By Allyssa Costerton-Grant on January 18, 2016
Join Professor Luc Teppema, for Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors, breathing and high altitude Prof. Teppema joins our faculty from the Dept. of Anesthesiology, Leiden University Medical Centre in the Netherlands. Date: 20th January 2016 Venue: EME1151 Time: 2-3:00 p.m. About Prof. Teppema Luc J. Teppema received his Ph.D. from the Catholic University (currently Radboud University) of […]
By Patty Wellborn on January 14, 2016
Jay Ingram and the Free Radicals to present second show on January 31.
By Patty Wellborn on January 7, 2016
Award-winning writer and broadcaster Jay Ingram is the musical tour guide.
By Allyssa Costerton-Grant on September 19, 2015
You’re invited to join the ProjectMOVE Pubic Information Session. When: Wednesday, October 7, 6- 7p.m. Where: Parkinson Recreation Centre, Kelowna, PAC Activity Room Caperchione, an assistant professor with UBC’s School of Health and Exercise Sciences, has received new funding to continue the project that examines how breast cancer survivors become motivated to increase their physical activity. Increasing […]
By Allyssa Costerton-Grant on April 30, 2014
The annual School of Nursing Rose Ceremony is a tradition that celebrates the accomplishments of graduating nursing students. What: School of Nursing graduation celebration Who: Nursing students, friends, and family When: 1:00pm, Saturday, June 7, 2014 Where: Evangel Church, 3261 Gordon Drive, Kelowna B.C. The Rose Ceremony is marked by the School of Nursing’s presentation […]
By Allyssa Costerton-Grant on March 27, 2014
Dr. Charles Rice to share his research on neuromuscular function in seminar series. The ability of humans to move and interact with the environment around them is central to Dr. Charles Rice’s research on the interrelationships between neural control and muscle properties during muscle contractions in humans. Professor Rice visits the Faculty of Health and Social […]
By Allyssa Costerton-Grant on March 10, 2014
Series presented by School of Health and Exercise Sciences.