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This Week at UBC – January 31 – February 6, 2016

From Eurydice and A Night in Venice to UBC’s Centennial Lunar New Year Festival, there’s a lot happening this week at UBC.

how will world eat

How will the World Eat in the Future?


Award winning author, activist, and academic Raj Patel shares some of the best and most surprising innovations to address the future of food. With stories from the world’s poorest people – from Peru to Malawi, there’s a great deal of innovation to help us imagine how the world can feed itself by 2050.

Social Paediatrics in Canada and Vancouver


“How to Love a Child”, the Janusz Korczak Lecture Series, is devoted to key issues crucial to the well-being and rights of children and young people today with the hope that the lectures and panel discussions will provide fertile ground for a fruitful exchange of ideas and approaches to improving the situation of young people in all spheres of society.


Storm the Wall


Storm The Wall is the iconic event essential to the UBC experience. From Just For Fun teams, competitive teams or individual competitive participation, to spectating and attending the festivals – everyone can #getoverit! Registration ends by March 11.


Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Conference 2016


MURC is a conference for UBC undergraduate students to showcase their research in front of their fellow UBC students, family, and friends. Researchers may choose one of two formats to showcase their research: presentation or poster.

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