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PhD student designing #robots that collaborate with people. Blogger on a mission to shape our more robotic future. Coffee & social media junky. #Roboethics
Brock Haller. Communicator of all things courses, money and enrolment across web, social media, email and more to get the right information to students at the right time. Believes in plain language and good design.
Professor of English, biographer, critic, oenophile, gentleman jogger. Interested in Modernism's occupation with velocity and speed. Coffee. Comedy.
Writer, reader, fashion designer, barista, singer, dancer, lover and hugger. Create your own stories, don't live in others.
UBC BCOM student. Treasurer and enthusiastic member of the UBC Triathlon Club. Passions for acting and triathlon. Storm the Wall is a MUST for Everyone!
Geography major, Environment and Sustainability program. Sustainability ambassador. Solar gadget wearer. Frequently performs spontaneous recycling interventions. #RippleEffectUBC
Attending UBCO to major in Computer Science, loves the challenges programming presents. Excited about life on residence and being near the mountains.
Student, environmentalist, Model UN enthusiast, feminist, language learner. I love good design and creative solutions to complex problems!
This week at #UBC: Thunderbirds vs. Heat soccer games, career days and the Shall We Dance? ballroom dancing showcase. http://t.co/dXEgaMGnj9
“Ants are crunchy, crickets taste like shrimp, stinkbugs have an apple flavour & some worms are spicy.”- @ubcLFS prof http://t.co/igo9woOaLG
An acceptance letter 69 years late: 87-year-old doctor the first student in a new Asian Canadian studies program http://t.co/PXGQKbuoAA
Missed the President’s Installation? Watch the webcast and see the impact of our faculty and alumni across the globe. http://t.co/P6TmD3PHre
#UBC celebrates and supports entrepreneurship. It is embedded in our DNA. – @ArvindUBC