Week of Events
Learn the basics of using Git and GitHub for version control and collaboration. Git is widely used version control software that tracks changes to a group of files, referred to as a repository. GitHub is a popular website for hosting and sharing Git repositories, making it easier to collaborate and share your work. Together, Git and GitHub provide a […]
in the series Green College Resident Members' Series Coach House, Green College, UBC Pedro Villalba González, Physics and Astronomy There is much we have learned in the last century about our universe—its age, its composition, its expansive nature—but one of the most important questions in cosmology still remains unsolved: did the universe undergo a period of […]
From a Memory War to a War over Memory: The Past and Society in Ukraine and Russia during Soviet Times, and Beyond
in the series The Russia-Ukraine War and Memory Politics Coach House, Green College, UBC Serhy Yekelchyk, Germanic and Slavic Studies, University of Victoria Ukraine had been part of the Russian-dominated Soviet Union, but after gaining independence in 1991, the Ukrainian state and society developed in a direction markedly different from that of Russia’s. What in […]
Learn how to create your own podcast in this introductory and interactive workshop. This workshop will cover all levels of podcast production including content creation, recording, editing, and promotion. No previous podcasting experience is necessary. This workshop will also cover the basics of Audacity, a free sound editing software. Audacity can be used for many […]
R is popular for many applications including data visualization and statistical analysis. This beginner orientation is suitable for people with little or no R experience. It will help you decide whether R is the right tool for your data analysis needs and introduce R terminology using the RStudio interface. The workshop is one hour, followed […]
in the series Embodiment as Knowledge Translation Coach House, Green College, UBC and livestreamed A reception follows this event In this first event of the Embodiment as Knowledge Translation series, Green College Leading Scholars discuss how embodiment, care, positionality and relationality are valued in their respective disciplines and enacted in their pedagogical approaches. Join Sara Ann Knutson, History; […]
Connects at Robson Square is proud to host Folil Trafün (Joining Roots) Festival's main showcase, screening Indigenous and Afro-diaspora films from Latin America, followed by dialogues to deepen understanding of the films and their relationship with local realities.
in the series Sound Silence Power Duncan McHugh, The Learning Centre, Land and Food Systems Meeting Site: Sopron Gate A reception follows this event What happens when we prioritize listening, our aural perception or our environment? How does the ear capture and conceive of space and our surroundings? In what ways might we interpret the […]
Join the launch of UBC’s new pan-university initiative to connect researchers on climate change solutions. Learn about the initiative, engage with fellow UBC climate researchers, and contribute your ideas for the collective.