Councillors approved the 2022/23 budget and discussed the future of the Nest’s mask mandate at last night’s 6.5 hour-long AMS Council meeting.
According to a report issued by the University Neighbourhood Association (UNA), concerns put forth by residents of Wesbrook Village led the UBC Development Board to defer the project and the UNA to withdraw the project application.
The AMS has released a statement expressing solidarity with Palestinian students and condemning the Israeli State for its “system of apartheid and its occupation of Palestine.”
Some faculty members are concerned about the UBC Faculty Association's approach to transparency after two motions on the issue were barely discussed at last week's Annual General Meeting last week.
The Board of Governors approved the province’s mandate letter for post-secondary institutions for the 2022/23 fiscal year at its meeting this morning.
The Board of Governors voted to increase tuition by two per cent for returning domestic and international students and four per cent for new international students at its meeting yesterday.
At its last meeting of the year, the UBC Board of Governors heard from public health experts on UBC’s COVID-19 safety amid the emerging Omicron variant, and endorsed the university’s Climate Action Plan 2030.
Governors mostly discussed return to campus plans and a proposed vaccine mandate as classes enter their third week.
The UBC Board of Governors met again this month to discuss tuition increases and approve the budget for the 2021/22 fiscal year.
Our recap of takeaways from the UBC Board of Governors February meetings cycle.
The UBC Board of Governors met via Zoom on December 3 for its final regular meeting of the year, discussing Dr. Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond’s report on anti-Indigenous racism in health care and COVID-19’s impact on research, along with approving a few committee motions.
The open session of the first Board of Governors (BoG) meeting of the 2020/21 ran for four hours over Zoom, with governors discussing COVID-19 planning and hearing from student unions about what they want from the Board this school year.
The pandemic didn’t let the university off easy — the budget predicts that the university will run a $225-million deficit.
Academic freedom was the focus of June’s Board of Governors meeting held virtually on Zoom.
Today’s 30-minute open session of the Board of Governors (BoG) meeting was little more than a brief summary of UBC’s response to COVID-19 so far.
After two days of teleconference committee meetings last week, the UBC Board of Governors met online again today for the full April meeting. UBC’s response to the global COVID-19 pandemic was top-of-mind throughout.