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Q&A with April Miller

Q&A with April Miller

Join iSchool graduate and Manager of the World Bank Library & Archives, April Miller, for a Q&A about what makes archives of international organizations unique and exciting

Duty to Document

Duty to Document

InterPARES Trust and the Canadian Institute for Information and Privacy Studies invite you to this documentary premiere, followed by an interactive panel and Q&A session.

Alumna Rhiannon Wallace presents her new book ‘Leopold’s Leotard’

Alumna Rhiannon Wallace presents her new book ‘Leopold’s Leotard’

Join MASLIS alumna Rhiannon Wallace on Tuesday, April 13, for a virtual launch of her new picture book.

Dr. Richard Arias-Hernandez receives Arts Dean’s Award for Educational Leadership

Dr. Richard Arias-Hernandez receives Arts Dean’s Award for Educational Leadership

Eight assistant and associate professors of teaching have received the award, designed to support faculty’s leadership development and advance the Arts’ Strategic Plan.

Statement regarding attack in Lynn Valley Library

Statement regarding attack in Lynn Valley Library

Read the full UBC School of Information statement on the attack at the Lynn Valley Library on Saturday, March 27.

Career Development Panel Discussion – Records, Knowledge, and Information Management

Career Development Panel Discussion – Records, Knowledge, and Information Management

The UBC iSchool Peer Advisors invite you to join this virtual career development discussion featuring a panel of three UBC iSchool alumni working in various areas and roles.

New minor in Informatics offers a pathway to careers in data and technology

New minor in Informatics offers a pathway to careers in data and technology

Starting September 2021, the School of Information will be offering a new interdisciplinary minor in Informatics for UBC undergraduate students.

ACA@UBC Discussion Panel Series

ACA@UBC Discussion Panel Series

The ACA@UBC Student Chapter invites you to join them for their upcoming Discussion Series on Records and Archives in Times of Crisis.

MLIS alumni Kate Longley and Danielle Wing receive BC SRC Community Story Award Winner

MLIS alumni Kate Longley and Danielle Wing receive BC SRC Community Story Award Winner

This award recognizes an individual whose story best demonstrates the impact of the Summer Reading Club program within their community.

Threads III

Threads III

DSA and LASSA invite you to share your research interests with other iSchool students in a low pressure and fun way on this student-run speakers series.