UBC engineering grad bridges worlds of cutting-edge technology, Indigenous rootsRead more
APSC team receives award for innovative safety leadership
The APSC Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee (JOHSC) received the Innovative Safety Leadership award at this year’s UBC Safety Day, which took place on October 3, 2018, in the UBC Student Nest’s Great Hall.
The team was recognized for being proactive, embarking on new initiatives that enhance safety culture and inspiring others in their area to share similar values towards safety.
The inaugural Turkey 2-Part Tourney struts off to a success; epic showdown between APSC faculty and staff
The Faculty of Applied Science brought together faculty and staff for the inaugural Turkey 2-Part Tourney as part of the UBC Community United Way Campaign. During the campaign’s kickoff, “A Week of Caring,” teams squared off in a live game show to raise awareness and donations for the United Way in the BC Lower Mainland.
Staff and faculty recognized for service to APSC
Three staff members and three faculty members in the UBC Faculty of Applied Science have received the Dean’s Award for Excellence in Service. The award, which comes with $2,000 and a personalized plaque, aims to recognize the positive impact that individuals in the APSC community have made on the faculty.
BCBusiness recognizes female STEM influencers from APSC
BCBusiness has named several members of the UBC APSC community to its list of “B.C.'s Most Influential Women 2018.” This year, the magazine is featuring women who are making a significant impact in the STEM fields (science, technology, engineering and math).
Turkey 2k: more than just a couple of turkeys on the run
The Turkey 2k Trot is an integral part of UBC’s Community United Way Campaign. Each October, during the campaign kickoff, “A Week of Caring,” the Faculty of Applied Science organizes a two kilometre race up and down Main Mall to help raise awareness and donations for the United Way in the BC Lower Mainland.
Make the Change: Attracting More Women to STEM Careers Boosts DiversityRead more
Canada's Engineering Shortfall
Yukon’s female engineers look to ‘make a few waves’ in gender diversity
A report from the West Coast Women in Engineering, Science and Technology program at UBC was cited in a CBC North story about female engineers.
The 2014 report found gender diversity in organizations is correlated with success.