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Jul 03, 2014 New art on display at Koerner Library
The community is invited to the Koerner Library to view the new artwork on display in the main floor foyer. The works are from a series entitled Sites and Place […]
Apr 16, 2014 TV turns 75
The first television was introduced 75 years ago. UBC's Tiffany Potter looks at how it changed us, and how it will change in the future.
Apr 16, 2014 Leadership equity
Jennifer Berdahl is the newest professor at UBC’s Sauder School of Business, holding the Montalbano Professorship in Leadership Studies: Women and Diversity. Berdahl has researched equity in the workplace for […]
Apr 16, 2014 What gets in the way of women supporting women?
People perceive female conflict in the workplace more negatively than male conflict, according to UBC doctoral student Leah Sheppard. “Some of these [negative female relationship] stereotypes could be dangerous and […]
Apr 16, 2014 UBC volleyball player nominated for CIS female athlete of year
UBC volleyball player Lisa Barclay is one of four nominees vying for CIS female athlete of the year. The winner will be announced April 28 in Calgary.
Apr 16, 2014 Sardines are healthy and Omega-3 rich
The health benefits of sardines are the focus of a new article in The Toronto Star. According to Tony Pitcher, UBC fisheries professor, sardines spawn near the Mexican border in […]
Apr 16, 2014 NDP critics wonder what air force is giving up with new Cyclones
The NDP is raising concerns over the acquisition of Cyclone helicopters by the Canadian air force, believing they may have gotten a raw deal. “The risk here is political pressure […]
Apr 16, 2014 C02 Grand Challenge projects share $12M in initial funding
A UBC project has won $500,000 in an Alberta-based competition that rewards innovative uses for carbon. The UBC project removes salt in industrial waste water using carbon dioxide.
Apr 16, 2014 The best type of exercise for your brain
Aerobic exercise can help fight off dementia in older women, according to a UBC study. Teresa Liu-Ambrose, the study’s coauthor and assistant professor of physical therapy, says aerobic exercise can […]
Apr 16, 2014 Antibiotics improve growth in children
Antibiotics could help undernourished children grow to a more healthy height and weight, according to a team of researchers, including some from UBC. Amee Manges, a UBC School of Population […]
Apr 16, 2014 UBC Okanagan students victorious
UBC Okanagan has reversed its decision to cut three accounting courses from its curriculum. “The level of concern from students was significant and it was clear that they had a […]
Apr 16, 2014 “Sensory” Interventions for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder: What Does the Research Say?
“Sensory” Interventions for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder Wed Apr 16 2014, 1 PM – 2:30 PM 2125 Main Mall, Neville Scarfe Building, Rom 310 This presentation will provide an […]
Apr 16, 2014 “Sensory” Interventions for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder: What Does the Research Say?
Apr 16, 2014 Brain drain challenges First Nation communities across Canada
Urban migration of Aboriginal youth is the focus of a new report by CBC News, in partnership with the Reporting in Indigenous communities course at the UBC Graduate School of […]
Apr 16, 2014 Isolating the causes of Crohn’s
South Asian children who live in the West are at a much greater risk for Crohn’s disease, says a UBC professor, as an international study begins looking for answers. “In […]
Apr 15, 2014 Multilateral War is Hard
Multilateral War is Hard Tue Apr 15 2014, 12:15 PM – 1:45 PM C.K. Choi Building for the Institute of Asian Research Stephen Saideman’s presentation will develop the arguments set […]
Apr 15, 2014 Multilateral War is Hard: Understanding NATO’s Challenges in Afghanistan and Libya
Apr 14, 2014 Grand slam gives UBC seniors a win in final regular season game
Four softball seniors celebrated their Thunderbird careers with a win in their final regular season game.
Apr 14, 2014 Community and business leader Lindsay Gordon to be next UBC Chancellor
The University or British Columbia Board of Governors today appointed business and community leader, and double alumnus Lindsay Gordon to become the university's 18th chancellor on July 1, 2014.
Apr 14, 2014 Public Poetics, Public Women
Public Poetics, Public Women Mon Apr 14 2014, 4 PM – 5:30 PM 1873 East Mall, Buchanan Tower The title of this talk, “Public Poetics, Public Women,” is meant to […]


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