In the wake of the departure of Arvind Gupta and the ensuing questions, a mountain of freedom of information requests are hitting UBC’s two Access and Privacy staff the hardest. This severe shortage of staff makes the mountain that much bigger.
In the middle of campus there’s a small, unremarkable, concrete building with one locked glass door on its northwest corner labeled ‘Clean Energy Research Centre’. You’d never guess it’s home to one of Canada’s largest fuel-cell research groups, working internationally with major industry and science partners to bring fuel cell technologies to market.
The AMS has awarded $10,000 to UmbraCity to pilot a free umbrella sharing service across campus, with four kiosks around campus and more in the works.
The sustainability goals were originally set by UBC’s first Climate Action Plan in 2010, building towards a 100 per cent reduction in GHG emissions by 2050.
UBC is making a $2.5 million annual investment in counselling services with the hope of shoring up long wait times and a lack of diverse expertise among counsellors. The first million will double the number of existing counsellors to 18.
Species have been disappearing from Earth 10 to 100 times faster than they should be, found a study out of the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
Kateh spoke to an audience yesterday about what he's learned after Ebola peaked in Liberia last year.
The B.C. supreme court has ruled that sperm counts as property, and UBC has proposed a $6.2 million settlement for those sperm was accidentally destroyed.
Results from the AMS' student academic experience survey this year show many students are feeling unsafe on UBC’s campus.
The class action lawsuit alleging UBC’s negligence led to the destruction of over 400 men’s sperm has won another victory towards proving UBC liable.
The Vancouver School of Economics Undergraduate Society is on track to become an official AMS constituency by the end of the school year.