UBC Reports | Vol. 58 | No. 7 | Jul. 4, 2012
UBC is sending eight members of its swim team to the London 2012 Games, including a 19-year-old from Oakville Ontario who wasn’t supposed to make the team.
PhD student Roberta Dyck, from UBC’s Okanagan campus, investigates what all those chemicals could be doing to swimmers.
In the second installment of a series on animal research, UBC’s Martin Kirk talks about his cancer experience, and how it was affected by technologies that depended on the use of animals.
There are 17 confirmed student athletes with their eyes on the prize in London.
Toby Ng will apply lessons learned in a UBC statistics class when he competes in mixed doubles.
If this is what it means to throw like a girl, the line of boys waiting to take lessons from javelin thrower Liz Gleadle will stretch for miles.
Games expert Rob VanWynsberghe, who led the 2010 Olympic Games Impact study, answers our questions.
Student athletes have won 64 Olympic medals and 55 Paralympic medals
Heather Amos and Kyle Farquharson
Hawaiin Candace Galla is studying how indigenous languages can be revitalized through dance.
A new UBC summer camp assists children with different learning needs.
A Global Academics Internship is helping student Gabriela de la Paz, from Mexico, gain confidence