The new office space, which was originally supposed to open in October, opened on January 6, in time for second term.
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The report was submitted on January 24 last year, but was not publicly released until last month when it appeared on the Institute’s website along with a formal response from PWIAS leadership, completed in November 2020.
I would like to suggest a few ideas that might elevate the campus from a 6/10 to a 7/10.
Inspired to make an impact in racialized communities, Sukhmeet Singh Sachal works on two projects: Translations 4 Our Nations and the COVID-19 Sikh Gurdwara Initiative.
At its first meeting of the new year on January 20, the UBC Vancouver Senate approved changes to class standings and heard a presentation from the Ombudsperson.
Dr. Amie Wolf, an adjunct professor in the Faculty of Education, is asking for an apology from the administration saying they’ve made an error, and for greater change.
Dr. Tara Martin and her team have identified 102 species found in the southern Fraser River estuary at risk of local extinction.
The licensing agreement will give Eyam exclusive licensing to self-amplifying mRNA vaccine technology, developed by UBC’s immunologist Dr. Wilf Jefferies.
Clubs are trying to find virtual ways to attract members with the support of new AMS initiatives. But since membership is still low for many clubs, they face a greater risk of deconstitution.
The plan is divided into four phases, with phases one and two focusing on immunizing those with increased likelihood for severe illness, and phases three and four focusing on the general population.
The $230.82 fee appeared on the Student Service Centre this semester, raising student concern.
In providing their audience with the facts, the podcasters hope to encourage listeners to take a more critical approach to the health headlines they encounter.
A tweet about the policy gained more than ten thousand likes and a thousand retweets earlier this month with users expressing concern with financial inequity in access to learning materials.
If this performance taught me anything, it’s that there is a power in memories, in nostalgia, and sometimes all it takes to relive those moments is a song.
UBC teaching students are worried that they are putting themselves at unnecessary risk for contracting COVID-19 during their mandatory school visits.