There is a significant amount of events available every week. Knowing what, when, where and why you should go to these events is all explained in this section.
All Forestry undergraduates, graduate students and faculty are invited to participate in the First Annual Forestry Bonspiel!
The Go Global International Internship Awards support UBC students undertaking international internships where the experience will have significant added value to their academic studies and career development.
Exciting new competitive initiatives that provide the opportunity for faculty members and graduate students at Canadian universities to build an international research network and undertake research abroad.
If you are an undergraduate student with an interest in working on research and development projects at a university, you may be eligible to apply for an Undergraduate Student research Award.
Dr. Kathy Martin’s lab is looking to fill research assistant positions for three distinct projects this summer (May-mid-August, 2015).
Congratulations to your new Forestry Undergraduate Society Executive Team and other winners of 2015!
FUS executive elections are happening January 21st with SPRUCED UP as a post-election after party!
Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) is an initiative that aims to raise awareness and understanding about the issues surrounding sexual assault and campus safety, taking place January every year.
Stand up for a respectful campus and ask the same of your friends.
Wear denim, a Denim Day sticker, or both on Wednesday, January 21st.
This message is sent on behalf of Richard Schwendener, Natural Resources Conservation graduate. Hello Forestry! Hope exam period went well! In January, the FUS will be offering subsidized Canadian Firearms Safety Certification (CFSC) and Hunting Safety (CORE) courses. The CFSC is a required prerequisite course before applying for a gun licence. The courses are welcome to beginners and […]