UBC Okanagan Department of History and Sociology Speaker Series

Okanagan Regional Library (Downtown Kelowna) 1380 Ellis, Kelowna, BC, Canada

Join guest speaker Dr. Ania Zbyszewska on March 14th as she explains how “just transition” from fossil fuels is understood and operationalized in specific contexts.

Scorch’s Spike & Smash Volleyfest

Gymnasium (GYM) 3211 Athletics Court, Kelowna, BC, Canada

Scorch’s Spike & Smash Volleyball Fest is a mixed tournament for all skill levels with teams expecting to play 3 games in round robin play and a minimum of 2 games in playoffs. Team costumes/uniforms are encouraged.


Brain Awareness Week event with keynote by Dr. Daryl Wile

Arts Building (ART) - Foyer 1147 Research Road, Kelowna, BC, Canada

Join us for an exciting day of brain exploration with Dr. Daryl Wile, a local neurologist and dive deep into understanding Parkinson's Disease.

Philosophy Colloquium

Engineering, Management, and Education Building (EME) 1137 Alumni Ave, Kelowna, BC, Canada

The Philosophy program will be hosting a colloquim featuring international guest speakers Dr. Eddy Keming Chen and Dr. Alan Hájek.

Art on the Line

Engineering, Management, and Education Building (EME) – Richard S. Hallisey Atrium (Lower atrium) 1137 Alumni Ave, Kelowna, BC, Canada

This annual event brings together the local arts community to celebrate the work of our students, faculty, alumni, as well as artists practicing in the community in the spirit of raising funds.

$10 – $200

Interdisciplinary Co-op Education Program Information Session

Online virtual event

To celebrate National Work Integrated Learning Month, join us for an informative session where you can learn about exciting undergraduate Co-op opportunities that bridge the gap between classroom learning and practical work experience.

Roots and Reflections: March

Online virtual event

Join us every month for an enriching experience as we delve into an array of Indigenous resources—captivating podcasts, thought-provoking articles, soul-stirring songs, enlightening book excerpts, poignant poems, compelling TV shows, and more.

Career Connections: Young Canada Works (Heritage)

Online virtual event

Join us for this presentation to learn how Young Canada Works (Heritage) can benefit you, how to apply for positions, and what to expect as a Young Canada Works intern or student.