Through cross-curricular education, students are exposed to a smorgasbord of disciplines in class.
Architecture isn’t just about building design for him. It’s also a form of resistance.
He says that some undocumented people in the Lower Mainland won't seek help for health-care problems for fear of being deported.
While living in Chicago a few years ago, he was holding hands with another man in a gay neighbourhood when he noticed a straight couple uncomfortably staring at them.
"We had people studying cardiovascular disease and assuming it was a men’s disease—and not thinking about women’s particular issues,” she says.
This fall, he'll kick off the Cultch’s 2019-20 season by curating a new multidisciplinary festival with executive director Heather Redfern.
The CEO of Left.io is spearheading a project named RightMesh, which he hopes will allow developing countries to get online without building any new infrastructure.
She's part of a group called Sustainabiliteens that staged a funeral for their future at a gas and LNG conference in Vancouver.
Her Main Street refill shop was the first of its kind to open in the city.
The professor’s expertise on these issues have helped the local community and beyond.
She has become one of B.C.’s foremost trans activists after coming out in 2013.
One of the early patients stopped using street drugs, reconnected with family, and secured a part-time job.