Episode 105: Major Jessica Ross, Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineer Officer
In this episode, Major Jessica Ross gives us a glimpse into the Canadian Armed Forces and her life therein - how she joined, how it was to train to get to where she is today, and where she's going. Plus you'll hear about how Dungeons & Dragons can be applied to team dynamics and just how important hockey is in the military. learn more →
Check Out WWEST's New White Paper on Sponsors vs. Mentors!
We’re excited at Westcoast Women in Engineering, Science and Technology to announce our newest White Paper – "Sponsors vs. Mentors!" This paper was developed in collaboration with Jo Miller, globally renowned authority and expert on women’s leadership. learn more →
Dr. Frances Oldham Kelsey and Her Fight Against the FDA
It’s October again which means it Women’s History Month. This year we’re profiling a Canadian pioneer in the medical field, Dr. Frances Oldham Kelsey. learn more →
October 01, 2021
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September 27, 2021
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October 18, 2021
Data Fellowships: Data and AI
This six-week, part-time training program offers foundational data science and AI concepts that can be directly applied to your work and organization.
October 20, 2021
Entrepreneurial Thinking for Scientists Who Don't Want to be Entrepreneurs
Scientific thinking is commonly used by entrepreneurs, and in turn entrepreneurial thinking can benefit scientists. Join us to learn about entrepreneurial thinking tools and how to apply them to science and policy. In this workshop led by Blair Simonite, Program Director of entrepreneurship@UBC, you will work "hands-on" on group activities where you will apply entrepreneurial thinking to a relevant policy scenario
October 21, 2021
The State of Vancouver Tech In An Ongoing Pandemic
This event will be hosted at MistyWest. In compliance with the current COVID-19 protocol in BC they will only be accepting 30 in-person attendees! Refreshments will be served.
October 26, 2021
Intercultural, Diversity and Inclusion Programs
The UBC Certificate in Intercultural Studies (CIS) and the UBC Award of Achievement in Diversity and Inclusion programs prepare learners to develop intercultural skills and fluency to work meaningfully and effectively in intercultural and international contexts. The program seeks to empower both beginners and current professionals in the field who are looking to learn new strategies and tools to integrate diversity and inclusion efforts within their organizations and communities.
October 28, 2021
The oSTEM Conference returns again this year in a virtual format. This conference is a space for LGBTQ+ students and professionals in STEM fields to share their experiences and learn from one another.