Event Series Map production with QGIS

Map production with QGIS

Walter C. Koerner Library 1958 Main Mall, Vancouver, British Columbia

This is an introductory workshop focusing on the fundamental concepts and skills needed to begin using QGIS to explore and analyze spatial data. It is also meant to help you understand how to get started composing a map document for print production. By the end of this workshop, attendees will have a basic understanding of […]


Employer On-Campus Info Session: Kiewit

Hugh Dempster Pavilion 6245 Agronomy Road, Vancouver, British Columbia

Event Overview Join representatives from Kiewit to learn about our projects, what we do, and the exciting opportunities we have. We will have a short presentation, then a Q&A and networking. We have open positions for engineering, business, and environment. Food will be provided for all attendees!   Attending Representatives Connor Fuller, Project Manager (UBC […]

Wednesday Noon Hours: Infamy Too!

Roy Barnett Recital Hall (Music Building) 6361 Memorial Road, Vancouver, British Columbia

Infamy Too! are committed to exploring the possibilities of the contemporary percussion duo repertoire. Julia Chien and Aaron Graham seek out programs which highlight innovative aspects in instrumentation, expressive potential of the medium, and also showcase music and composers from their native Vancouver, BC. For more about Infamy Too!, visit their website. Program Driven by Ivan Trevino Flower Pot Music No. […]

Free – $12

Employer Virtual Info Session: Chatwin Engineering Ltd.

Online/Virtual Event

Join the Career Development department for a virtual employer information session with Chatwin Engineering Ltd. Professional Engineers Darrell Smale and Jeff Wright of Chatwin Engineering Ltd. will guide you through a presentation of the companies Engineer In Training program. Darrel and Jeff will be available for a question and answer session following their presentation. Chatwin Engineering offers services for […]

Employer Virtual Info Session: The Brattle Group

Online/Virtual Event

Event Overview Brattle will be hosting a virtual information session for those interested in a Research Analyst career or internship. The information session will enable participants to learn more about economic consulting, the work we do at Brattle, and our full-time Research Analyst and internship opportunities, which will open in the fall. Attendees will have […]

Introduction to the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI)

Online/Virtual Event

Are you interested in computational methods in the humanities? Do you want to know more about Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) XML? This is a workshop for those interested in getting started with TEI. By diving into examples of projects and through introductory hands-on activities, we will explore several use cases of text encoding, as well […]


Indigenous Literatures from Coast to Coast: Round table with Louis-Karl Picard-Sioui, Nathan Adler and Sarah Henzi

Buchanan Tower 1873 East Mall, Vancouver, British Columbia

Join UBC’s Department of French, Hispanic and Italian Studies (FHIS) for a conversation on contemporary Indigenous literatures with authors Louis-Karl Picard-Sioui and Nathan Adler, and Sarah Henzi, Assistant Professor at SFU. Following their most recent publications, we will talk about the current exchanges, challenges, and barriers that exist for English- and French-speaking Indigenous writers in […]

Employer On-Campus Info Session: Rivian

Hennings Building 6224 Agricultural Road, Vancouver, British Columbia

Event Overview Rivian is hosting a Plug-in Session (Information Session) for University of British Columbia students. Please join us to learn about the exciting work happening at Rivian and how you can be a part of the adventure. We will discuss our Co-op opportunities and Summer Internship Program. We will also be bringing one of […]

Unlocking the Potential of Diversified Farming: Exploring Benefits And Overcoming Barriers

Online/Virtual Event

Diversified, small-scale and organic farming has the potential to support biodiversity on farmlands and increase farmer livelihoods. But transitioning to these systems can be challenging, especially for the small-scale growers who could have the most to gain from the transition. So how can growers overcome obstacles like organic certification, food safety regulations and supply chain […]


Imposter Syndrome: An alumni UBC & Scholar’s Community Networking Event

Online/Virtual Event

Event Link: a link will be sent to you prior to the event Questions about the event? alumni.events@ubc.ca   Whether you’re in your 1st year or are set to graduate soon, join us for the opportunity to connect with some phenomenal UBC alumni and experts from various backgrounds and careers as they share their experience with imposter syndrome. Learn […]

UBC Opera: The Merry Wives of Windsor

Old Auditorium 6344 Memorial Road, Vancouver, British Columbia

Based on the play by William Shakespeare SINGSPIEL IN THREE ACTS SUNG IN GERMAN WITH ENGLISH SURTITLES Otto Nicolai | Composer Salomon Hermann Mosenthal | Librettist UBC Opera Ensemble Norbert Baxa  | Conductor Nancy Hermiston | Director With Members of the Vancouver Opera Orchestra Legend has it that Queen Elizabeth I requested Shakespeare write a play showing the character of […]

$20 – $45