Community Engagement Events Listing
This listing highlights some of the many public events, speakers and other UBC-community activities happening on and off the Vancouver campus.
- Jan 27: Afghanistan Up Close and From Afar with Ruhullah Khapalwak, Afghan Journalist (Public Lecture)
- Jan 25: Understanding the Rohingya Crisis (Panel Discussion)
- Jan 26: Music on the Point — Alan Matheson Trio (Jazz Concert)
- Jan 29: Evaluating our Climate Policy Options for Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Public Lecture)
- Jan 30: From Trash to Treasure: The Valuation of Waste in Dumpster Diving (Public Lecture)
- Jan 30: The State of the Book: Is it an Endangered Species? (Public Lecture)
- Jan 31: Community Research and Empowerment at the Xwi7xwa Library (Public Info Session)
- Jan 31: The Imperial Metropolis: The Infrastructure of the Soy Supply Chain in South America (Public Lecture)
- Feb 1: Deadline to apply for Community-University Engagement Support (Funding for Community Partners)
- Feb 1: “Untamed”: Indigenous Burlesque at the Museum of Anthropology (Public Event)
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