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Learn how Excel will capture potential data errors, minimize input errors and then automate the updating of datasets into Excel tables and then into Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts.
This event discusses linguistic diversity amongst members of the greater Chinese community in Kelowna and showcases a website featuring community folksongs and folk stories.
Join us for this online Q&A session to ask questions and learn more about how to properly format your thesis for submission to the College of Graduate Studies.
Join this virtual session where Gurdeep Pandher, a Yukon-based Bhangra artist, will share the story of Bhangra and its connections to the land and people of Punjab, India, followed by a Q&A session.
Are you interested in a career in academia? Hear from five UBC Okanagan faculty members about their career journeys. The event will begin with an open panel discussion, followed by the opportunity to join a breakout room of your choice.
Join us for the 2021 Teaching Awards ceremony on May 17.
Dr. Francis and Ms. Ahmed Omer bring extensive experiences that span from the private sector, civil movement, to academic to speak about the underrepresentation of Black people in Business.
This live panel discussion will offer an opportunity to learn about effective Academic Integrity education practices from UBC Vancouver and Okanagan faculty.
Discover the history of Kelowna’s Chinatown and the cultural forces that drove its creation on a virtual tour of the Okanagan Heritage Museum. Chinese students from UBC Okanagan will reflect on what it means today in their heritage languages.
UBC’s Curriculum Mapping and Syllabus Generator Website: UBC Curriculum MAP (mapping, analysis and planning)
This live demo will showcase a new UBC website built to support instructors to ideate, evaluate or create new/current courses.
National conference, hosted by UBC Okanagan, intended to showcase a diversity of geohazards research promote student-to-student connections and student-to-practitioner connections across Canada, and encourage presentations from graduate students in the early stages of their research
Centered on the concept of leading during times of uncertainty and change, this program enhances awareness around how leaders tend to show up in volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous environments, and what they need to do differently to lead themselves, their teams and organizations.
A virtual showcase of the work of UBC Okanagan faculty and students in performance, creative writing, and media and visual arts who negotiate the complexities of Asian experience, identity and heritage. A discussion and a Q&A session will follow.