information on the collegia spaces visit the Campus Life website.

Participants have until 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 12, to submit photos to Student Events Coordinator Chelsea Butchart in a JPG format.

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Amazing Race Wellness Challenge hits the road this November
Join colleagues at UBC's Vancouver campus this fall in a new challenge designed to help promote a healthier campus community. The new Amazing Race Wellness Challenge involves teams of at least four collecting points by competing in a campus-wide five-week marathon of health challenges.

Collecting points is simple -- team members simply have to document individual healthy-lifestyle choices they've made during the challenge that fit under one of the five dimensions of wellness: physical activity, nutrition, intellectual, psychological and social/community health. This can be anything from eating a nutritious breakfast to sorting out personal finances.

The team with the most points will be declared champion and will receive the grand prize (a choice of a Nintendo Wii, two massage chairs or a $400 Food Services gift card). Participants will also be eligible for weekly draw prizes.

The challenge begins on Monday, Nov. 2. To sign up a team contact Jeff Zeitz, Workplace Health and Sustainability advisor, at 78183. To find out more, visit the Office of Workplace Health and Sustainability website.

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Call for nominations: public education through media award
UBC Okanagan faculty members reach out to the community like no others -- constantly finding time to offer precise and well-researched expertise at international, national and regional levels. To recognize these contributions, the Provost's Award for Public Education Through Media was created.

The award recognizes faculty members who have demonstrated outstanding service to the university and greater community by actively and creatively sharing research expertise via the news media. The award consists of a research stipend of $2,000 and a certificate of award. All members of the campus community are invited to submit nominations for any worthy faculty member. Letters of nomination are due by Monday Nov. 2.

For information on award terms and criteria, or to access the nomination form, visit the Research Services Office website.

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SafeWalk Program re-launches for the year
Teaching a late class or lab? Leaving campus to drive home after dark? Don't walk alone when you can call SafeWalk.

SafeWalk is a free, student-run, foot patrol service that is available to all members of the campus community. SafeWalk has teams that will meet students, staff or faculty members and accompany them anywhere on campus. All Safewalk member have a bright yellow reflective jackets and signature flashlight logo.

Re-launched last week, the Safewalk service is open Sunday to Thursday from 5:30 to 11:30 p.m. and later on Friday and Saturday nights.

For more information email safewalk@ubcsuo.ca, call 78076 or drop by the Safewalk desk that's across from the cafeteria in the University Centre.

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Vera Schiff to speak at UBC Okanagan Oct. 28
Students and faculty members from UBC Okanagan are invited to attend a talk on Oct. 28 by Holocaust survivor and noted author Vera Schiff.

As a teenager, Schiff was incarcerated for three years in the Theresienstadt concentration camp, the infamous showplace of a model ghetto for the visiting Red Cross Commission. In 1945, Schiff returned to her home town of Prague. Following the communist coup d'etat in 1948, she immigrated to Israel. She settled in Toronto in 1961 and today continues as a public speaker sharing her personal experiences.

Schiff is the author of Theresienstadt: the Town the Nazis Gave to the Jews, winner of the 1998 Elie Wiesel Writing Award, and Hitler's Inferno: Eight Personal Histories from the Holocaust. She says the books "bear witness to mankind's darkest era. As a member of the rapidly dwindling group of Holocaust survivors, I believe it to be my duty to describe the tragedy as it unfolded, for only the inmate himself can do so with true accuracy and authenticity."

Presented by the Faculty of Education, Schiff will speak at 2 p.m. in the Arts Building (room ART103) on October 28, and will be joined by Carson Phillips of the Holocaust Education Centre in Toronto.

For more information, contact Vicki Green, associate professor of education, at 78107.

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New student-led theatre group created on campus
A new constructive and informal applied theatre program has been created at UBC Okanagan and organizers are looking for 13 performers for upcoming workshops and performances based on Sharon Pollock's play Walsh.

The group is being led by Jeannine Kuemmerle, Aboriginal and International Services intern, and recent graduate from the Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies. "This program was originally intended to help provide performance opportunities for International and Aboriginal students on campus," she says. "We've had so much interest from so many different groups -- the program has been opened to all students on campus who want to indulge in theatre in an informal and fun way."

