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Friends from another Species: the Business of Pets: January 13- February 14, 2020

The David Lam Library is pleased to take part in the multi-branch exhibit Scholarly Purr-suits: Cats and Dogs in the Library. Our branch exhibit highlights the ways that cats, dogs, and other pets or animals intersect with business. Some books and studies acknowledge that our relationships with our pets can contribute positively to personal health […]

Meet Canadian shoe designer John Fluevog on January 8th

As part of UBC Library’s exhibition “50 Years of Sole: A History of Fluevog: Honouring a Vancouver Icon,” presented by The David Lam Management Research Library and Canaccord Learning Commons, Rare Books and Special Collections, and the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre at UBC Library, we are delighted to invite you to meet John Fluevog […]

Science Literacy Week September 16-22, 2019

Science Literacy Week (September 16-22, 2019) is an annual celebration of science in Canada, in which libraries, universities, museums and other partners offer events and displays to highlight research and learning at our institutions. This year focuses on the OCEAN, a perfect theme for a country that borders the Pacific, Atlantic and Arctic Oceans. Ocean […]

Bloomberg Training Sessions with a Bloomberg Expert on February 12

We invite you to come out to Bloomberg Training sessions the week before reading week. There will be two training sessions by a Bloomberg expert on February 12. The details are as follows: Date: Tuesday, February 12, 2019 Location: Leith Wheeler Investment Research Lab (CLC 222) 1:00pm – 1:50pm (PMF students) 2:30pm – 3:20pm (Sauder […]

Winter Celebration Event Friday November 30th

We invite you to come out to David Lam Library and the CLC’s Winter Celebration Event this Friday, November 30th from 1pm-3pm. Join us for an afternoon of wonder with singing, hot apple cider and maple cookies. You will also have a chance to take pictures with the great Santa himself! We will also be making personalized cards and […]

Thrive at UBC

Thrive UBC is a weeklong series of events focused on helping everyone at UBC explore their path to mental health. This year’s Thrive Week is happening October 29 to November 2. Visit Thrive UBC to learn more about how you can attend a Thrive event, as well as other resources available to you. We also […]

Open Access Week

Open Access Week at UBC is happening October 22-28, 2018. Open Access is a movement encouraging the removal of barriers to scholarly research so that scholarly work is accessible to people everywhere. Access is available to everyone: students, policy makers, health care workers, professionals, educators, scholars in the developing world, and the public. RSVP for […]

CLC Coach-in event

CLC Coach-in event

Event Details Title: CLC Coach-In Date: Tuesday, Oct. 16 Time: 11am-2pm Location: Bruce R. Birmingham Undergraduate Centre As the weather cools down, the academic pressure heats up! Join us at our first ever Coach-in to access all of the CLC’s academic, communications, and professional programming in one convenient location! The CLC Coach-in brings academic support […]

Science Literacy Week 2018

Science Literacy Week  is an annual celebration of Canadian science, where libraries, universities, museums and other institutions hold events to show the diversity of amazing research happening across the country. This year, the event will take place September 17-23. We invite you to check out UBC Library’s Science Expo on Tuesday, September 18, 2018 from […]

Tea in the Garden event

On August 16, 2018 David Lam Library and the Cannacord Learning Commons hosted its first ever UBC Sauder “tea in the garden” event. The event was a celebration of our library’s community garden on the third floor patio. We were pleased with the high turnout and our colleagues’ enthusiasm for the garden. Guests were treated to […]

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