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Summer hours for eateries in effect May 1

April 27, 2017 @4:07 pm

With summer approaching, new hours take effect on May 1 for a number of UBC eateries and cafés across campus. Learn more about what’s open, and when (Vancouver | Okanagan).

UBC-V: Attend Hot Lunch with Darran Fernandez, May 31

April 27, 2017 @2:36 pm

Enjoy a delicious lunch, meet with your colleagues from across the university, and hear from a member of UBC’s leadership team at the next Hot Lunch on May 31. 

The May lunch features Darran Fernandez, Board of Governors, Staff Representative.

All staff are invited to attend this monthly cross-campus staff networking initiative hosted by St. John’s College and co-sponsored by the offices of the vice-presidents, with the special support of Human Resources.


Free group fitness classes available this May

April 27, 2017 @11:03 am

Are you looking for new ways to get active this spring?

Faculty and staff have the chance to try a variety of instructor-led classes at no cost this May. Classes are offered through UBC Recreation in Vancouver from May 23–29, and Campus Recreation in the Okanagan May 8–19.

With a wide range of choices available, there’s an opportunity for everyone to try something new, including fitness, yoga, Pilates, dance, martial arts, and bootcamp classes.

Learn more (Vancouver | Okanagan)

UBC-V: PhD Career Outcomes Report now available

April 25, 2017 @2:47 pm

If you work with prospective and/or current graduate students, you may be interested in reading a new PhD Career Outcomes Report, prepared by UBC Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies.

This report details the diverse range of career outcomes of 3,805 PhD graduates of UBC Vancouver from 2005 to 2013. It also contains comments by graduates on the aspects of their education and experience that they found helpful, as well as offering suggestions for what would have been useful in preparing them for their future careers.

If you’re interested in exploring the report findings by Faculty, career sector, and year of graduation, you can do so using this interactive website.