The Centre of Learning and Teaching Technology said that it is available to support TAs who were struggling to confront their professors about workload challenges.
AMS Council met last night to discuss a loophole in the recent remote invigilation restriction, post-pandemic economic recovery and the Indigenous coordination section of the AMS Sustainability Action Plan
This is the second time that BizChina has invited individuals from companies with ties to human rights violations to their events.
Reimer did not provide details on which issues prompted those disagreements with her colleagues, but said that the matter was “appropriately in camera.”
The Board is one of UBC’s most powerful governing bodies, yet it is composed primarily of individuals from the corporate world who are appointed by the provincial government, not the university.
Newcomers Shivani Mehta and Georgia Yee have won Senate seats alongside current senators Dante Agosti-Moro, Eshana Bhangu and Julia Burnham.
Incumbent Eshana Bhangu is running for a second term in the Senate on a platform of equity, accessibility and transparency.
Senate hopeful Shivani Mehta said that her current role as the AMS associate VP of academic affairs sets her apart.
In their final debate, ten candidates for five student senator-at-large positions again found consensus on almost every issue, but the knowledge gap between Senate insiders and outsiders became more apparent.
In the first AMS debate, ten candidates for five senator-at-large positions found consensus on issues of transparency, but newcomers slipped up occasionally on policy.
In their role as speaker of council for the last two years, Ibrahim has largely acted as a facilitator of discussion rather than a direct participant, but has still pushed for equity and inclusion.
Previously, these elections were conducted by AMS constituencies like the Arts Undergraduate Society or Science Undergraduate Society, for their respective Senate representatives.
Fewer students will be able to complete co-op work terms in the School of Kinesiology as the school undergoes organizational restructuring, according to an email sent out by administrators.
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.
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.