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MFRE Speaker Series: Fisheries Management

Fisheries Management: How Theory Becomes Operationalized

Date: Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Time: 2:00pm – 3:30pm

Bruce is an economist, but very much a practitioner. For the first 17 years of his career, he was an official with the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans, in the Pacific region. He subsequently went into private practice, working very closely with industry as well as the government. He does extensive consulting work outside of Canada, as well as within, with examples being the US (both coasts), China and Europe.

Event Linkhttps://ubc.zoom.us/j/63198895621?pwd=TzlhTUdLMVlhR29WcVZSVFZjK0pKdz09

Meeting ID: 631 9889 5621
Passcode: 521521

Thank you!

Best,

Paulina Gonzalez Miranda  MFRE
Educational Researcher
Faculty of Land and Food Systems
The University of British Columbia | Vancouver Campus| Musqueam Traditional Territory

paulina.gonzalez@ubc.ca
https://mfre.landfood.ubc.ca/

Call for Applications: UBC Sustainability Ambassadors Program

UBC Sustainability Ambassadors Program: Accepting Applications for the 2021 Cohort

Applications are now open for UBC undergraduate and graduate students to join the Fall 2021 cohort of the Sustainability Ambassadors Program.

Bring your ideas for human and environmental wellbeing to life, develop your leadership skills and inspire the UBC community to create positive and meaningful change, while building your network and connections with other student leaders through the Sustainability Ambassadors Program.

Learn more and Apply by February 8 to join the Fall 2021 cohort.

Kshamta B. Hunter  M.A.
Manager, Sustainability Student Engagement
UBC Sustainability Initiative | 2260 West mall
The University of British Columbia | Vancouver | Musqueam Traditional Territory
2260 West mall | Vancouver BC | V6T1Z4 Canada
Phone 604 827 3754
kshamta.hunter@ubc.ca
https://www.sustain.ubc.ca

Professional Designations – PAg and RPBio information sessions

APBI is hosting a couple of upcoming undergraduate events that I think would also be of interest to graduate students.  Could you share int information below:

  • BC Institute of Agrologists (BCIA) Info Session and Panel Discussion on Jan 27 from 4-5pm is a place to learn about the profession of Agrology and network with folks working in your future career!  You may be surprised to find that your expertise falls into BCIA’a areas of practice: https://www.bcia.com/about-bcia/areas-practice
  • College of Applied Biology Info Session and Panel Discussion on Feb 3 from 12-1pm is a place to learn about what a Registered Professional Biologist does in their chosen career and network with professionals!  Find out who are Registered Applied Biologists and Technologists to see if this workshop is for you!  https://www.cab-bc.org/who-are-registered-applied-biologists-and-technologists

Register for either of these two events here:

https://blogs.ubcollege of applied biologyc.ca/lfsapbi/apbi-and-lfs-events/

Best,

Lesley

Lesley Dampier  MSc PAg (She, Her, Hers)
Applied Biology Program Coordinator – APBI Student BlogApplied Biology Page
Animal Welfare Program Research Coordinator – Animal Welfare Program
Faculty of Land and Food Systems

LFS Student Services has a new online form for requests including academic concessions.  Access the forms here

The UBC Student Assistance Program is a free, 24/7 wellness resource for students. Services include personal counselling, life coaching, group programs and more based on your needs.

Find resources for managing your mental and physical health at UBC Health & Wellbeing.  The UBC Wellness Centre has also moved their services online! Access up-to-date health education and information, learn more about health-related resources on and off campus, access tips and strategies for your wellbeing as a student and hear from your peers.

 

GradUpdate – Leadership Conversations, Graduate Career Activation Project, Literature reviews (how to conduct, how to write), Copyright, Grad Student Online Support Group, and more.

GradUpdate

In this issue, Leadership Conversations, Graduate Career Activation Project, Literature reviews (how to conduct, how to write), Copyright, Grad Student Online Support Group, and more.

Seats still available

 

Statistics V: Logistics and Poisson Regression
Thursday, Jan 21 | 1:00 – 3:00 PM Learn more

Project Management (Mitacs Training)
Wednesday & Thursday, Jan 27 & 28 | 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM | Participants *must* commit to attending both days
Note: Due to high demand, we will be assigning spots via lottery. Registration closes end of day Jan 18. Selected participants will be contacted directly Learn more

The Six Leadership Conversations
Fridays, Jan 29 & Feb 5 | 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM | Participants *must* commit to attending both half days Learn more

Additional Events and Opportunities

 

The following highlights some upcoming events. Please find more on community.grad.ubc.ca and grad.ubc.ca/current-students/professional-development
ACADEMIC SUPPORT AND SUCCESS

 

Copyright and Licensing in Open Educational Resources
Wednesday, Jan 20 | 1:00 – 2:00 PM Learn more
CAREER EXPLORATION

 

3 common mistakes PhDs make when starting their job search
A BeyondProf event | Friday, Jan 22, 9:00 – 10:00 AM Learn more

Drop-In Career Advising Appointments
Friday mornings, booking starts at 9:00 AM Learn more

Graduate Student Career Activation Project 2021
Apply by Feb 8th for $500 towards actions related to your career exploration Learn more

Employer Virtual Information Session: Fortinet Technologies
Tuesday, Jan 26 | 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Learn more

Employer Virtual Information Session: Onyx Initiative
Tuesday, Jan 26 | 12:30 – 1:30 PM | Access to mentoring, internships, and more for Black university students Learn more

Employer Virtual Information Session: Duke Marine Technical Services
Thursday, Jan 28 | 12:00 – 1:00 PM Learn more

COMMUNITY AND NETWORK BUILDING

 

Community Connection Series: No Money, No Connections, No Problem! Career Persistence While Making Ends Meet
Wednesday, Jan 27 | 3:30 – 5:00 PM Learn more

Real People in the Ancient World and the Real People Who Study Them:
A New Open-Access Digital Pedagogy Platform for Teaching about the Past | Friday, Jan 29 | 1:00 – 3:00 PM Learn more

HEALTH AND WELLNESS

 

Graduate Student Online Support Group
Thursdays | 1:30 – 2:45 PM | starting Jan 28, 2021 Learn more
RESEARCH SKILLS

 

Introduction to Git and GitHub
Monday, Jan 25 | 1:00 – 2:30 PM Learn more
TEACHING DEVELOPMENT

 

Creating and Sharing Instructional Videos
Wednesday, Jan 27 | 1:00 – 2:00 PM Learn more
WRITING AND COMMUNICATION

 

Literature Reviews for Humanities, Social Sciences and Education
A ‘how to conduct’ a lit review session | Tuesday, Jan 26 | 10:00 – 11:30 AM Learn more

Literature Reviews: Writing
A ‘how-to-write’ a lit review session | Wednesday, Jan 27 | 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Learn more

UofS PSGSA

Hello and Happy New Year!

Please circulate the following poster to your graduate students as a reminder for the upcoming University of Saskatchewan 36th Annual Plant Sciences Graduate Students’ Symposium. The event will be held virtually over Friday March 5th (Keynote Speakers) and Saturday March 6th (Student Presentations). Please register and submit an abstract before January 31st and submit a video file before February 5th. Both pre-recorded keynote speaker and student presentations will be followed by live Q&A periods. Student presentations are expected to be 10-12 minutes in length. See the poster below or visit our website here for more information on registration and submissions.

 

Thank you!

Matt Wengler

U of S PSGSA President