college week in my life: last week of the term! || UBC

college week in my life: last week of the term! || UBC

Yay learning So I was walking to class and everything was fine and then walking back I felt some water going into my shoe and look My boot just like has some massive hole in it What the frig I’m gonna go put on some …

Ryan Hoiland – 2018 Researcher of the Year PhD

Ryan Hoiland – 2018 Researcher of the Year PhD

One of the things that I’m very lucky with here at UBCO is we’re able to do a lot of non-typical things in Professor Ainslie’s lab. Such as arterial catheterization, jugular vein catheterization, these are invasive techniques. You have to go through the sternocleidomastoid muscle …

2019 Convocation Ceremony 1 Honorary Degree Recipient Lewis Kay

Now graduation at convocation is a very special time. It’s very special first and foremost because of you but it’s also special because universities bring very special people to graduate with you or to be honoured with you on this day. UBC has the honour …

UBC Campus Tour

UBC Campus Tour

Hi everyone, I’m Megan. And today, I just wanted to take everyone a little bit of a campus tour and talk about why I decided to come to UBC. Right now, I’m in the CHBE building, which is the Chemical and Biological Engineering Building. So …

A quick tour of the UBC Vancouver campus

A quick tour of the UBC Vancouver campus

Welcome to UBC, our campus is pretty big so let’s go check it out. This is the Musqueam Post. It marks one of the main entrances to campus. UBC is situated on the unceded, ancestral territory of the Musqueam people. Now we have the UBC …

UBC Class of 2016

UBC Class of 2016

Hi my name is Frankie Cena Yoyo Eto Matthew Emery Born in Vancouver, raised in Vancouver I was born in Kamloops, BC, grew up there. I grew up in Nigeria, Oman and in the Netherlands. I’m a fifth-year student in the Faculty of Science. I …

This Week at UBC – May 14 – 20, 2017

This Week at UBC – May 14 – 20, 2017

Welcome to This Week at UBC and this is what’s happening. Can rankings help us decide at the universities excellent or not are there alternatives to rankings come to Connecting the Dots, a panel where these questions and more will be addressed. Find out the …

17 questions with UBC’s new VP for Students

17 questions with UBC’s new VP for Students

Hey Jordan, pleasure to meet you! Ainsley Carry, Vice-President for Students. Nice to meet you. Hey, thanks for walking with me—it’s so good to get outside. I got to get my steps in. Definitely! We all need a break sometimes. So you’re the new VP …