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Apply to academic opportunities with confidence! Attend our workshop to learn how to write a successful academic cover letter.
Do you have questions about careers after grad, summer internships, or work in general? Join the conversation!
This is a virtual event. Join us using your personal computer or smart device.
Learn how microbes that live in the digestive tract affect our body and mind, and how a healthy lifestyle can sustain gut health and prevent chronic disease
This group provides a fun and creative way to explore the meaning behind our dreams to develop greater insight into our thoughts and feelings.
Writer in Residence, John Lent, will announce the winners of this year’s short story contest, with a chance to hear readings by the winners.
This is a Virtual Info Session and can be attended by using your personal computer or smart device.
Immigration Advising Workshops at International Programs and Services
Drop by the Advising and Involvement Centre, UNC 207, to have your resume reviewed by our Career Peer Mentors.
The Golden Apple Awards is a student-driven award ceremony that celebrates Faculty who support student wellbeing. These professors and instructors are being recognized for their contributions in one of 10 categories identified in Teaching Practices that Promote Student Wellbeing.
Need a break from studying? Classical music is good for your mental health!
Undergraduates are invited to join the SoE Advising Team for a virtual School of Engineering Advising Update on April 2 where they'll discuss upcoming final exams, grades, Summer 2020 courses and more.
Are you wondering how to “study” for an English final exam? This workshop will go over trips and tricks to preparing for and writing an English exam. This workshop is intended for First-Year undergraduate students in an English course, although other disciplines are welcome. No registration required. Location: LIB 237, in the Supplemental Learning room located in the Student Learning Hub. Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Kickstart your career! Hear from professionals about how they got to where they are, their current role and why they love it.
The cross-campus working group on Student Evaluations of Teaching, co-chaired by Dan Pratt (Emeritus Professor of Education and Senior Scholar, CHES at UBC Vancouver) and Peter Arthur (Professor of Teaching, Okanagan School of Education at UBC Okanagan), is hosting an open forum on student evaluations of teaching. This event is open to all UBC students, staff and faculty, and will begin with a summary of the group’s work over the past year, including recommendations the working group will be making to Senates at UBC Vancouver and…