Events

Recent Events
Feb 272020
Special Events
Join us for a book launch and reception featuring Reckoning: Journalism’s Limits and Possibilities (Oxford University Press, 2020), a new book by Candis Callison and Mary Lynn...
Mar 022020
Special Events
Emeriti, Faculty, Students (graduate and undergraduate) and the general public are invited to attend Celebrating Research by UBC Emeriti. Talk abstracts and full schedule are...
Mar 022020
International Visiting Research Scholar public talk
Well-designed technologies that offer high levels of human control and high levels of computer automation can increase human performance, leading to wider adoption. The Human-...
Mar 032020
International Visiting Research Scholar public talk
March 3-5, 2020 Peter Wall International Visiting Research Scholar Geoff Wong (University of Oxford) is a highly experienced and internationally recognised expert in realist...
Mar 042020
Visualization is a powerful tool for communicating and gaining insight into complex subjects. Maps, graphs, and diagrams can help us see patterns and connections that might...
Mar 112020
International Research Roundtable
Join us for an open forum on space mining featuring Sara Russell, an expert in astromaterials at the Natural History Museum.
Mar 192020
International Visiting Research Scholar public talk
Unfortunately, this event has been postponed. We will make an announcement once it has been rescheduled. Prior to contact with European settler populations, the Salish Sea was...
Mar 192020
This event has been cancelled. The biggest gun-making firm in 18th-century Britain was owned by a Quaker family, the Galtons of Birmingham. They were major suppliers of guns to...
Mar 302020
Special Events
Unfortunately, this event has been cancelled. We are looking into rescheduling for the fall. How does writing for money affect what is written? Join us for a talk by Jonathan...
Mar 312020
Thank you for registering for the PWIAS community lunch forum on March 31. However, to help protect the health and safety of people in the community during the COVID-19 pandemic,...

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