University of British Columbia president Stephen Toope is speaking about the school's response to the recent spate of sex attacks on campus, this morning at 10:15 a.m. PT. Meanwhile,some UBC students are planning a Take Back the Night march for ... CBC, 1 month ago
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Stephen Toope Stephen Toope The common denominator, the phrase associated with every recommendation for change in universities, is the necessity for radical transformation. Whether it's government asking us to tweak our research agenda to ...Universities News, 1 month ago OpinionsUniversities must give up control UBC President Stephen Toope gives advice to other university leaders in a new Globe and Mail op-ed. Read more... Globe and Mail, 1 month ago
Stephen Toope addressed the media on Tuesday afternoon to dispel rumours surrounding the university's sports targeting review. Photo Will McDonald/The Ubyssey At a press conference Tuesday afternoon, UBC President Stephen Toope addressed the media ...University of British Columbia Ubyssey, 1 week ago UBC taps two alumni for sport review advisory panel will announce future of varsity teams soon Big News Network, 1 week ago UBC review of sports funding sparks wholly inappropriate attacks, president says Globe and Mail, 1 week ago Cuts coming to UBC varsity sports teams Metro Canada, 1 week ago
UBC president Stephen Toope says six sex assaults on the campus that he calls one of the safest in North America have resulted in an unprecedented police presence as fear spreads among students, staff andBig News Network, 1 week ago UBC president offers update on one of the safest campuses Macleans Online, 1 month ago
UBC president Stephen Toope did have a couple of new and positive things to say at his Tuesday news conference about the state of Athletics and Recreation.But as expected it was more of the spin and flagrant intimidation we've seen surrounding ...Big News Network, 1 week ago UBC president addresses sexual assaults at press conference University of British Columbia Ubyssey, 1 month ago
Last Friday, UBC President Stephen Toope hosted the 2013 Breakfast of Champions, an annual event held to honour the student-athletes who maintained an academic average of 80 per cent or higher in their classes while competing in a varsity sport. A ...University of British Columbia Ubyssey, 1 month ago
UBC responds to developments in RCMP investigation of Vancouver campus sexual assaultsThe latest information unveiled by the RCMP is of grave concern to the University of British Columbia and calls for additional safety and support measures.Read more...
In a letter issued today to Vancouver campus students, faculty and staff, UBC President and Vice-Chancellor Stephen Toope thanked the RCMP for its efforts. The investigation is critical to restoring the safety of the Vancouver campus, he said. We ...UBC Public Affairs, 1 month ago
Officers are continuing to appeal for witnesses to a fatal road traffic collision which took place in Castle Acre on Wednesday 4 October 2013. At approximately 3.20pm, a red Fiat people carrier and a Fendt tractor were involved in a collision ...Norfolk Constabulary, 1 day ago
OpinionsOur relationship with Korea needs a reset Canada's relationship with Korea is at a crossroads, writes UBC President Stephen Toope in an op-ed co-authored by Len Edwards. Read more...
Canada has been important to Korea. It has supported Korea's growth as a source of resources and a market for its manufactured goods. It has encouraged its emergence as a free and democratic country. It has served as Korea's second gateway to North ...UBC Public Affairs, 1 week ago
Filed Under: Campus News Tags: crime • Don't Be THAT Guy • drinking • Emily Yoffe • Fredericton Sexual Assault Crisis Centre • rape • rape whistles • Rehtaeh Parsons • safety • Saint Mary's University • sexism • sexual ...Macleans Online, 1 week ago Kathleen Lahey (Law) The real danger for women on campus, in Macleans. Macleans Online, 1 week ago Leaders of Western, Calgary, Alberta and Waterloo top $500k Macleans Online, 1 month ago
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