Projects by Campus

Projects and Impact Stories:

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    Hannah Le Bouder

    This GivingTuesday — change their world, so they can change ours.

    December 3, 2019, is GivingTuesday, a global day of giving that caps off Black Friday and Cyber Monday every year. It’s a time when Canadians, charities and businesses come together more

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    Adolescents & Adults with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Conference

    Adolescents & Adults with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Conference

    Although there are thousands of published articles on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), there is limited research on adolescents and adults with FASD. To help bridge this gap in knowledge, more

    Community Engagement

  • Priority Project

    A woodland caribou ‘captured’ by a WildCo camera trap

    Human-Wildlife Coexistence on a Crowded Planet – The WildCo Lab

    Wild animals hold a special place in human cultures around the world. Many species are woven into the cultural identity of a country, while others inspire international awe and intrigue. more

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    George E. Winkler Memorial Scholarship

    The Legacy of a Prospector and a Poet

    Thanks to the forethought and generosity of a multi-faceted man from the 1800s, a prospector and a poet, the George E. Winkler Memorial Scholarship lives on into the 21st Century. more

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    Seraphine Munroe

    New scholarship for Indigenous graduate students

    Moved by words her grandmother spoke when she was eight years old, Seraphine Munroe has taken forest stewardship seriously on behalf of her indigenous community. Forging an interdisciplinary path to more

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    Dr. John Janmaat

    Aiming at Climate Change: No Magic Bullet

    When it comes to solving climate change, Dr. John Janmaat knows one thing for sure: “There are no magic bullet solutions.” For Dr. Janmaat, LEEF BC Regional Innovation Chair in more

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    Dr. Stanley Hashimoto

    It’s amazing what one lecture can do

    It’s amazing what one lecture can do. The annual Dr. Stanley Hashimoto Lectureship inspires UBC’s next generation of neurologists. The speakers are relatable role models for residents, more