How do we find and navigate the line between laughable and inappropriate in our interactions in the UBC community?
Dr. Sara-Jane Finlay reflects on the 12th annual IDAHOT.
What’s in a name? For most of us, our names are not something that we choose. Our names are often given to us by a family member and aside from nicknames, they are what we hear and are called by many times throughout our lives. Many of us take our names for granted and accept […]
Reading and writing about history and current social issues can lead to feelings of frustration on top of the daily demands of student life. Noticing the inequalities we face and how we are systematically oppressed can be eye-opening but also overwhelming. For problems so big, how does one even begin to tackle it? If you […]
Effective immediately, the preferred first name of a student can be used on their UBCcard.
The UBC Board of Governors has approved a new policy, known as Policy #131 — Sexual Assault and Other Sexual Misconduct.
Read an overview, watch the recorded webcast, and get some resources
The UBC Equity & Inclusion Office Annual Report 2015/2016 has been released. Read it here.
A message from Sara-Jane Finlay, Associate Vice-President, Equity & Inclusion