For more information contact Jeannine Kuemmerle, Aboriginal and International Services intern, at 250.807.8787.

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Sharing thoughts and ideas: alumni and friends campus toastmasters club formed
So much of good living depends on good communication. Many have incredible thoughts and ideas to share but are shy on the skills to communicate them well.

The campus Toastmasters Club will help people find their voice, shape their words and their world. Participants work to become not just confident speakers but stronger leaders as well.

The club is open to everyone in the UBC community -- alumni, faculty, staff and students -- and will be led by experienced Toastmasters members. To get involved or for more information contact Alumni and University Relations.

More information can also be found on the Toastmasters B.C. website.

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Continuing Studies can help find the artist in you
The fall calendar of Continuing Studies programs launched in mid-August and Elaine Crebo MacLeod, Continuing Studies program manager, has never been busier.

"There are so many programs that the campus and greater communities are getting incredible value out of," she says. "The Artist in You Series, offers exploratory visual art courses that really emphasize creative experimentation -- anything goes!"

To find out more about the available courses being offered by Community and Continuing Studies visit the Continuing Studies website. You can also request paper copies of the calendar by contacting Barbara Hunter at 79289.

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Reminder: Human Resources web redesign survey
open until Oct. 19

UBC Human Resources are redeveloping their website and looking for input from faculty and staff in the following ways:
  • Complete the online survey at www.hr.ubc.ca until Monday, Oct. 19, and be entered into draws for weekly prizes.
  • Follow and provide comments on the HR Web Redevelopment blog to find how the survey results, focus groups, and research will influence the website redesign.

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Children wanted: campus daycare has openings for
three- to five-year olds

The Kelowna Campus Daycare Society currently has spaces available in their three- to five-year old program. The daycare society is located behind the Similkameen and Monashee student residences on campus. Although enrolment priority is given to university students and employees, the daycare is open to the community at large.

Interested campus community members are encouraged to contact Kelowna Campus Daycare Society Manager Christine Jeffrey at 78609 to find out more.

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Nursing Learning Centre now open on campus
Nursing students now have a new resource on campus to turn to for help. The newly opened Nursing Learning Center will help students with clinical skills, med math, writing skills, and other subjects specific to the nursing program. This newly opened centre also helps nursing students to successfully navigate the required program courses through networking with peers.

The Nursing Learning Centre is an open learning forum organized and run by nursing students to support other nursing students.

The centre is open every Monday and Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts and Health building, room FINA263.

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Chandra Crawford, one of the founders of Fast and Female, shows her 2006 Olympic cross-country skiing gold medal to Deirdra Holmwood, 14, and Kate Curtis, 13, both from Vernon.

Crawford spoke on Monday night at Kelowna's Rotary Centre for the Arts as the first presenter in this year's UBC Okanagan Distinguished Speaker Series.

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Mt. Boucherie grad nets first Capri Insurance Athletics Scholarship at UBC Okanagan
Ashley Briker, a graduate of Mt. Boucherie Secondary School, has been selected as the first-ever recipient of the Capri Insurance Athletics Entrance Scholarship at UBC Okanagan.

Briker will receive a $2,500 scholarship renewable for four years, funded by an endowment that Capri Insurance established in January to help top scholars who are also top athletes attend UBC Okanagan.

"Capri Insurance has been involved in the community for 35 years. We see UBC Okanagan as a tremendous boon to the community and we wanted to support it," says Capri Insurance Partner Tim Miller. "We felt strongly this was a meaningful way to do that. Athletics is a marquee area for the university, and we hope this encourages other students to come here."


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Office of Workplace Health and Sustainability adds new advisor and coordinator to the mix
A warm campus community welcome to Jeff Zeitz and Mallory Hewlko to the Office of Workplace Health and Sustainability. Jeff is an experienced Kinesiologist who brings a variety of medical, clinical, rehabilitation and industrial experience to his role as the new workplace health and sustainability advisor.

