UBC Reports | Vol. 57 | No. 11 | Dec. 1, 2011
UBC prof leads new eight-month program to empower people with intellectual disabilities
Sauder marketing prof explores mysteries of consumer behaviour
Investing in high school graduation pays off
The continuously evolving role of educators along with growing concerns over job-shortages for new teachers prompted the overhaul of UBC’s one-year Teacher Education Program at the Vancouver campus.
In 2010, roughly 2,700 new teachers were certified in British Columbia but only about 1,500 new positions were available.
UBC’s Okanagan campus education students go beyond their textbooks
Chan Gunn has a cure for much of the world’s physical pain — the aches and strains that don’t usually show up on MRIs or X-rays, but can be debilitating nonetheless.
Canada’s pluralistic society offers keys
Research excellence fuels global quest to understand disease links
UBC launches start an evolution—a new fundraising and alumni engagement campaign