Aboriginal Initiatives at the Centre for Teaching, Learning, and Technology

Over the past decade, progressive initiatives have been formed at UBC to respond to the ways in which insufficient education and professional training regarding Indigenous topics and issues manifest in classroom discussions and campus operations…

First Nations advocate and eco-activist among honorary degree recipients

The University of British Columbia will honour advocates who have fought for human rights and the environment at this year’s spring graduation ceremonies.

UBC Lowers BC Flag in Remembrance of Alfred John Scow

The BC Flag (Main Mall and Agronomy Road) has been lowered today, Wednesday, March 6, in remembrance of Alfred John Scow, C.M., O.B.C.

Remembering Elder Alfred Scow

Each of us at the First Nations House of Learning was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of our elder, the Honourable Alfred J. Scow. Alfred has made a lasting contribution to the University and Canada. He is an inspiration to all of us.

The Robson Reading Series Presents Al Hunter

The Robson Reading Series Presents Al Hunter. Wednesday, March 6, 2013. Al Hunter is an Anishinaabe writer who has published poetry in books and journals around the world, taught extensively, and performed internationally, including, at the International Poetry Festival of Medellin.

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