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How to keep young minds active this summer
July 8, 2016

How to keep young minds active this summer

To keep young minds alert and engaged this summer, parents may be tempted to hand out worksheets and flashcards, but three UBC education professors say there are better ways to nurture children’s learning over the summer.



Some dietary fats still getting a bad rap, says UBC researcher

UBC research shows that some of the fats we consume are getting a raw deal when it comes to deciding what’s good for us.



Ending self-regulation in Vancouver real estate won’t solve crisis

The Globe and Mail published an op-ed on the Vancouver housing market crisis co-authored by UBC business professor Tsur Somerville.



Record contingent of UBC Olympians and Paralympians headed to Rio

A record number of Olympic and Paralympic athletes, coaches, and staff were sent off to Rio from UBC Wednesday afternoon.



Outdoor art on campus

Take a tour of the artwork on the Point Grey campus this summer and experience UBC in a new way.



Stories of Chinese and First Nations relations

UBC warmly invited the community to join us for a gathering of storytelling featuring the hidden history of early Chinese Canadian and First Nations relations.
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