UBC Vancouver’s Public Humanities Hub is a three-year pilot project established in 2019 to foster and support collaborative research and to highlight and develop public-facing research in the Humanities in Arts, Law, and Education, at UBC-V.
The Irving K. Barber Learning Centre is a gateway to UBC’s extensive library systems. It enhances access to information, knowledge and teaching through the support of learning and research on an interactive basis with people in BC and across the world. The Learning Centre is engaged in outreach, consultation and collaboration activities with community, including: webcasting of UBC-based lectures, promoting UBC community events, running the Small Business Accelerator program and the In-Digitization Project.
The UBC Office of Government Relations supports UBC’s engagement with Government. The office supports members of the UBC community who are seeking advice on any matter relating to government and works with all levels of government that want to connect with the UBC Community. The office facilitates government visits to campus and organizes meetings and events for UBC faculty, staff and students to interact with members of the government.
CTLT is a transformative educational services partner to the UBC Community. CTLT provides programs, training and funding for faculty members to enhance teaching and learning. If you are an instructor looking to learn more about engaged practices and opportunities for funding, check out CTLT’s Institute for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning or CTLT’s Communities of Practice.