We are committed to UBC’s vision of “a community in which human rights are respected, and equity and inclusion are embedded in all areas of academic, work and campus life.”
As a Faculty, we nurture diversity, collaborate with purpose and live our values. This includes advancing truth and reconciliation and recognizing the intrinsic value of traditional knowledge in academia and beyond.
COAST REPORTER | Oct 31, 2022
Kamala Todd, adjunct professor at the School of Community and Regional Planning, curated an exhibition of interdisciplinary artworks that express Indigenous wisdom through traditional and emerging media called We Carry Our Bundles Forward.
GLOBAL NEWS | Sep 30, 2022
Global News ran a TV segment on students, staff and families that participated in UBC's intergenerational march, led by the Faculty of Applied Science, to stood in solidarity with those impacted by residential schools.
CURIOCITY | Sep 23, 2022
Media mentioned the Intergenerational March to commemorate Orange Shirt Day, an initiative begun and led by UBC Faculty of Applied Science, as an event to attend on the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation.
GLOBAL NEWS | Sep 22, 2022
Dr. Colleen Varcoe and Dr. Annette Browne, professors in the UBC School of Nursing, discussed their action kit of resources for health care providers in order to help combat substance use stigma.