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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: September 16, 2020

Current edition: September 16, 2020

Current Edition:
September 16, 2020

More Exchange news


Gino DiLabio named Dean pro tem of the Irving K. Barber Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences and the Irving K. Barber Faculty of Science

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Dr. Gino DiLabio has accepted an extension as Dean pro tem of the Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences. Dr. DiLabio’s initial pro tem appointment will conclude June 30, 2020; the extended term will begin July 1 2020, and end no later than December 31, 2020.

Pick Your Peak Stair Climb Challenge is back

Pick Your Peak Stair Climb Challenge is back

Pick Your Peak is a fun and inclusive way to encourage staff and faculty to incorporate movement and activity in the day. Stair climbing is a great way to boost cardiovascular health, build muscle and strengthen the core.

A physical food hub for UBCO

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In conjunction with the UBC Sustainability Scholars Program, Campus Health is working on a project titled: Envisioning a Physical Food Hub at UBCO.

Virtual Destination UBC

Student Coordinators Rachel Baker and Alex Singeris.

Every year, Student Recruitment and Advising hosts Destination UBC -- an event that allows admitted students to experience the UBC Okanagan campus first-hand. This year, given the physical distancing policies to reduce the spread of COVID-19, things looked a bit different.

UBC virtual cycling webinar

UBC virtual cycling webinar

Join UBC and HUB Cycling for a lunch and learn virtual workshop that will introduce you to cycling best practices and how to bike safely to work and beyond.

University of Exeter and UBC Okanagan joint funding awarded

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The University of Exeter and UBC Okanagan recently awarded fellowship and project grants to further develop collaboration between researchers at both institutions.