UBC engineering graduate receives the 2023 Order of the White Rose
Amelia Dai, a UBC chemical and biological engineering graduate, is the ninth recipient of the Order of the White Rose Scholarship. The annual $50,000 scholarship pays tribute to 14 women whose lives were lost at on December 6, 1989.
UBC Geering Up recognized for impact on future engineers by IEEE
UBC Geering Up Engineering Outreach is being recognized for its achievements in promoting STEM education to youth, with an award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers' Educational Activities Board.
Truth and Reconciliation in workplaces
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Dana-Lyn Mackenzie, Senior Manager of EDI and Indigeneity, discussed Weaving Relations, a training course on Indigenous understanding for UBC faculty and staff.
Optimism, gratitude, and painful memories at B.C. events on Orange Shirt Day
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Applied Science co-hosted an intergenerational march at the Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre on September 30 to mark Orange Shirt Day. Dana-Lyn Mackenzie, Senior Manager EDI and Indigeneity, was quoted.
‘We are always there’: Indigenous people also practice self-care on Sept. 30
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Indigenous engineering PhD student Danilo Caron said spending time with family following September 30 is restorative.
UBC launches training course on Indigenous understanding for faculty and staff
Weaving Relations is a new training course open to all UBC students, faculty and staff that builds a baseline understanding of Indigenous matters.
Engineering a new future: Meet six inspiring UBC graduates
Meet six UBC Engineering women and non-binary graduates of 2023 who have made an impact.
Shifting perspectives: This biomedical engineering student’s path to innovation and accessibility
Max Arsenault sees the world from a different perspective. As a full-time manual wheelchair user, this cellular bioengineering student is a steadfast advocate for improving the health research sphere and transforming how we plan for equity,…
'We can do this together': UBC Engineering strives to increase female enrolment
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Engineering professors Dr. Sheryl Staub-French, associate dean of equity, diversity, inclusion and Indigeneity, and Dr. Agnes d’Entremont, faculty advisor of Women in Engineering UBC, on increasing women enrolment in UBC Engineering.
Madjid Mohseni - Water Systems
Through a collaborative process of community engagement and co-creating innovative technologies, Dr. Madjid Mohseni is helping Indigenous and rural communities access safe drinking water.