UBC Reports | Vol. 58 | No. 9 | Oct. 4, 2012
PhD student Kelly Doyle says zombies represent what we hate and fear most about ourselves and society.
Political scientists Richard Johnston and Paul Quirk help us understand the final weeks of the U.S. election
UBC academics plan an international forum to explore new models of governing animal research that enhance public involvement
Yves Tiberghien discusses the likely challenges facing an October leadership transition.
Emmy winning ‘green’ set designer Garvin Eddy joins UBC’s Dept. of Theatre and Film
Renee Zhang is one of 17 students enrolled in a new masters program designed to help museums engage their patrons.
Some cities are resorting to tough love to reduce traffic congestion and pollution says Jinhua Zhao.
Dementia and elderly physical disabilities such as rheumatoid arthritis make dental care for seniors challenging.
Annual United Way campaign kicks off October 9
5th annual Celebrate Learning Week October 27 – November 4
New policy reduces student discipline hearings
Retiring Prof. John Mitchell reflects on encounters with Bob Dylan, Timothy Leary and how universities have (not) changed in 48 years.
Highlights of UBC media coverage