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Every gift makes a difference. Your support enriches the experiences of our students, and through them, our community and our world.

Projects and Success Stories:

  • Priority Project

    UBC Geriatric Dentistry Program

    UBC Geriatric Dentistry Program

    In the fall of 2010, Alice Choi received some disappointing news: the program that had provided oral health care for residents of her facility—the Simon K.Y. Lee Seniors Care Home—was more

  • Success Story

    Support Graduate Students

    Support Graduate Students

    Bureau of Legal Dentistry (BOLD) graduate student Laura Mai is currently working with an innovative technology called SCODA (Synchronous Coefficient of Drag Alteration) to clean forensic DNA evidence more

  • Special Appeals

    UBC Wrestling

    UBC Wrestling

    Wrestling was one of the original sports at UBC. It continues to be an important part of the lives of many UBC students. more

  • Priority Project

    Frank Gnup Memorial Football Award

    Frank Gnup Memorial Football Award

    In 2009 members of the 1959 Thunderbird football team hosted a 50th anniversary reunion at the Homecoming football game in Thunderbird Stadium. The event was a great success reconnecting friends more

    Student Learning

  • Special Appeals

    Pharmaceutical Sciences Building

    Pharmaceutical Sciences Building

    The Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences is currently undertaking unprecedented growth, with the vision to become a global leader in pharmaceutical education and research. more

    Student Learning

  • Priority Project

    The Judith Saltman Prize

    The Judith Saltman Prize

    Professor Judith Saltman is recognized internationally as an expert on Canadian children’s literature; however her contributions go far beyond her scholarship. In her 32 years as a professor in the more