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Guest speaker from Capital IQ

The S&P Capital IQ is a market intelligence platform designed by Standard & Poor’s that collects and analyzes more than 135 billion data points in order to serve as one of the leading providers of financial services research. You will find deep information on companies, markets, transactions and people worldwide with robust tools for analysis and idea generation.

The Canaccord Learning Commons and David Lam Library has invited Mr. Dan Sovocool, Director, Reference Markets from S&P Capital IQ, to present two sessions for undergraduate students.

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CLC Coach-in

We know October can be a busy period for BCom students, and that’s why the Canaccord Learning Commons is hosting its first-ever Coach-in. Join us to access all CLC programming in one convenient location. From Peer Assisted Study Sessions, to LPI prep, to a silent study zone, the Coach-in will have it all (including de-stress kits for the first 100 visitors).

Date: Tuesday, October 16
Time: 11:00am to 2:00pm
Location: Bruce R. Birmingham Undergraduate Centre

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CLC PASS midterm review sessions

The CLC will be hosting special midterm review Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS) for COMM 290 and COMM 293, in addition to their regularly scheduled programming. Each session will cover the same content so no need to attend all of them. Register on COOL for the date that works best for you.

PASS COMM 290 Midterm Reviews

  • October 13, 1:00 to 3:00pm (HA 241) 
  • October 15, 5:30 to 7:30pm (HA 291)
  • October 16, 5:00 to 6:30pm (HA 241)

PASS COMM 293 Midterm Reviews

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Imagine UBC and Beyond Imagine

On Tuesday, September 4 all classes will be replaced by Imagine activities, with the exception of those classes that begin at, or after 5:00pm and meet only once per week (if you have an evening class on Tuesday that meets only once per week, go to it unless your instructor has indicated otherwise).

New to UBC Sauder this year?
Check your email for your Imagine group name, instructions for where and when to meet, and your schedule for the day.

Returning BCom student?

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Accenture IoT Hackathon

At Accenture’s Internet of Things (IoT) Hackathon on September 15 and 16, university students will work under the mentorship of Accenture experts to solve a real world problem faced by one of the company's clients. During the Hackathon, participants will leverage some of Accenture’s latest methodologies to help develop their solution. The solutions will be judged by a joint panel of industry experts and Accenture Leaders.

The event is open to students in Years 3 and 4. Apply by September 6 for consideration.

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Official Opening "Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre"

Professor Santa J Ono, President and Vice-Chancellor invites you to attend a ceremony to witness the official opening of the Indian Residential School History and Dialogue Centre and a Statement of Apology for UBC's involvement in the system that supported the operation of the Indian Residential Schools.

Date: Monday, April 9

Time: 10:00am

Location: Koerner Plaza, 1958 Main Mall, UBC Vancouver Campus

* Opening Ceremony will take place outdoors, please dress appropriately.

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waaw! TALKS - Business Networking Opportunity for Students

Cicely Blain Consulting, a socially conscious consulting company based in Vancouver is launching a speaker series called waaw! TALKS that enables young professionals to connect, learn and inspire one another with the hopes of making Vancouver business more equitable and inclusive. On the first Thursday of every month, inspiring speakers will present their work followed by an opportunity to network and mingle.

15% discount to UBC students using the code "iloveubc" for a General Admission ticket or a Season Pass (which entitles attendees to 9 events).

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BCom Student Town Hall Q&A with Dean Helsley

Please join us for a BCom Student Town Hall Q&A with Dean Robert Helsley. The dean will be presenting an overview of UBC Sauder's current initiatives, in addition to answering any questions you may have about the BCom program, the faculty, and the school's plans moving forward.

Date: Monday, March 19
Time: 12:30 to 1:50pm
Location: Bruce R. Birmingham Undergraduate Centre

Register to attend and/or submit a question for the dean >

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