Mallory is a fourth-year geography student with a passion for the outdoors. She hopes to translate this passion into opportunities to engage and educate the public in environmental sustainability. Her new work-study position as the sustainability-focused goBeyond campus coordinator is a great opportunity for her to continue to demonstrate this passion.

To find out more about Jeff, Mallory, or the Office of Workplace Health and Sustainability, visit the Fipke Centre, room FIP246 or call 78183.

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Mathematics professor goes green for local shelter
Going green usually has a very different meaning, but for Associate Professor of Mathematics Wayne Broughton it meant a new hair colour and the opportunity to raise money for a very good cause.

Broughton was collecting money for a September 25 fundraiser for Inn from the Cold Kelowna, a local volunteer project which provides emergency shelter to people living on the streets during the coldest months of the year. The fundraiser -- dubbed the Love-Inn -- was organized in tribute to the 40th anniversary of John Lennon and Yoko Ono's Bed-In.

For the event Broughton promised to dye his hair electric green if his donations exceeded $1,000. Broughton ended up collecting well over $1,200, and contributed to the over $10,000 that was raised for Inn from the Cold Kelowna for the fundraiser.

For more information visit the Inn from the Cold Kelowna website.

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The UBC Okanagan super ambassadors

UBC Okanagan grabs top spot at annual AIDS Walk
UBC Okanagan was well-represented at the annual Okanagan Family AIDS Walk on Sunday, Sept. 13, as a team of student ambassadors from Student Recruitment and Advising was awarded the top non-corporate team, helping to raise a total of $1,079.

The annual Okanagan Family AIDS Walk helps raise awareness of the impacts of HIV and AIDS in the Okanagan, to show support for those whose lives have been affected and to raise crucial funds for support and educational programs.


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UBC Okanagan researchers featured in year's first Science in Society talks in Vernon Oct. 8
UBC Okanagan Human Kinetics professors Jennifer Jakobi and Gareth Jones will speak in Vernon on Thursday evening about their research into the physiological mechanisms involved in aging. They will present evidence that regular exercise, which engenders fitness, is ultimately the best medicine for successful aging.

Their presentation is the first in this year's Science in Society Speaker Series, and begins at 7:30 p.m. in the main lecture theatre at Okanagan College's Kalamalka Campus in Vernon.

Admission is $5 in advance or $7 at the door. Advanced tickets can be purchased in person at the Okanagan Science Centre or by phone at 250.545.3644.

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Nominations for researcher of the year now open
There is no shortage of great research being conducted at UBC Okanagan. From resurrecting extinct species and decoding digital lies, to exposing genocide and advancing healthcare in sub-Saharan Africa, UBC Okanagan researchers are making an impact across the globe. To recognize these contributions, the UBC Okanagan Award for Excellence in Research and/or Creative Scholarly Activity was created.

The award consists of a $5,000 cash prize and is presented annually during UBC Okanagan's Celebrate Research Week. Faculty members, deans, unit heads, alumni and students are all invited to submit nominations for any worthy faculty member on campus. Nominations close this year on Monday Nov. 2.

For information on award terms and criteria, or to access the nomination form, visit the Research Services Office website.

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RAP Workshops in October
The Research Assistance Program (RAP) offers students practical ideas on finding, handling, and presenting research information. This free series is presented by the Library in partnership with the Centre for Teaching and Learning. Here are some of the upcoming sessions:

For more information or to register for these workshops visit the RAP website.

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Lunch and learn: supporting the caregiver
More than one in five Canadians are giving care to someone with an illness. Those caring for family or friends naturally focus their energies on the health of their loved one and frequently neglect themselves. The stress experienced by caregivers can have negative consequences on their physical and psychological well-being. This workshop will provide participants with support and resources to help them in sustaining a healthy quality of life.

Date: Thursday, Oct. 8
Time: 12 noon to 1 p.m.
Location: Arts building, room ART276
To register: visit the Office of Workplace Health and Sustainability website

This workshop is free and open to all faculty and staff. For more information visit the Lunch and Learn website.

