UBC Reports | Vol. 58 | No. 10 | Nov. 1, 2012
Vancouver’s celebrity chef Vikram Vij has made possible an extensive culinary lab makeover.
Lorraine Chan and Jennifer Honeybourn
When Kai Bighorn was in high school, he spent more time counting pills for his dad than doing “normal teenage things.”
Asst. Prof. Hannah Wittman (left) says small-scale farming key to achieving food self-sufficiency.
Place Vanier residence chef Steve Golob knows that healthy food keeps students alert in class.
Academic libraries worldwide are facing seismic shifts in how users access and create knowledge. University Librarian Ingrid Parent talks about re-thinking the future.
Lorraine Chan and Linda Ong
UBC researchers have created a video game to help community members prepare for the impacts of climate change.
Prof. Judith Daniluk is addressing a gap in accurate online fertility information with a new web site: www.myfertilitychoices.com.
Four students from UBC’s Okanagan campus are figuring out how to get residents from a Vernon, B.C., neighbourhood to park their cars and get active.
Tbirds got a taste of NHL big time with ‘Bieksa’s Buddies”
Ben Pong took a leave of absence to serve in Afghanistan and South Sudan. He shares his thoughts in memory of fallen comrades and civilian victims.
Highlights of UBC media coverage in October 2012