UBC Applied Science is creating a culture of action and providing various opportunities to get involved.
We are providing opportunities to engage in dialogue internally, across the university, and in our communities.
UBC Pride Connect: 2SLGBTQIA+ faculty & staff reception
Truth and the Role of Engineers in Decolonization Dialogue Series
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation (Orange Shirt Day) on Sept.30, 2021
Transgender Day of Remembrance at UBC | UBCevents
Indigenous Scholars Panel: Decolonization, Indigenization, Reconciliation within STEM
We are expanding our outreach programs to underrepresented and underserved communities.
Co-op with Gearing Up: Indigenous outreach
Indigenous STEM Outreach
We are spotlighting student, faculty, and staff-led organizations and initiatives that support equity deserving groups and provide opportunities for allies to engage.
IBPOC Connections: Staff & Faculty
IBPOC STEM Network - UBC Equity & Inclusion Office
Pride Collective at UBC
Trans, Two-Spirit and Gender Diversity Task Force
Equity Student Advisory Council
Canadian-American Indian Science and Engineering Society
NSBE: National Society of Black Engineers
ACCEPT: Association of Chinese Canadian Engineering Professionals and Technologists
Gears & Queers
AISES: Canadian Indigenous Science and Engineering Society
WiE: Women in Engineering
FaFa: For A Feminist Architecture Blog and Facebook group
NOMAS: National Organization of Minority Architecture Students
SCARP PSA: Planning Students Association
CNSA: Canadian Nursing Students' Association BIPOC committee
E-IDEAS Student Group Contact List
Applied Science invites the Ogundele Family, Dr. Margaret Moss and Cicely Belle Blain to speak on anti-racism.
This is an interdisciplinary conversation on reconciliation and design. Applied Science invites Indigenous leaders and elders to weave together perspectives, ways of knowing, and ways of being, with our own as designers.
An array of allies, most dressed in orange, came together on a cloudy day to show their solidarity with Indigenous peoples.
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