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Kick-off this semester's Connections E (for everyone) discussion on Oct. 16
All faculty members are invited to join this once-a-month discussion on teaching and learning issues. The discussion aims to share best practices information in an interdisciplinary setting. This month's discussion is laptop use in the classroom.

Date: Friday, Oct. 16
Time: 2 p.m.
Location: Student Service Centre building, room SSC044 (Centre for Teaching and Learning)

For more information visit the Centre for Teaching and Learning website.

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Accounting 101 and Finance overview
This course is intended for new employees and current employees who are assuming new finance responsibilities. It describes the structure of the UBC Finance Department, offers key contact information, and introduces employees to the basics of UBC accounting. Topics covered will include the roles of Payroll, Accounts Payable, Research and Trust Accounting, basic accounting practices, UBC account structure, and fund accounting.

Date: Wednesday, Oct. 21
Time: 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Location: Fine Arts & Health building, room FINA143
To register: contact Frank Mueller, financial analyst, at 78726.

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Smart Forms training
Smart Forms are web-based requisition forms that replace paper-based requisition forms (Q-Requisitions and Travel Requisitions). This session is limited to 12 participants.

Date: Thursday, Oct. 22
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon
Location: Fipke Centre, room FIP133

To register contact Gabriel Gock in accounts payable. Please include your CWL login ID, your phone number and email address.

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Navigating FMS nQuery
This course is intended for anyone on campus that has access to FMS nQuery. It provides participants with an overview of the FMS nQuery menu items and program features. An on-screen demonstration will highlight key options available and how to use them. The topics covered will include how to navigate this read-only system for various purposes: voucher inquiries, payments, vendor searches, purchase orders, ledger summaries and various payroll functions.

Participants are recommended to attend the Accounting 101 and Finance Overview workshop in advance of attending this workshop.

Date: Tuesday, Oct. 27
Time: 9 a.m. to 12 noon
Location: Fine Arts & Health building, room FINA142
To register: contact Frank Mueller, financial analyst, at 78726.

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October 7, 2009

Globalfest 2009
Later today students, faculty and staff members will have several opportunities for a globally connected experience in the Okanagan at UBC Okanagan's annual Globalfest.

This year's event will feature four student clubs -- the Asian Student Association, German Club, International Student Club, and the Aboriginal Student Council -- set up from 12 noon to 2 p.m. in the various collegia spaces on campus, selling a variety of lunch items.

At 12:30 p.m. Bobby Bovenzi from Nankama World Beats will be coordinating a drumming rhythm circle outside the University Centre's second-floor foyer.

Date: Wednesday, Oct. 7 (today)
Time: 12 noon to 2 p.m.
Location: Collegia spaces throughout campus and the University Centre second-floor foyer

For more information contact Jeannine Kuemmerle, Aboriginal and International Services intern, at 78787.

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Urban Forum looks at role of culture and arts in the future of Kelowna's downtown
The Barber School's Community, Culture and Global Studies Unit is hosting its annual Urban Forum on Tuesday, Oct. 13. This year's forum focuses on the Role of Culture in Urban Planning and Sustainability, and features two keynote addresses:

City Planning and the Art of Fostering Creative Communities
Mark Pickersgill -- city planner, freelance writer and musician
9:30 a.m.
Location: Science building, room SCI337

This keynote address is free and open to the campus community.

Thinking Big About Culture-Led Regeneration
Tim Jones -- President and CEO of Artscape
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Rotary Centre for the Arts -- 421 Cawston Ave., Kelowna

This keynote address is free and open to the public.

The annual Urban Forum is sponsored by UBC Okanagan, the City of Kelowna, the Planning Institute of B.C. and the Economic Development Commission of the Central Okanagan.

For more information read the Public Affairs media release or contact Bernard Momer, associate professor of geography, at 79406.

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Deans' Lecture Series opens this Friday with luxury fever
This October and November several UBC Okanagan researchers will participate in a special series of public lectures at the Okanagan Regional Library's downtown Kelowna location. The Deans' Lecture Series is a brown-bag lunch event that offers the public a chance to learn about the latest developments in research and teaching at UBC Okanagan, as well as participate in engaging conversation with the deans themselves, and network with community and business members.

