Events

Recent Events
Feb 092003
International Visiting Research Scholar public talk
Workshop organized by Meeko Oishi, Electrical & Computer Engineering.
Mar 092006
Exploratory Workshop public events
Principal Investigator: Susanna Braund, Classical, Near Eastern, and Religious Studies
Jan 142009
Wall Scholars Cafe
Talk by Edward Slingerland, Asian Studies, and Joseph Henrich, Psychology and Economics Although intuitively appealing and probably even innate, the sort of mind-body dualism that...
Jan 232009
The Wall Hour
Talk by Simon Conway Morris, Department of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge and 2009 Cecil & Ida Green Visiting Professor Peter Wall Institute Conference Rooms 1:00 - 2...
Jan 282009
Wall Scholars Cafe
Talk by Stephen Sheppard, Forest Resources Management and Landscape Architecture and 2009 Distinguished Scholar in Residence This talk focuses on some aesthetic aspects of climate...
Feb 112009
Wall Scholars Cafe
Talk by Robert Brain, History How do we know the emotions and expressions, thoughts and intentions of others? Over the last twenty years two streams of research, one rooted in the...
Feb 172009
The Wall Hour
Talk by Herman van der Kooij, Associate Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Twente and Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
Feb 242009
International Visiting Research Scholar public talk
Workshop organized by Susan Cox, Centre for Applied Ethics.
Feb 252009
Wall Scholars Cafe
Talk by Leah Keshet, Department of Mathematics and 2009 Distinguished Scholar in Residence Many types of animal cells have the capacity to move by crawling. These include amoebae...
Mar 112009
Wall Scholars Cafe
Talk by Susanna Braund, Classical, Near Eastern, & Religious Studies UBC's mission is 'education for global citizenship'. There can be no activity more central to global...

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