Student Life

Academic Integrity

University Policy on Academic Integrity

“Academic honesty is essential to the continued functioning of the University of British Columbia as an institution of higher learning and research. All UBC students are expected to behave as honest and responsible members of an academic community.

Equity, Inclusion & Wellness

Equity & Inclusion

We aim to build a community where equity and inclusion are embedded in all aspects of campus life. If you require assistance related to issues of equity, discrimination or harassment please contact the Equity & Inclusion Office:

Brock Hall, Room 2306
604 822 6353
info@equity.ubc.ca
https://equity.ubc.ca

World Book Day 2018

Date: 
Wednesday, April 18, 2018 | 10:00am - 5:00pm
Location: 
ICICS/CS Reading Room (ICCS262)
Celebrate World Book Day with a FREE BOOK
Wednesday, April 18 | 10 am - 5 pm

You are invited to come by the Reading Room (ICCS262) to make a selection from our free book cart, including textbooks, math & computer science books, novels, magazines and more.

You may also bring in used books to donate or exchange for new ones (either the same day or beforehand) by bringing them to the Reading Room.

Previous Undergraduate Student Research Awards

Previous Projects

Summer 2019

Giuseppe Carenini

Project 1. Interpreting and Comparing NLP models.

World Reading Day

Date: 
Wednesday, October 4, 2017 | 10:00am - 5:00pm
Location: 
Reading Room (ICCS 262)

Celebrate World Reading Day with a FREE BOOK
Wednesday, October 4 | 10 am – 5 pm

You are invited to come by the Reading Room (ICCS 262) to make a selection from our free book cart, including textbooks, math & computer science books, novels, magazines and more.

You may also bring in used books to donate or exchange for new ones (either the same day or beforehand by bringing them to the Reading Room or dropping off in the donation box in the CS front office).

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Program Activities

Kickoff event, with speed mentoring activity. Kickoff events have approximately 120 students and mentors in total attending. The event begins with mentors and mentees meeting, enjoying some light refreshments, and doing some informal networking.

Matching Process

All tri-mentoring participants are assigned to a mentoring trio, consisting of industry mentor, senior student (usually 3rd or 4th year) and junior student (usually 2nd year).

We consider multiple factors when matching up trios, including:

Expectations for Student Mentees

Our program has extremely dedicated industry mentors, many who have been involved with the program for multiple years and who are very experienced professionals. They have a great desire to help students and make a positive difference for them. They are also busy people with numerous professional and personal obligations.

They are committed to being your mentor. What they expect from students is that you honor the commitment that you have made with them. This means that:

Industry Mentors' Expectations

Our program has extremely dedicated industry mentors, many who have been involved with the program for multiple years and who are very experienced professionals. They have a great desire to help students and make a positive difference for them. They are also busy people with numerous professional and personal obligations.

They are committed to being your mentor. What they expect from students is that you honor the commitment that you have made with them.

This means that:

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