The first talk in the series will be The New Cultural Revolution: Luxury Brand Fever in the People's Republic of China, presented by Professor Annamma Joy from the Faculty of Management.

Date: Friday, Oct. 9
Time: 12:15 to 1:15 p.m.
Location: Downtown Kelowna Branch, Okanagan Regional Library -- 1380 Ellis St., Kelowna

For more information visit the Deans' Lecture Series website or contact Tia-Maria Hoeller, Continuing Studies program leader, at 250.807.8177.

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Water and the world
The new Engineering Management speaker series offers the campus community two thought-provoking experts on October 14 that will discuss water from management and engineering perspectives.

Jono Lowe will begin the talk by sharing his experience of working in Uganda. He offers information on some of Uganda's current needs as well as steps others can take to help fulfill them. Lowe is also a member of Engineers Without Borders and will provide background information on how to get involved locally in this growing movement.

Rick Howard -- CEO of Element Four, a local Research and Development company -- will discuss his new technology that has global implications in clean water delivery: The WaterMill.

Date: Wednesday, Oct. 14
Time: 2 to 3:30 p.m.
Location: Arts building, room ART366
Registration: register online for free at the School of Engineering website.

For more information contact School of Engineering Instructor Carolyn Labun at 78715.

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Open Access: experiences from UBC Okanagan
Open Access is a growing international movement that uses the Internet to throw open the locked doors that once hid knowledge. Open Access is the principle that all research should be freely accessible online immediately after publication.

Join UBC Okanagan Open Access experts on October 21 and learn how Open Access can support your research and publication. Experts include:
  • Lawrence Berg, associate professor of geography and Canada Research Chair In Human Rights, Diversity and Identity
  • Peter Arthur, director of the Centre for Teaching and Learning
  • Barbara Sobol, Learning Services Librarian (Research)

Date: Wednesday, Oct. 21
Time: 1:30 to 2:30 p.m.
Location: University Centre building, room UNC334

This event is free and open to all faculty and graduate students. Light refreshments will be provided.

For more information contact Barbara Sobol at 78063.

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The Climate Project: Solutions and Opportunities
The Academy Award winning documentary An Inconvenient Truth has educated millions of people about the impacts of climate change. Angela Reid -- Kelowna city councilor and local entrepreneur -- was one of only 250 Canadians to be personally trained by Nobel Laureate and Former Vice President Al Gore to deliver The Climate Project, an updated version of the slideshow from An Inconvenient Truth. Reid will be on campus on October 22 to deliver this presentation.

This presentation will provide an overview of the latest climate science and how climate change is impacting B.C., Canada and the entire planet. It will also focus on solutions relevant in our community and beyond.

Date: Thursday, Oct. 22
Time: 12 noon to 1 p.m.
Location: Fipke Centre, room FIP121

This presentation is free and open to all faculty and staff. Space is limited so register early. Snacks and refreshments will also be provided.

To register, or find out more, visit the Office of Workplace Health and Sustainability website.

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Reminder: Run/Walk group runs every Tuesday
Students, staff and faculty are reminded to get ready for a new running season with the campus community's ongoing Run/Walk Group. The Run/Walk Group is a great opportunity to get or stay fit while exploring the hiking trails around campus. The group meets every Tuesday at 4 p.m. in the Kalamalka Residences Wellness Centre. All levels of runners and walkers are encouraged to participate.

For more information please visit either Health & Wellness Centre on campus -- located in the University Centre (room UC337) and Kalamalka Residence (room City Home 123) -- or contact Health & Wellness Counsellors Tracey Sutton or Roger Wilson.

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What's Happening at UBC Okanagan
The UBC Okanagan events calendar is the central point for online information about university-related events, on and off campus. Visit this page often for information about interesting speakers, people doing things on campus, or groups recognizing a national day of celebration or social action.

Events at a Glance:

For a full listing visit the UBC Okanagan events calendar.

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EventsUBCO.TV spotlight
The campus community's people, achievements and events are constantly being showcased on UBCO.TV. Check out what's new:

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