Faculty of Forestry is Part of Reconciliation

Faculty of Forestry is Part of Reconciliation

UBC will suspend classes on Sept 18, 2013 for the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada National Event.

How I spent my summer vacation

How I spent my summer vacation

A field course in India taught Joanna Lee the challenges of conservation in the developing world.

How Wildfires Can Do More Good Than Harm

How Wildfires Can Do More Good Than Harm

We’ve tried to protect ourselves from fires and as a result, we’ve increased our risk. Our good intentions really backfired.

Tree detectives unravel the mystery of B.C.’s forests

Tree detectives unravel the mystery of B.C.’s forests

To unlock the secrets of B.C.’s past, Lori Daniels and her lab look deep inside some of the province’s longest living inhabitants – old growth trees.

Two professors recognized by First Nations community

Two professors recognized by First Nations community

Professors John Nelson and Gary Bull are being recognized for partnering with the Maiyoo Keyoh Society to deliver a course on sustainable forest management.

Peter Bentley makes largest-ever gift to Forestry

Peter Bentley makes largest-ever gift to Forestry

Thanks to a $1 million gift from Peter Bentley, the Loon Lake Dining Hall will be replaced by 2015.

Tune in to clean wood

Tune in to clean wood

With the same technology that carries tunes through the airwaves into your old AM/FM radio, Stavros Avramidis decontaminates wood.

Notice of building closure June 18

The Forest Sciences Centre will be closed on June 18, 2013 while the University conducts an emergency response exercise. Access to the building and the surrounding area (including Tim Hortons) will be denied between 8:00am and 1:00pm. For more information, please visit the UBC Risk Management website.

Page 29 of 32« First...1020...2728293031...Last »