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UBC engineers want to save whales from drowning?in noise  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2022/12/16 2:18) 
Originally appeared in UBC News   |   For more information, contact Lou Corpuz-Bosshart Photo by Swanson Chan on Unsplash. Chronic ship noise can lead to stress, hearing loss and feeding problems for marine mammals like whales, dolphins and porpoises. UBC researchers are diving in to help address the issue. According to project lead Dr. Rajeev Jaiman, an associate professor in the […]
CBC highlights alumnus David Scott, who built Canada?s first privately-made hovercraft  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2022/12/15 6:18) 
CBC: B.C. man reunites with the Space Age hovercraft he built in the 1960s.  David Scott made the hovercraft ? now at a Vancouver museum ? in his basement over two years in the mid-1960s. They occupied visions of a utopian future during the 1960s, when the Space Age was in its heyday. But while hovercrafts […]
Call for Applications:?EL,?ELO?EN ?E S,ISTEW? Award?Deadline: Jan 6, 2023  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2022/12/14 2:47) 
Do you identify as an Indigenous, First Nations, Inuit, or Métis persons from BC with a desire to pursue a career in the Architecture and Engineering industry? Are you enrolled or have you applied for the 2022/2023 post secondary school year? ?EL,?ELO?EN ?E S,ISTEW? Education Fund There are very few Indigenous professionals working in science, […]
Call for Applications: British Columbia Network Environment for Indigenous Health Research?Deadline:  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2022/12/14 2:36) 
British Columbia Network Environment for Indigenous Health Research (BC NEIHR) To develop research skills and assist with student burdens related to financial, family, community and cultural responsibilities, the BC NEIHR supports Indigenous (First Nations, Métis and Inuit) graduate students and postdoctoral fellows by annual competitions for Master?s and Doctoral scholarships and biennial (every two years) […]
Call for Applications: WorksafeBC Research Training Awards?Deadline: Feb 10, 2023  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2022/12/13 4:45) 
WorksafeBC Research Training Awards Research Training Awards are available to highly-qualified graduate students at the master?s and doctoral level. To qualify, applicants need to be engaged in a full-time graduate studies program with a B.C. university. International students are welcome to apply. These awards enable students to undertake research training with a focus on workplace […]
MECH Staff win Dean?s Award for Excellence in Impact&Inclusive Leadership  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2022/12/9 0:27) 
Mechanical Engineering staff members Heather Gerrits and Erik Wilson have each been recognized for their contributions to the Faculty of Applied Science with a 2022 Staff Dean?s Award for Excellence. Gerrits is the Manager of the department’s Student Services Office and has received the award for Inclusive Leadership while Wilson, an Engineering Technician with our […]
Call for Applications: Friedman Award for Scholars in Health?Deadline: Mar 10, 2023  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2022/12/8 6:35) 
The Friedman Award for Scholars in Health is open to any UBC graduate student or medical resident studying in the area of health. ?Health? is interpreted very broadly, and includes health promotion and disease prevention, mental health research, laboratory sciences related to medicine or health, public health, health services research, or any area intended to impact human […]
Media Mention: Vancouver Sun talks to Dr. Walter Mérida on EV battery performance if stuck in the sn  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2022/12/8 3:31) 
VANCOUVER SUN: Electric-vehicle drivers need to be as prepared as other drivers to endure winter traffic delays, such as the chaos Tuesday night that left some commuters stranded on snowy Lower Mainland highways for up to 12 hours. However, they likely won?t have to worry about exhausting batteries while sitting idle in the snow, so long […]
Congratulations to our November 2022 Graduates  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2022/12/6 5:45) 
On November 24, the Department of Mechanical Engineering celebrated our students graduating in UBC?s November convocation with a reception and awards ceremony. Before graduands crossed the stage and to receive their degrees at the Chan Centre, they joined us one last time in CEME to celebrate with family, classmates, faculty and staff. While November graduation […]
UBC Weather Advisory In Effect  from UBC Mechanical Engineering  (2022/12/1 2:30) 
CHECK UBC.CA FOR UPDATES – Due to current weather conditions, in-person classes starting before 1 PM  on November 30th at UBC Vancouver’s Point Grey campus are cancelled. The status of afternoon classes will be announced on www.ubc.ca by 11 AM. UBC Robson Square operations continue as normal. Please note the UBC Vancouver campus is NOT […]

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