Spotlight

Men’s Basketball: Team China vs. UBC Thunderbirds

Men’s Basketball: Team China vs. UBC Thunderbirds

Come and cheer on your UBC Men’s Basketball Team as they face China’s National Team.


Amphitheatre Summer Series: Dianna David

Amphitheatre Summer Series: Dianna David

Dianna David is one of the most unique storytellers you will ever see. She will mesmerize you with her musicality and dance moves, playfully pull at your heart strings while opening your mind to new perspectives.


UBC Opera: Il Tabarro/Gianni Schicchi

UBC Opera: Il Tabarro/Gianni Schicchi

This production presents the dark and brooding, verismo opera, Il Tabarro; and the ever-popular farce, Gianni Schicchi.


Sing! Sing! Sing! UBC

Sing! Sing! Sing! UBC

Come sing Mamma Mia with the UBC drop-in choir, Sing! Sing! Sing! UBC. All voices are welcome, no experience needed!


Happy How-To: From Happiness Research to Happier Cities

Happy How-To: From Happiness Research to Happier Cities

The Vancouver School of Economics brings together some of the world’s leading happiness experts to discuss the latest research on happiness and how to translate it into actionable ideas.


UBC Farm Farmers’ Market

UBC Farm Farmers’ Market

Get your local, certified organic, farm-fresh seasonal veggies, fruits, herbs, flowers and free-range eggs straight from the UBC Farm.


QPR Suicide Prevention Training

QPR Suicide Prevention Training

All students, staff, and faculty can participate in a free QPR training session at UBC.


Garden Days Bird Tour

Garden Days Bird Tour

Join us at UBC Botanical Garden as we search the Garden for exciting birds and listen for their melodious calls. This event is family friendly and great for beginner birders.


Spring Graduation Ceremonies

Spring Graduation Ceremonies

Celebrate with the UBC class of 2018 in person at the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts or view the live webcast of each ceremony.


CTLT Spring Institute

CTLT Spring Institute

The Spring Institute offers educators in the UBC teaching community an opportunity to share innovative practices and research around teaching, learning and technology.


Twenty Years of the South Asia Nuclear Doomsday Machine

Twenty Years of the South Asia Nuclear Doomsday Machine

The panel will discuss the various dimensions of the risks and dangers associated with nuclear weapons in India and Pakistan.


HUB Cycling Spring Bike to Work Week

HUB Cycling Spring Bike to Work Week

Bike to Work Week is a great way to get healthy, active and energized at work, and reduce your carbon footprint.


The Weaponization of Culture | Spring 2018 Wall Exchange

The Weaponization of Culture | Spring 2018 Wall Exchange

Global Affairs and Economics journalist Ali Velshi examines the current phenomenon and spread of culture wars, and culture’s role in both curbing and spreading populist ideals.


Opening Celebrations of Arts of Resistance: Politics and the Past in Latin America

Opening Celebrations of Arts of Resistance: Politics and the Past in Latin America

This provocative exhibition features two multi-sensory installations, including a mural painted on site by a women’s art collective from the Amazonian Shipibo-Konibo diaspora in Lima, Peru.


TEALEAVES & UBC Botanical Garden: Garden of Secrets

TEALEAVES & UBC Botanical Garden: Garden of Secrets

Your next big idea could be hiding in the bushes – literally. Developer, designer, innovator, or just plain interested? Look to nature for your next solution. A garden isn’t just a garden of plants – it’s a garden of ideas.


Educational Studies Symposium 2018: Indigenous Storywork as Pedagogy and Methodology

Educational Studies Symposium 2018: Indigenous Storywork as Pedagogy and Methodology

Conversations with Jo-ann Archibald about Indigenous Storywork as Pedagogy and Methodology.


2018 UBC Sport Science Symposium

2018 UBC Sport Science Symposium

A one-day sports science symposium hosting a wide breadth of presenters and attendees across all disciplines and sport science facets at UBC.


Science Rendezvous at UBC

Science Rendezvous at UBC

Science Rendezvous is an annual festival held across Canada showcasing the Art in Science.


HUB Cycling Bike to Shop Days

HUB Cycling Bike to Shop Days

Bike to Shop Days demonstrates how fun, affordable and convenient it is to go to shops, cafes, or restaurants by bike. The event consists of exciting weekend activities, prizes and the opportunity to engage with active and health conscious individuals in Metro Vancouver.


Wondrous Worlds

Wondrous Worlds

Enjoy an afternoon of spectacular music with a symphonic tribute to the world renowned film composer John Williams. Featuring his best works from Star Wars, Harry Potter, and Jurassic Park. Also, treat yourself to a special performance of Disney music by the VPOPS Choir, singing all your favourites from Lion King and Aladdin.


Persistence of Vision Film Festival

Persistence of Vision Film Festival

A festival showcasing and celebrating the work of UBC Film Production students through 21 films. Additionally, an award ceremony will be held at the Great Hall at UBC’s AMS Nest (free access with screening ticket).


10th Annual Celebrate Learning Week

10th Annual Celebrate Learning Week

Explore your passion for teaching and learning at the 10th annual Celebrate Learning Week. This week-long showcase of teaching and learning at UBC includes open lectures, poster sessions, workshops, and more.


6th Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium

6th Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium

The Graduate Nursing Student Research Symposium is a student-led initiative presented by the Graduate Students in Nursing Association in partnership with the UBC School of Nursing. Students, faculty, alumni, and community partners gather annually to share innovative projects, scholarship, and research in a dynamic interactive, and supportive setting.


A Matter of Confidence: The Inside Story of the Political Battle for BC

A Matter of Confidence: The Inside Story of the Political Battle for BC

British Columbia’s political arena has always been the site of dramatic rises and falls, infighting, scandal, and come-from-behind victories. However, no one was prepared for the historic events of spring 2017. Authors Richard Zussman and Robert Shaw join us to discuss their new book, A Matter of Confidence: The Inside Story of the Political Battle for BC.


Bang! Fest

Bang! Fest

Come for Bang! Festival hosted by the UBC School of Music. Featuring special performances such as Interactive Computer Music, Capstone Presentations, and Interactive Music and Dance with the UBC Laptop Orchestra! The UBC Laptop Orchestra is an ensemble in which students code their own computer instruments or audio/video processes.