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UBC Connects Student Event with Waneek Horn-Miller

UBC Connects Student Event with Waneek Horn-Miller

UBC Connects Student Event with Waneek Horn-Miller A special opportunity for UBC students to connect intimately and interactively with our speaker   Thursday, April 19, 2018, 12:00-1:00 pm, Liu Institute for Global Issues, Multipurpose Room, UBC Vancouver campus (Map) Pizza lunch included!   Register Online Tickets are free, along with the pizza lunch (while slices […]



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Baccalaureate Concert

Baccalaureate Concert

The Baccalaureate Concert is an annual event that occurs the evening of the first day of the Spring Congregation Ceremonies.



Pangburn Philosophy presents David Silverman vs Alex McFarland

Pangburn Philosophy presents David Silverman vs Alex McFarland

Does Christianity cause immoral behavior? This question will be the central theme for this exchange of ideas and criticisms. David Silverman is President of American Atheists and was the creator and Executive Producer of the 2012 Reason Rally. Alex McFarland is a speaker, writer and advocate for Christian apologetics.


Balloon Winter Wonderland at Wesbrook Village

Balloon Winter Wonderland at Wesbrook Village

Pop on by for our first annual Balloon Winter Wonderland at the Wesbrook Village Welcome Centre!


Fall Classic Run

Fall Classic Run

Join in at one of the last great runs of the year, the Fall Classic. 5KM, 10KM and Half Marathon races.


Student Leadership Conference 2017

Student Leadership Conference 2017

As one of the largest student-run conferences in Canada, the Student Leadership Conference (SLC) is an opportunity to explore your abilities, a hub for amazing individuals in the community, and a platform that inspires action. The SLC features well-known keynote speakers, workshops, featured presenters, and highlighted projects which all revolve around this year’s theme, Disrupt Ordinary.


Discussion: The Refugee Crisis in Global Perspective

Discussion: The Refugee Crisis in Global Perspective

This Green College event is part of the multi-day symposium, Breaking the Cycle: Canada’s Refugee Record on the Global Stage, alongside an opera and an art exhibit titled The Consul in order to stimulate discussion on the various aspects of the global refugee crisis.


The US Presidential Debate

The US Presidential Debate

Watch the live broadcasting of the Third US Presidential debate.


Global Indigenous Rights Lecture with Chief Wilton Littlechild

Global Indigenous Rights Lecture with Chief Wilton Littlechild

Come and participate in this year’s inaugural Global Indigenous Rights Lecture with renowned guest speaker Chief Wilton Littlechild, a previous Commissioner of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission.


Day of Longboat 2016

Day of Longboat 2016

Remember taking part in this UBC signature event back in the day? Relive those great moments by taking part in it again! Paddle for fun or race for first place, the choice is yours.


The Singer Behind the Song With Ben Heppner

The Singer Behind the Song With Ben Heppner

Ben Heppner gives us a rare opportunity to look into the training, careers and life of dramatic voice types in opera.


Vancouver Campus End-Of-Term Centennial Celebration

Vancouver Campus End-Of-Term Centennial Celebration

Students, faculty and staff are invited to the end-of-term Centennial celebration at Vancouver campus. Join us to reflect on our historic year and to look beyond the present to another century of growth and transformation.


Brazil Without Borders: UBC Brazilian Lectureship Visiting Speaker Series

Brazil Without Borders: UBC Brazilian Lectureship Visiting Speaker Series

The main objective of UBC Brazilian Lectureship Visiting Speaker Series is to create awareness about the academic work done at post-secondary Canadian institutions about Brazil, and the work done in Brazil in areas that have an international impact and are interesting to researchers and faculty members of post-secondary Canadian institutions.


Turning Invention into Innovation: Strategies for Scientist-Entrepreneurs

Turning Invention into Innovation: Strategies for Scientist-Entrepreneurs

Canada has an excellent record in invention, but struggles with innovation. In particular, scientific inventions of a radical, generic nature, with high potential economic and social value, can languish in the lab because of prolonged uncertainty and high commercialization costs. Drawing on her research in the advanced materials, nanotech, biotech, and clean tech sectors, Professor Maine will offer commercialization strategies for scientist-entrepreneurs.


Your Next Step: Workplace Trends

Your Next Step: Workplace Trends

Vancouver is a beautiful place to live and the ability to enjoy the west coast lifestyle is an important factor in many people’s job satisfaction. Recognizing this, the city’s best employers often shape their workplace culture accordingly, offering flexibility and unique benefits to attract the city’s top talent. However, given the hot local housing market […]


Complicity and Complexity: Realities of Racism at UBC

Complicity and Complexity: Realities of Racism at UBC

The conference aims to grow literacy and explore topics around race and racism through showcasing researchers in the field. A key focus of the conference is to provide a space for courageous conversations about systemic racism and to facilitate the growth of effective anti-racism practices.


UBC Reads Sustainability presents Naomi Klein

UBC Reads Sustainability presents Naomi Klein

Forget everything you think you know about global warming. On April 7th, join UBC Reads as we welcome Naomi Klein, award-winning journalist, columnist, and #1 international bestselling author, as she delivers her most provocative talk yet.


Humans Without Borders: a Global Perspective on Migration

Humans Without Borders: a Global Perspective on Migration

Amnesty International UBC will be hosting its annual conference on March 19th! Come join us to discuss a topical issue in human rights: human migration. This year’s conference will examine topics of human migration around the world, including conflict-induced migration from Syria, undocumented migration in North America, and refugee law and resettlement in Canada.


UBC Hip Hop Showcase

UBC Hip Hop Showcase

Underground rappers on the grind repping UBC and SFU present a night LIT with fire rhymes and bust-your-chest-open beats. Bring two friends, flame resistant clothing and a towel for these rappers’ molten flows.


Nowhere People Project ft. Greg Constantine, Allard Prize Photography Competition Winner

Nowhere People Project ft. Greg Constantine, Allard Prize Photography Competition Winner

Nowhere People is a 10-year investigation that documents the lives of stateless individuals and communities around the world. Greg Constantine is an award-winning documentary photojournalist from the United States and is one of the winners of the semi-annual Allard Prize Photography Competition.


2016 Vancouver Defeat Depression Run

2016 Vancouver Defeat Depression Run

UBC MHAC is working with UBC Recreation (UBC REC) and Vancouver Defeat Depression to host another Defeat Depression 5km Run/Walk at the UBC Vancouver Campus!


MUNSA Presents: Crisis & Conflict 2016

MUNSA Presents: Crisis & Conflict 2016

MUNSA is back with our Spring One-Day Conference! Come join us to talk about issues surrounding emergency response and relief efforts.