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If you need to manage large numbers of references and citations as part of your research, teaching, or administrative work, citation management tools are for you. These tools provide a simple way to store, organize and retrieve your citations in an effective manner, and can also help you in formatting in-text citations and bibliographies in your work. This hands-on workshop introduces the main concepts of citation management and gives detailed instruction for installing and using RefWorks , a popular citation management tool. **Please note that this is an introductory-level workshop. For advanced user questions, please book a 1-on-1 consultation via our Consult Request Form.

A new bioink that may enable the more efficient and inexpensive fabrication of tissues and organs — and ultimately accelerate advances in regenerative medicine — has been synthesized by researchers at the University of British Columbia’s Okanagan campus.

  • The new School of Biomedical Engineering The Faculties of Applied Science and Medicine have announced the joint establishment of the School of Biomedical Engineering (BME) at UBC, effective July 1, 2017.
  • Cameron Stuart: Snow Sport Head Injury: Characterization of Clinical Presentation and Design of a Relevant Head impact Apparatus Cameron Stuart graduated from the Biomedical Engineering Program with a Master of Applied Science in May 2017. Below is a short summary of his thesis that he successfully defended in April 2017.
  • Michele Touchette: Artificial X-Ray Imaging System (Axis) – Design And Evaluation On C-Arm Performance In Operating Room And Educational Settings Michele Touchette graduated from the Biomedical Engineering Program with a Master of Applied Science in May 2017. Below is a short summary of her thesis that she successfully defended in April 2017.
  • Mahsa Khalili: Developing Control Strategies To Mitigate Injury After Falling Backward With A Lower Limb Exoskeleton Mahsa Khalili graduated from the Biomedical Engineering Program with a Master of Applied Science in February 2017. Below is a short summary of her thesis that she successfully defended in December 2016.
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    Go Global with UBC philosophy and sociology in Guatemala. Can Philosophers do Field Work?   Come and find out!  Study Power and Oppression and Theories of Civil Society, on location in rural Guatemala, summer term One 2018!  Earn six credits of upperlevel Arts coursework (Philosophy 335, Sociology 430), while experiencing the impacts of poverty and globalization firsthand, through a UBC Global Seminar.  Open to […] Congratulations to our recent MA and PhD Graduates Three of our MA students, Bianca Crewe, Sophia Sideris and Jo Wong, have completed their program at the end of the summer term. Doctoral student Jiwon Byun successfully defended her thesis, “Thomas Henry Huxley’s Agnostic Philosophy of Science,” on July 31, 2017. All will receive their degrees at Congregation in November. Congratulations and we wish […] Congratulations to Dominic Mclver Lopes, Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada LOPES, Dominic McIver – Department of Philosophy, The University of British Columbia Dominic Lopes has proposed new theories of images and their value, the nature of computer and digital art, the nature of art in general, and the special place of aesthetic value in the human experience. In six books and many articles, he has […] Welcome Back, Returning Philosophy Undergraduates – Reception/Panels on Imagine UBC Day Dear philosophy students,   Please join us on Tuesday, Sept. 5, between 2-4 ., for a welcome-back reception and light-hearted panel discussions of subjects of potential interest to philosophy undergraduate students.   You’ll have a chance to query some of our faculty (including the undergraduate majors advisor) who will be impaneled to discuss:   What […] Philosophy Essay Clinic The Department of Philosophy is pleased to announce a new service for undergraduate students:  the Philosophy Essay Clinic.  The purpose of the Essay Clinic is to help undergraduate students with their philosophical writing.  The Essay Clinic is available to any student enrolled in a philosophy course at the University of British Columbia. Please click here to […] Congratulations to Irwin Chan, winner of the 2016/17 Brian Laetz Essay Prize Warm congratulations to PhD candidate Irwin Chan, who is the winner of the Brian Laetz Graduate Essay competition for his essay “And you, Brutus?” Thank you to all students who entered the contest for their excellent submissions. For further information: http:///grad/funding-awards/brian-laetz-graduate-essay-prize/     Congrats to UBC PhD Jerry Viera, who will be taking up a postdoc at the University of Antwerp with Bence Nanay! Announcement of Deputy Academic Director | UBC Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology Announcement from the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology: We are delighted to announce the appointment of Dr. Christina Hendricks as the new Deputy Academic Director of the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology.  Dr. Hendricks begins her role July 1, 2017 with a 3-year appointment. Christina is currently Professor of Teaching in the Department […] Congratulations to UBC PhD Oisin Deery for his appointment as Lecturer at Monash University! Alison Wylie is joining UBC Philosophy as of July 1 We’re thrilled to announce the newest member of our department: Alison Wylie is joining UBC Philosophy as of July 1. Alison is a major figure in philosophy of social science and feminist philosophy of science, and has a particular interest in history and philosophy of archaeology. Welcome Alison! See http:/// for more details about Alison’s research and teaching. About Philosophy at UBC

