June 13–19, 2021


June 6–12, 2021


Top 10 Events To Attend in June 2021

Top 10 Events To Attend in June 2021

Looking for things to do this month? Celebrate Pride with Alumni UBC, enjoy a virtual music performance, or learn networking tips to help build your confidence.


May 30–June 5, 2021


May 23–29, 2021


May 16–22, 2021


May 9–15, 2021


‘ONLINE’ Beaty@Home Live: Rivers

‘ONLINE’ Beaty@Home Live: Rivers

Aug 18, 2021 ‘ONLINE’ Beaty@Home Live: Rivers In the last Beaty@Home session of summer 2021, dive into the biodiversity and importance of rivers! Learn about the incredible impact rivers have and the upcoming book of Dr. Rick Taylor, Professor of Zoology at UBC.


CTLT Summer Institute

CTLT Summer Institute

August 23-26, 2021 CTLT Summer Institute The CTLT Summer Institute is designed to help participants enhance their understanding of sound teaching practices and how to implement them in their teaching contexts. Sessions will also feature workshops and panels related to the transition back to in-person instruction as instructors look ahead to the return to campus this […]







Top 10 Events to Attend in Summer 2020

Top 10 Events to Attend in Summer 2020

We’re going virtual! This summer, grab your device and join one of the many UBC events happening online.


Wellbeing in Nature: A Guided Virtual Experience

Wellbeing in Nature: A Guided Virtual Experience

August 4, 2020 Wellbeing in Nature: A Guided Virtual Experience Are you craving to be outdoors? Replace stress with relaxation in this experiential session.


Writing a (mindful) Learner-Centered and Inclusive Syllabus

Writing a (mindful) Learner-Centered and Inclusive Syllabus

August 4, 2020 Writing a (mindful) Learner-Centered and Inclusive Syllabus Learn about the characteristics and benefits of a mindful, learner-centered, inclusive syllabus, including considerations for the online environment.


Teaching Assistant Institute

Teaching Assistant Institute

July 20-24, 2020 Teaching Assistant Institute Supporting TAs as their roles change with the move to online summer and fall courses.


Teaching Remotely with Care: Introduction to Accessible Online Courses and Open Educational Resources

Teaching Remotely with Care: Introduction to Accessible Online Courses and Open Educational Resources

July 17, 2020 Teaching Remotely with Care: Introduction to Accessible Online Courses and Open Educational Resources Designing for accessibility benefits all learners. Join this workshop and learn useful processes, resources, and tips for getting started with accessibility.


Cutting through the Noise: Mastering the Elements of Clear Political Communication

Cutting through the Noise: Mastering the Elements of Clear Political Communication

July 23, 2020 Cutting through the Noise: Mastering the Elements of Clear Political Communication Join journalists Alison Broddle and Elamin Abdelmahmoud as they share how politicians can effectively communicate across platforms, and the role journalists play in strengthening democracy.


Essential Labour, Essential Lives: Migrant Agricultural Workers and COVID-19

Essential Labour, Essential Lives: Migrant Agricultural Workers and COVID-19

July 23, 2020 Essential Labour, Essential Lives: Migrant Agricultural Workers and COVID-19 If migrant labour is essential, why not migrant lives? Join a panel of community organizers and researchers for an exploration of the barriers facing migrant workers.


‘Teaching, Mapping, and Understanding the Sounds of Language’ Online Flash Talks

‘Teaching, Mapping, and Understanding the Sounds of Language’ Online Flash Talks

July 28, 2020 ‘Teaching, Mapping, and Understanding the Sounds of Language’ Online Flash Talks Join Language Sciences flash talks: three five minute talks using only one slide by three different language scholars.


Histories of Race and Contagion: Revisiting D’Arcy Island through COVID-19

Histories of Race and Contagion: Revisiting D’Arcy Island through COVID-19

July 30, 2020 Histories of Race and Contagion: Revisiting D’Arcy Island through COVID-19 Explore the connections between racism, health and nation by revisiting D’Arcy Island through a COVID-19 pandemic lens.