How are you? I hope well! As an interdisciplinary researcher, I spend a great deal of time down the rabbit hole. Sometimes I come across things so interesting, inspiring, innovative, and hilarious that I have to share.
Lucky us! Sir Ken Robinson visited Abbotsford to discuss creativity and rethinking our educational paradigms. His TED talks are always funny, insightful, and engaging!
TRIUMF, UBC, and SFU launched their 2017 Saturday Morning Lecture Series on Frontiers of Modern Physics. Everyone is welcome. Admission is free. A variety of topics are covered this year including the use of functional imaging to understand Parkinson’s disease.
The PuSh International Performing Arts Festival begins today! PuSh is one of Vancouver’s signature events featuring groundbreaking work in the live performing arts.
CreativeMornings is a breakfast lecture series for the creative community. Mark Haden is our February speaker. He’s an adjunct professor of the UBC School of Public Health and counsels parents and individuals who deal with problematic substance use or special needs.
How might we understand the professional and personal needs and interests of family physicians, meet those needs, and at the same time provide high quality primary care for residents of BC? Physician Heal Thyself: An inquiry into physician satisfaction and the structure of family practice in BC. Read more.
The 7th International Conference on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Research: Results and Relevance 2017: March 1-4, 2017. Learn more.
Registration is open for our Game of Throws Dodgeball Event. Saturday, April 29th. Register your team now!
Have an amazing week!