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University Relations publishes The Exchange as an email newsletter distributed to faculty and staff on the first and third Wednesday of each month.

Current edition: November 1, 2017

Current edition: November 1, 2017

Current Edition:
November 15, 2017

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Remembrance Day

UBC's Okanagan campus Remembrance Day ceremony will be next Tuesday, starting at 10:45 a.m. in the campus courtyard. This is the fifth annual Remembrance Day ceremony on campus and combines traditions from UBC and the Royal Canadian Legion. The ceremony is organized by students, faculty and staff working with Legion Branch 26. Remembrance Day Ceremony […]

Student sponsorships available for SustainAble Communities conference

The Office of the Provost and the Sustainability Office have provided $2,000 in sponsorship to enable 50 students to attend the Fresh Outlook Foundation's Building SustainAble Communities conference that's taking place in Kelowna from November 15 to 18. To apply for the available sponsorships students can contact the Sustainability office at

Official transcripts now available for pickup on campus

Student Information and Services has added a new transcript printing service for the campus community this fall. Previously only available to order via the Vancouver campus Transcript Office, printed official transcripts are now available for pickup on-campus. The transcripts are available for $7.47, including tax, payable by cheque, debit or credit card. Photo identification is […]

Equity Enhancement Fund applications due Nov. 15

Members of the campus community have until November 15 to apply to the Equity Enhancement Fund -- a program established to help provide funding for new initiatives designed to enhance equity at UBC. Examples of previous funding initiatives include: hiring a consultant to design and offer diversity workshops for a unit's specific needs purchasing resource […]

Safety in numbers: safewalk program now available


Don't want to walk alone at night?  Not too sure how to get somewhere on campus? SafeWalk is a free foot patrol service that is available to all members of the campus community. SafeWalk has teams that will meet students, staff or faculty members and accompany them anywhere on campus. The Safewalk service is available […]

Daytime computer skills courses now available

Continuing Studies Fall 2010 Calendar

The fall is the start of something new, and Continuing Studies has a full slate of course offerings that the campus community can take advantage of. Notable new offerings to UBC staff include the new daytime Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint courses between now and January. Oct. 26 and 29 Microsoft Excel 2010: Foundation Nov. 2 […]