Feeding the City: Tackling Food Insecurity in Vancouver

Feeding the City: Tackling Food Insecurity in Vancouver

Are you concerned about rising food insecurity in your own community? You’re not alone. Food insecurity affects one in five children in BC, visits to the food bank have risen […]


BCCSU’s Research & Dialogue Speaker Series: Youth Harm Reduction Calls for Action

As the second session of the BCCSU’s Research & Dialogue Speaker Series, Dr. Danya Fast and Kali-olt Sedgemore will share their experiences creating a youth advisory council and A Day […]


BCCSU’s Research & Dialogue Speaker Series: Social/Economic Disadvantage

Dr. Lindsey Richardson will be presented recent findings around social and economic disadvantage and the impact on well-being among people who use drugs. Tara Taylor will be responding to Dr. […]


Trivia Night

Trivia Night

Bring your friends and your sustainability knowledge to Koerner’s Pub to compete for awesome prizes! *Note: There is an entrance fee of $5 to attend, but all proceeds will be […]


Abolish Border Imperialism: Climate Migration, Racial Capitalism, and Empire

We are pleased to welcome writer and organizer Harsha Walia on April 6th for a talk on climate migration, racial capitalism, and border imperialism. Harsha Walia has been involved in community-based […]


Celebrating IBPOC Voices in Youth Climate Action

What does it mean to celebrate diversity and incorporate cultural values and practices into climate action work? How can we better amplify the voices of Indigenous, Black and People of […]


Indigenous youth: Nurturing the next generation

Indigenous youth: Nurturing the next generation

Community can be a cornerstone of identity and social connections can provide individuals with a sense of belonging, support, and guidance. That guidance may be influential, or even crucial, in […]


VP, Students listening session + pizza

VP, Students listening session + pizza

RSVP to attend UBC’s VP, Students, Ainsley Carry, is hosting a series of listening sessions to gather feedback from students on the progress made towards the goals in the UBC […]


VP, Students listening session + pizza

VP, Students listening session + pizza

RSVP to attend UBC’s VP, Students, Ainsley Carry, is hosting a series of listening sessions to gather feedback from students on the progress made towards the goals in the UBC […]


Indigenous Worldviews, Indigenous Law Revitalization & Self-determination as Critical Responses to Climate and Nature Emergency

Indigenous Worldviews, Indigenous Law Revitalization & Self-determination as Critical Responses to Climate and Nature Emergency

part of the PWIAS Catalyst Program Panel Discussion with Dr. Robert Clifford, Allard Law School and Dr. Jocelyn Stacey, Allard Law School Moderated by Dr. Jo-ann Archibald Q’um Q’um Xiiem, Emeritus College Cohort Robert Clifford will highlight how […]


Advancing Climate Solutions in a Politically Polarizing World with Andrew Weaver

Part of the PWIAS Catalyst Program Advancing Climate Solutions in a Politically Polarizing World with Dr. Andrew Weaver, Professor in the School of Earth and Ocean Sciences at the University of […]


Housing Assessment Resource Tools Launch

Housing Assessment Resource Tools Launch

Concerned about the housing crisis? The Housing Assessment Resource Tools is a nationwide housing research project that could transform the face of housing policy in Canada for the years to […]


Colloquium with Dr. Alice Kim, University of Guelph-Humber

Colloquium with Dr. Alice Kim, University of Guelph-Humber

Annually, the Department of Psychology hosts a colloquia series throughout the academic year. This program brings us together outside of the classroom to have conversations with our faculty and students […]


2023 UBC BizChina Forum

2023 UBC BizChina Forum

After 2 years of long anticipation, our UBC BizChina Forum, the largest student-run China-Canada conference in Western Canada, is back and better than EVER!  This year, our forum focuses on […]


Dr. Richard B. Splane Lecture in Social Policy

Dr. Richard B. Splane Lecture in Social Policy

Reparations in Social Work: A Progressive Model for Change with Senator Wanda Thomas Bernard Black Canadians are owed reparations for the harms endured during enslavement and the harmful impacts that […]


Colloquium with Dr. Tamara Bodnar, UBC

Colloquium with Dr. Tamara Bodnar, UBC

Annually the Department of Psychology hosts a Colloquia Series throughout the academic year. This exciting program brings us together outside of the classroom to have conversations with the speakers we’ve invited […]


Global Health Lunch and Learn: The Neglected Tropical Diseases

Global Health Lunch and Learn: The Neglected Tropical Diseases

About the presentation: The presentation will discuss the conception and evolution of the Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD) ecosystem now leading to the mass treatment of more than one billion people […]


Rally in Solidarity with Ukraine

Rally in Solidarity with Ukraine

On February 24, Ukraine and Ukrainians around the world commemorate the beginning of a nightmare, one year since the Russian full-scale invasion of Ukraine. At this rally, we would like […]


Black Male Initiative March Event

Black Male Initiative March Event

Register to attend and receive event updates: https://ubc.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9Ys0u0fVlpPeQgC About the Event: BMI’s March event will feature a panel of Black mental health and health professionals and students to talk about […]


Perspective & Conversation: Studying and practicing law with a medical condition or disability

Perspective & Conversation: Studying and practicing law with a medical condition or disability

The disabled community is severely underrepresented in the legal profession. People interested in the field often worry about how their physical and mental health conditions or disabilities may impact the […]


LAUNCH YOUR CAREER IN CANADA: My Career Story: Getting practical experience that ‘counts’ in Canada

LAUNCH YOUR CAREER IN CANADA: My Career Story: Getting practical experience that ‘counts’ in Canada

At this panel discussion and networking event, you’ll hear from speakers who set intentional work and life goals to help guide their career choices. Panelists will speak about how they’ve […]


LAUNCH YOUR CAREER IN CANADA: Alumni Office Hours with Elson Lim: Balancing work, school and life while facing financial constraints

LAUNCH YOUR CAREER IN CANADA: Alumni Office Hours with Elson Lim: Balancing work, school and life while facing financial constraints

Expand your network and participate in an open, round-table discussion with Elson Lim, Senior Data Engineer at Birch Hill Equity Partners, on the topic of finding work-school-life balance while facing […]


LAUNCH YOUR CAREER IN CANADA: Career options & career planning for international graduate students

LAUNCH YOUR CAREER IN CANADA: Career options & career planning for international graduate students

International Masters and PhD students have distinct goals for navigating their careers, and preparing for life after graduation. This interactive session will cover common questions and strategies for international students […]


LAUNCH YOUR CAREER IN CANADA: Ask a Hiring Manager: How to stand out when applying for a job

LAUNCH YOUR CAREER IN CANADA: Ask a Hiring Manager: How to stand out when applying for a job

At this panel discussion and networking event, you’ll meet with recruiters from different industries who have experience hiring diverse talent. Ask about their hiring process, find out what top skills […]


LAUNCH YOUR CAREER IN CANADA: How to find on-campus work & research opportunities

LAUNCH YOUR CAREER IN CANADA: How to find on-campus work & research opportunities

This event will offer an overview of the various work and research opportunities available to international students at UBC and provide insights to how to look and apply for these […]