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PhDs Go Public Research Talk Series: Environmental Health for Human Health

How can research contribute to environmental well-being? In the second event of the 2018 PhDs Go Public Research Talk Series, seven doctoral students from UBC’s Public Scholars Initiative will talk on how to enhance environmental and human health. 

Date: Thursday, February 22
Time: 5:30pm
Location: Floral Hall at Van Dusen Botanical Gardens (5251 Oak Street)

RSVP to attend

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RecrearMagnify 2018

Recrear is a Canadian charity composed of a network of young professionals from around the world. By designing and implementing participatory youth-led research, they work to create active youth engagement in community development. 

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PhDs Go Public Research Talk Series

How can research be applied to create a healthier society? In the first event of this year’s PhDs Go Public Research Talk Series, five doctoral students from UBC’s Public Scholars Initiative will talk about how to advance society’s health and wellbeing.

Date: Thursday, February 1
Time: 5:30pm
Location: Paetzold Auditorium, Vancouver General Hospital, 899 W. 12th Avenue

Free to attend, but registration required

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URO NCRC Travel Grant

Interested in presenting your research at Harvard University? Undergraduate Research Opportunities is proud to present the NCRC Travel Grant, an award that covers the cost of travel to Harvard University’s National Collegiate Research Conference (NCRC) in January. The NCRC is one of the largest undergraduate conferences in North America and open to students of all disciplines. The conference includes lectures by world-class speakers such as Dr. Evelynn Hammonds, the first woman and first African-American to be Dean of Harvard College, and Dr.

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URO Research Experience Program

Interested in research, but don't know where to start? Become a mentee with Undergraduate Research Opportunities (URO). URO runs the Research Experience Program (REX) during the UBC school year from September until March, with the aim of encouraging and facilitating undergraduate students into research. Mentees will be paired up with mentors who are experts in their field of study (PhDs, Masters, PostDocs, etc.). You will then work closely with your group of mentees and mentor in order to tackle research problems and to gain valuable research experience.

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