    Ubc computer science thesis archive

    ubc computer science thesis archive

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    Go Global with UBC philosophy and sociology in Guatemala. Can Philosophers do Field Work?   Come and find out!  Study Power and Oppression and Theories of Civil Society, on location in rural Guatemala, summer term One 2018!  Earn six credits of upperlevel Arts coursework (Philosophy 335, Sociology 430), while experiencing the impacts of poverty and globalization firsthand, through a UBC Global Seminar.  Open to […] Congratulations to our recent MA and PhD Graduates Three of our MA students, Bianca Crewe, Sophia Sideris and Jo Wong, have completed their program at the end of the summer term. Doctoral student Jiwon Byun successfully defended her thesis, “Thomas Henry Huxley’s Agnostic Philosophy of Science,” on July 31, 2017. All will receive their degrees at Congregation in November. Congratulations and we wish […] Congratulations to Dominic Mclver Lopes, Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada LOPES, Dominic McIver – Department of Philosophy, The University of British Columbia Dominic Lopes has proposed new theories of images and their value, the nature of computer and digital art, the nature of art in general, and the special place of aesthetic value in the human experience. In six books and many articles, he has […] Welcome Back, Returning Philosophy Undergraduates – Reception/Panels on Imagine UBC Day Dear philosophy students,   Please join us on Tuesday, Sept. 5, between 2-4 ., for a welcome-back reception and light-hearted panel discussions of subjects of potential interest to philosophy undergraduate students.   You’ll have a chance to query some of our faculty (including the undergraduate majors advisor) who will be impaneled to discuss:   What […] Philosophy Essay Clinic The Department of Philosophy is pleased to announce a new service for undergraduate students:  the Philosophy Essay Clinic.  The purpose of the Essay Clinic is to help undergraduate students with their philosophical writing.  The Essay Clinic is available to any student enrolled in a philosophy course at the University of British Columbia. Please click here to […] Congratulations to Irwin Chan, winner of the 2016/17 Brian Laetz Essay Prize Warm congratulations to PhD candidate Irwin Chan, who is the winner of the Brian Laetz Graduate Essay competition for his essay “And you, Brutus?” Thank you to all students who entered the contest for their excellent submissions. For further information: http:///grad/funding-awards/brian-laetz-graduate-essay-prize/     Congrats to UBC PhD Jerry Viera, who will be taking up a postdoc at the University of Antwerp with Bence Nanay! Announcement of Deputy Academic Director | UBC Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology Announcement from the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology: We are delighted to announce the appointment of Dr. Christina Hendricks as the new Deputy Academic Director of the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology.  Dr. Hendricks begins her role July 1, 2017 with a 3-year appointment. Christina is currently Professor of Teaching in the Department […] Congratulations to UBC PhD Oisin Deery for his appointment as Lecturer at Monash University! Alison Wylie is joining UBC Philosophy as of July 1 We’re thrilled to announce the newest member of our department: Alison Wylie is joining UBC Philosophy as of July 1. Alison is a major figure in philosophy of social science and feminist philosophy of science, and has a particular interest in history and philosophy of archaeology. Welcome Alison! See http:/// for more details about Alison’s research and teaching. About Philosophy at UBC

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