Jul 23Kanagawa University – UBC Joint Symposium Room 120, C.K. Choi Building, 1855 West Mall
Non-Written Materials for New Possibilities of Japanese / Asian Studies. This event will be conducted in Japanese. Program Schedule. Free to attend but registration is required by July 15th. Contact: email@example.com (Minoru Takano).
Aug 1B.C. Day C.K. Choi Building, 1855 West Mall
IAR Office to be closed.
Aug 10Buddhism in the Global Eye: Beyond East and West St. John's College, 2111 Lower Mall
The 6th Annual Tung Lin Kok Yuen Canada Foundation Conference (Hosted by The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Program in Buddhism and Contemporary Society, Jessica L. Main, director) at UBC, and co-sponsored by The Modernization of Buddhism in Global Perspective Project (SSHRC Insight Grant, John S. Harding, Victor Sogen Hori, Alexander Soucy, co-investigators) This conference has been called to...
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Today, we were joined by the Honourable Stéphane Dion: Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and President of the Cabinet Committee in Environment, Climate Change and Energy. The audience, made up of UBC students, staff and faculty, engaged in a Q&A session to discuss Canada’s role in climate friendly economic development and the future of Asia. […] Read more >>
In the name of the Institute of Asian Research, I am very happy to welcome UBC’s new President, Dr. Santa Ono! Dr. Santa Ono brings to UBC an extraordinary record of scholarship, teaching, high-level administration, community service, communication, entrepreneurship, music, as well as wonderful human qualities. While he spent much of his career in the […] Read more >>
IAR is now on Instagram, and you can find us at @ubciar! Please follow and share with your students, friends and colleagues. Read more >>
MAAPPS student Justin Kwan was named one of the recipients of the Asia Pacific Foundation Post-Graduate Research Fellowship. He will be conducting research on building the Asia-related skills and competencies of Canada and Canadians. June 8, 2016. Read more >>
The Second Carleton Graduate Conference on Research in China (Feb. 23–24, 2017) is seeking paper submissions from PhD and advanced MA students who share an interest in Chinese studies from the following disciplines: political science, economics, sociology, international relations, or business. Proposals from other social science disciplines will also be considered. Deadline for submission of abstracts: […] Read more >>
CanCham is seeking a Coordinator, Program and Direct Support to work in Ho Chi Minh City for a one-year term. The ideal candidate will have recently completed or will soon complete a Master’s degree from a recognized B.C. university in a discipline related to economics, business, marketing or communications, international relations, or related fields. Application […] Read more >>
The United Nations Regional Centre for Peace and Disarmament in Asia and the Pacific (UNRCPD), located in Bangkok, Thailand, is recruiting candidates for an internship position commencing 1 August 2016, for six months. This is an excellent opportunity for graduate and postgraduate students interested in security matters, in particular disarmament, arms control or non-proliferation issues, […] Read more >>
The Journal of International Policy Solutions (JIPS) is a graduate student-run annual publication of the School of Global Policy and Strategy at the University of California, San Diego. It features academic and research works related to contemporary international affairs, with an emphasis on concrete policy recommendations. JIPS is now accepting submissions on a variety of […] Read more >>