“I think what brings me here every day, what motivates me every day and why I've stayed here over the years is the unique spirit."
Dr. Scott Dunbar, department head of mining engineering, described McPhie as a “long-time supporter of mining engineering at UBC.”
A UBC engineering design team’s stolen project has been recovered after days of searching.
EUS President Kate Burnham is calling on the AMS to improve their advocacy for engineering and geoscience students as an important piece of provincial legislation nears its expiration.
One of the oldest design teams on campus, SUBC members work in collaboration to leverage specific skill sets and create sub components that can be put together to create a high-performance functional product.
The campaign also allowed for the establishment of 320 new awards, with 6,595 students receiving a donor-funded award last year — up 24 per cent from two years prior.
The data tool used computational and algorithmic methods to compare the population data of the three cities with the attributes of their public transit systems and healthcare facilities such as hospitals.
After the 2019 AGM in October drew fewer than a dozen seats, the AMS president’s office has prepared a transition report that will standardize procedure and address concerns raised by councillors.
Situated at the intersection of Wesbrook Mall and University Boulevard, the proposed building will provide a permanent space for UBC’s new Integrated Student Health Services, UBC Health and the Schools of Nursing and Kinesiology.
Dr. Patrick Keeling, a biologist and professor in the UBC department of botany, was awarded the prize under the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation’s Symbiosis in Aquatic Systems Initiative.
Undergraduate societies receive fees from thousands of constituent students, with budgets in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The collision of the two black holes is believed to have resulted in the formation of an enormous black hole of about 142 solar masses and the release of a colossal amount of energy, rippling the curvature of spacetime and allowing its detection across vast distances.
Shortness of breath and impaired quality of life were the two most common adverse outcomes, at incidence rates of 50 per cent and 51 per cent respectively.
The centre has been established at the UBC Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries and is headed by assistant professor of Indigenous fisheries science and Nisg̱a’a Nation member Dr. Andrea Reid.
The galaxy, observed when the universe was only 1.2 billion years old, displays key features that are usually only seen in more mature galaxies such as a bulge and a regularly rotating disk.