Twelve Years to Avoid Catastrophe
How can we incentivize people to adopt the policies and behaviours urgently required to tackle climate change?
Colonized: The Human Microbiome
How the trillions of bacteria in your body can keep you healthy into old age.
A new program for Tahltan First Nation youth seeks to involve them in the sustainable development of their ancestral land.
Portrait of the Artist as an Old Woman
Hinda Avery, PhD’93, makes a case for elderhood, activism, and comics.
Whose Data is it, Anyway?
Data artist Jer Thorp speaks out against the monopoly and misuse of our data.
What makes Professor Ono proud of UBC? What challenges is UBC facing? How can alumni be involved?
UBC Hosts Canada’s Biggest Academic Gathering
The annual Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences offers an overflowing menu of art and dialogue, with almost 300 events open to the public.
The Last Word with Kim Cattrall, LLD’18
Q: What’s the most important lesson you ever learned?
A: Follow your gut