Dr. Pamela Patterson recognizes that her field, counselling psychology, has a “western oriented” heritage.
In addition to learning from industry experts and exploring interests, graduates are given the opportunity to switch careers or open new pathways at their current workplace.
It's attracting listeners from around the world.
Earlier this year, Advanced Education and Skills Training Minister Anne Kang dangled financial incentives in front of postsecondary institutions to encourage them to develop 35 new microcredential programs.
The Zoom event begins at 12:30 pm Pacific time.
Kevin Annett is the founding citizen of the Republic of Kanata—and was provided with an opportunity to talk about this subject to the group.
"To be clear, this was not an event sponsored by anyone at the University of British Columbia," UBC vice president Peter Smailes said in a statement.
Two jewels of East Vancouver were shaped, in part, by the views of two influential intellectuals.
Adler University embraces Austrian physician and therapist Alfred Adler breakthrough idea that building strong communities can enhance people's mental health.
The Canadian-born Card Card will receive half of the cash component of the 10 million Swedish kroner (CDN$1,426,662.49) prize, with the other half going to the two other economists.
The president of the B.C. Teachers' Federation has clarified the union's position.
Jodi is an Indigenous woman studying criminology in B.C. with the goal of working in a role where she can help youth and work to remove drugs from the street.