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Vancouver | Okanagan | Canada
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UBC faculty and staff helped raise $555,678 for the United Way during the 2016 campaign. Thank you! http://ow.ly/MTIO309gJlY
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“Thanks to this generous gift from Microsoft, our two universities are poised to help transform the Cascadia region into a technological hub comparable to Silicon Valley and Boston,” said Professor Santa J. Ono.

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With the new Master of Business Analytics, UBC Sauder School of Business aims to meet a growing demand for leaders who can make data-driven decisions. http://ow.ly/cAP7309dWjk

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One-quarter of detached homes in Vancouver’s red-hot housing market could be torn down between now and 2030. http://ow.ly/Oppt309dIHZ

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In low resource settings, a painful technique called traction is often used to treat femur fractures, sometimes with painful complications.
Find out how a UBC student team is tackling this problem in an interdisciplinary way.

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Reading Week is coming to a close at the Okanagan campus, but it's just beginning at the Vancouver campus. Enjoy the time off!
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From Australia originally, Dr. Emma Cunliffe came to UBC in 2002 to do a Master’s in Law. She only intended to stay for a year, but her master’s turned into a PhD and eventually a faculty position at the Peter A. Allard School of Law. In January 2017, she started a two-year term in a completely new capacity — that of senior advisor to President and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Santa J. Ono.

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“The global burden of trauma is greater than HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria combined. Most traumatic injuries can be fixed with a simple surgery — yet five billion people don’t have access to safe surgery.”

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Happy Family Day, British Columbia!
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"Citizen Science may be what scholarship looks like in the 21st century," says Jamie Fenneman, UBC PhD Candidate in Botany
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