UBC Reports | Vol. 59 | No. 5 | May. 1, 2013
This spring 10,900 students will receive UBC degrees.
Carlos Molina arrived from Spain to be among the first Master’s of Sustainable Forest Management graduates
A promising litigator, Dustin Paul aims to make a difference in the courtroom
Emily Grainger was part of a turnaround team, and she’s not ready to stop winning
Brazilian dentist Marcio Barros worked as a campus guard before earning Canadian credentials
For former Chief Leah George-Wilson, law school was a natural choice
Poet Sonnet L’Abbé turned from civil engineering to the field of environmental philosophy
After helping a Sauder investment fund outperform the market, Daria Panteleeva is headed for London’s financial district
Will Guest is the youngest grad of UBC’s MD/PhD program. He’s also in line for his first patent
Jordan Coble is among the first Aboriginal students to graduate from innovative program
Business grad and tech startup CEO Dustin Sproat scores NHL interest with hockey app
Natasha Rebry, first interdisciplinary PhD at the Okanagan campus, finds Victorian era’s hidden connections
From international study to campus leadership, Tim Krupa makes the most of university
The inaugural UBC Reports Most Likely to Change the World contest received 45 nominations from students, faculty and staff across both campuses.
Highlights of UBC media coverage in April 2013