A first-person story from UBC journalism student on their experience reporting abroad
A first-person story from a UBC journalism student on their experience reporting abroad
Finding Generation Green In China
A Story of Displacement in Indonesia
Diving Into India’s Mental Health Landscape
UBC Journalism Student Investigates Deadly Conflict
UBC Journalism student reports from the edge of civil war
UBC prof pushing the limits of what we can do with light, while illuminating young minds.
Campus connector, inspired by curiosity, proud alumna, accredited business communicator. Recommends thinking outside the box, but having a seat @ the table first.
PhD student in the health humanities. Two department homes: English and Science & Technology Studies. Ethics researcher for @NGDIUBC. Equal parts activist and academic.
Enjoying the mad existential circus of consciousness, pursuing the BFA dream from an accredited art program after overcoming innumerable “life events”—if you want it bad enough you can do anything, I am living proof.
Spotlight on 2015 #UBC Killam Postdoc Research Prize Winner Kanna Hayashi http://t.co/iN3X5ynRVU via @UBCGradSchool http://t.co/rnAZ7dkGM2
Wu Man and the Shanghai Quartet perform A Night in Ancient and New China @chancentre May 9 http://t.co/ZE0Zt9KES8 http://t.co/P1U2yF2gA9
Gender, addiction and masculinity explored in gem of a memoir by #UBCO writing instructor: http://t.co/6flO5Qs4jq http://t.co/0mKrdyPVO9
Four researched-based methods for tackling fear, including popping a Tylenol: http://t.co/MK8mJ6Danp http://t.co/JixIi02DOF
Want to start a #FlexibleLearning project? Here’s how: http://t.co/lPYxMPTBvG #UBC http://t.co/qzKFwcdIl1