Student and Faculty Profiles

Morrell Andrews: Outstanding Leader in the UBC Community and Beyond 2017 Award Winner
I have traveled to twenty countries in my degree alone... I have been fortunate to see the world and apply what I learned in the classroom to the issues on the ground.

Skyler Wang: Academic Contribution to the Faculty of Arts 2016 Award Winner
I really recommend young scholars who aspire for a career in academia to take their research to big conferences – I definitely grew a lot from attending them.

Rebecca Peng – BC’s Best Co-op Student in 2016
Rebecca’s supervisor commended her as the “best marketing co-op student” and consistently ranked her qualities [as] being in the top 3rd percentile...

Student Curators, Karol, Karen, and Kathryn
We wanted to make the exhibit exciting for everyone, not just English majors...

Arts students co-create Dostoevsky library exhibit
"Crime and Punishment at 150", an exhibit created by Prof. Katia Bowers and her students, is on display at the Cambridge University Library.

Arts Co-op Student Profile: Lara-Sophie Boleslawsky
English Honours. Arts Co-op Placement at the Vancouver Arts Colloquium Society.

Arts Co-op Student Profile: Morrell Andrews
Morrell Andrews, International Relations Arts Co-op Placement at Global Affairs Canada 1) Can you tell us about your current position? My current co-op term is at Global Affairs Canada (formerly DFATD) in Ottawa. I work as a Desk Officer in the EU-EFTA Commercial Relations division and my countries of responsibility include Austria, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia, and Slovenia. […]

Arts Co-op Student Profile: Anjali Vyas
Anjali Vyas, Bachelor of International Economics  Arts Co-op Placement at Illuminate Consulting Group in San Francisco 1) Can you tell us about your current position? I currently work as an Analyst at the Illuminate Consulting Group (ICG) – an international research and academic strategy consulting firm based out of San Francisco, California. ICG has worked for over 20 of […]

Community Contribution to UBC 2016 Award Winner: Daniel Munro
Meet Daniel! Daniel dedicated his time at UBC to improve students’ learning and academic experiences. As the AMS Associate Vice-President, Academic and University Affairs, he worked on the #textbookbrokeBC campaign and promoted the Open Educational Resources (OERs) concept, which are openly licensed course resources that can both save students money on textbooks as well as […]

Umang Khandelwal (BA’15 – International Relations)
International Relations. 2014 WTO’s Public Forum in Geneva, the Council of Europe’s World Democracy Forum in Strasbourg. Spring Meetings of the IMF and World Bank in Washington D.C.