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Applications to UBC’s teacher education program have gone up, despite recent job action by B.C. teachers.
November 28, 2014

The method in Black Friday madness

UBC business prof explains how stores fuel a buying frenzy, and what consumers get out of it.



UBC named partner in national Industrial Biocatalysis Network

UBC is part of a new research initiative aimed at upgrading the sustainability of Canada’s industrial sector by replacing its lifeblood — petrochemicals — with green alternatives. 

UBC dentistry prof awarded top military honour

Dentistry professor David Sweet is presented with the Medallion for Distinguished Service for his work in forensic odontology—the science of victim identification using teeth and dental charts.



No need for an election day holiday

Making an election day a holiday in Canada would be a bad idea, says UBC political scientist David Moscrop.

Elections yield mixed results for women

Three UBC PhD candidates in a new Vancouver Sun op-ed discuss the number of elected women in B.C. politics.



UBC Okanagan’s Mechatronics Club

Members of the Mechatronics Club at UBC Okanagan describe the inner workings of the club.



UBC women complete three-peat; men claim sixth at NAIA’s

The UBC Thunderbirds won the team title at the 35th NAIA Women’s Cross Country Championship in dominant fashion this weekend.



Final weekend of Ai Weiwei: New York Photographs 1983-1993 at the Belkin Art Gallery

The photographs in this exhibit were taken by the artist during the decade that he resided in New York City, following his first time away from China.

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