Data Organization in Spreadsheets for the Social Sciences

Online/Virtual Event

Does data cleaning and formatting keep you up at night? Have you ever wondered about the basic principles of good data organization for spreadsheets? Set yourself up for success by attending this workshop. Good data organization is the foundation of any research project. Most researchers have data in spreadsheets. So, it’s the place that many […]

Free
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Virtual Go Global 101 Sessions

Online/Virtual Event

Thinking about adding a global learning program to your UBC experience? Check out this introduction to Go Global designed to help you decide if a Go Global program is right for you. During Go Global 101 students will: • Learn about the types of programs available like Exchange, Summer Abroad, Global Seminars and Research Abroad […]

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Behavioural Insights Seminar Series

Online/Virtual Event

UBC-DIBS is thrilled to announce this year’s outstanding line-up of researchers and practitioners sharing their field and lab projects using the behavioural and decision sciences to "nudge for good". Seminars are 10-11am PT on select Fridays.

Free

Expanding the Early Cello Repertoire: Elinor Frey’s Performances and Research

Green College 6201 Cecil Green Park Road, Vancouver, British Columbia

Early Music Vancouver at Green College Elinor Frey, Cellist, with special guest Natalie Mackie Coach House, Green College, UBC, and livestreamed Monday, December 12, 5-6:30 pm Join us for the third Early Music Vancouver event at Green College this academic year. Early Music Vancouver presents music in ways that are attentive to and inspired by styles, […]

Does Global Health Make Data or Health? Learning from Peruvian Trans Women

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To imagine and reimagine a more just global health, Dr. Amaya Perez-Brumer asks you to join her in sitting with the discomfort of the following question, “Does global health make data or does global health make health?” To begin to think through this question, she will discuss three ongoing paradoxes rooted in the extractive logics at the […]

Plaiting Stories: Reflections on Indigenous Networks

Irving K. Barber Learning Centre 1961 East Mall, Vancouver, British Columbia

The English Language and Literatures graduate course Indigenous Literary Networks taught by Dr. Alice Te Punga Somerville is pleased to invite you to our research event, “Plaiting Stories: Reflections on Indigenous Networks,” on December 16th from 12-3 pm in The Dodson Room at Irving K. Barber Learning Centre. This event will consider how the term […]

Free

Recurring

Behavioural Insights Seminar Series

Online/Virtual Event

UBC-DIBS is thrilled to announce this year’s outstanding line-up of researchers and practitioners sharing their field and lab projects using the behavioural and decision sciences to "nudge for good". Seminars are 10-11am PT on select Fridays.

Free

Recurring

Behavioural Insights Seminar Series

Online/Virtual Event

UBC-DIBS is thrilled to announce this year’s outstanding line-up of researchers and practitioners sharing their field and lab projects using the behavioural and decision sciences to "nudge for good". Seminars are 10-11am PT on select Fridays.

Free

Recurring

Behavioural Insights Seminar Series

Online/Virtual Event

UBC-DIBS is thrilled to announce this year’s outstanding line-up of researchers and practitioners sharing their field and lab projects using the behavioural and decision sciences to "nudge for good". Seminars are 10-11am PT on select Fridays.

Free