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Celebrating National Aboriginal Day and the Summer Solstice

June 21st not only marks the beginning of the Summer Solstice but it also means today is National Aboriginal Day in Canada. Some 15 years ago Governor General Romeo LeBlanc declared June 21st as National Aboriginal Day to honor and celebrate Canada’s Indians, Inuit and Métis. That particular day was chosen because of the cultural […]

Now available in cIRcle

Some recent undergraduate papers from the GEOG 419 course have been added to cIRcle, UBC’s Digital Repository! “Given the diverse nature of geography, our teaching and research are inherently interdisciplinary and we seek to integrate the natural sciences, the humanities, and the social sciences. We offer courses in a wide range of geographical specializations at […]

New Director of the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre

“Simon Neame has been selected as the new Director of the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre. Simon began his library career after obtaining a Master of Library and Information Studies from the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies at UBC.” “The Director’s mandate is to provide strategic leadership for community engagement initiatives on and […]

Graduation time at UBC

With the congregation ceremonies in full swing, it is an exciting time of year for UBC graduates, their families and fellow UBC colleagues along with the UBC community and other well-wishers. A few congregation facts include: @ In 1916, there were 41 graduates at UBC’s first Congregation ceremony held at the Hotel Vancouver @ From […]

Maximizing your research impact

Would you like to have your academic work searched by Google Scholar or have your work archived in the UBC Library? Be sure to check out the next cIRcle information session as part of the UBC Graduate & Undergraduate Student Workshop Series‘ events offered by UBC Library. The next cIRcle workshop is happening tomorrow at […]

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