- UBC Okanagan hosts virtual Nobel Night eventDec 7
- UBC study explores link between social status and trust in decision-makersDec 3
- Irving K. Barber Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences’ inaugural Dean begins five-year termNov 30
- UBC Okanagan rethinks and relaunches its Bachelor of Arts programNov 24
- Lawyer, journalist and equity advocate Hadiya Roderique explores racism in the workplaceNov 10
- UBCO study says it’s not if, but how people use social media that impacts their well-beingNov 2
By order of the Provincial Health Officer, in-person UBC events — both indoors and outdoors — are suspended. Events are required to be held virtually with only essential staff on site in-person to support the virtual event delivery and broadcast. This is in effect until February 5, 2021, at midnight.
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