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This Week At UBC – Mar. 25th – Mar. 31st, 2012

Lee and Keyanna come to the realization that they won’t be on campus for the summer and decide to announce the search for our summer UBCevents host.


Science vs. Moral Rhetoric: Sex Work, Policies and

Science vs. Moral Rhetoric: Sex Work, Policies and

Dr. Shannon speaks about the need for global accountability by policy makers for public health inequity among marginalized individuals.


The Aesthetics of Everyday Literacies

The Aesthetics of Everyday Literacies

Findings from a two year ethnographic study on children’s home literacy practices, specifically writing.


UBC Events at UBC Theatre’s Macbeth

UBC Events at UBC Theatre’s Macbeth

The bloody story of Macbeth and its lessons are skilfully portrayed by UBC theatre to engage the audience until the curtain falls.


UBC’s Got Talent Twitter Contest!

This contest is open to all members of the UBC Community: staff, students, faculty, residents, alumni and even people that have a general interest in UBC.


UBCevents with George Stroumboulopoulos

Canada’s boyfriend, George Stroumboulopoulos, sat down with our ‘This Week’ co-host Keyanna Burgher before he went on stage at the 2012 Arts Last Lecture.


This Week At UBC – Mar. 18th – Mar. 24th, 2012

This week UBC is holding a symposium to examine UBC’s role and response to the internment of 76 Japanese Canadian students during the Second World War.


Graduation

Graduation

This year, the graduation reception following each ceremony will be held in the newly renovated Buchanan Courtyard


Zakir Hussain and Masters of Percussion

Zakir Hussain and Masters of Percussion

Percussion legend and tabla virtuoso Zakir Hussain along with the Masters of Percussion open up the depth of Indian music.


Stress Less for Exam Success

Stress Less for Exam Success

Stress less about exams with the workshops and activities provided by the Chapman Learning Commons!


Brave New Play Rites

Brave New Play Rites

Twelve new, under twenty minutes plays from the Creative Writing Program & Theatre Department


This Week at UBC – Mar. 11th – Mar. 16th, 2012

Lee and Keyanna are shaping up for Storm the Wall, The Terry Global Speaker Series, UBC Votes, and Arts Last Lecture – it’s going to be an exciting finish to the semester.



Storm the Wall

Storm the Wall

Swin, sprint, bike, run & STORM THE WALL!


Dementia Research and Care in Social Media

Dementia Research and Care in Social Media

Learn how social media can be used as a tool for relaying messages about research on topics like dementia.


World Tuberculosis Day at UBC

World Tuberculosis Day at UBC

UBC’s 3rd annual symposium-style World Tuberculosis Day.


Education Under Fire

Education Under Fire

A 30 minute documentary on Iranian government’s denial of the right to education due to religion.


UBC Reads Sustainability

UBC Reads Sustainability

Morris Berman talks about the way we live today and his recent book “Why America Failed”.


UBCevents at Cherry(ty) on Top

The UBCevents team headed to the Cherry(ty) on Top event held by the International Students Association.


Course (Re)Design Seminar

Faculty are invited to participate in the course (re)design process to refresh a course they currently teach or create a new course


Investigating Our Practices 2012

Investigating Our Practices 2012

Practicing teachers, graduate students, teacher candidates and university educators from different educational contexts convene at UBC to share their investigations, understandings and questions


Baccalaureate Concert

May 23 Wed Baccalaureate Concert Featuring students graduating from the UBC School of Music 8:00 pm, Chan Centre FREE


This Week At UBC – Mar. 4th – Mar. 10th, 2012

This week, Lee is a little delusional about her performance. Other than that, there are some great things happening like Celebrate Research Week, Fair Trade Week, and the UBC Rec Triathlon/Duathlon.


A Midsummer Night’s Dream

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

One of Shakespeare’s most popular plays where characters change and grow in unexpected ways. Suggested price, $5 or food item. Reserve tickets in advance.