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Congratulations SCARP 2020 Graduates!   As you move onward in the midst of global change, one thing has not, your potential congratulations to the SCARP class of 2020   Jacopo Miro – PhD Graduate Supervisor: Professor Leonie Sandercock Thesis: Suburban (Dis)Advantage: Views of Suburban Life from Low-Income Immigrants in Surrey, BC  ...
  SCARP Professor Penny Gurstein and collaborator Carolyn Whitzman call for more equitable housing policy and shared their views in Q & A   As the COVID-19 pandemic rages, it’s highlighting unique pressures on certain groups like Canada’s seniors, Indigenous communities, and people experiencing homelessness. UBC housing expert Penny Gurstein, a professor in the...
SCARP Student Kevin Luzong gives his contribution to the UBC/Rogers Smart Cities Ideation Challenge on how 5G and other technologies could be used to address real-world municipal problems identified by the City of Kelowna.     CREATING A SMARTER CITY FROM HOME Physical distancing due to COVID-19 poses many new challenges for us as a society. But these challenges also...
Dear SCARP Community, As an endorsement of the President’s, Dean’s, and ACSP statement about the current situation, SCARP recognizes that this same issue of oppression on the basis of race, racial inequality and police brutality has existed in Canada since the arrival of European settlers and as recently as yesterday’s murder of a young Indigenous woman, Chantel Moore, by a police officer in...
Transportation & Social Equity" presented by Crystal Legacy, University of Melbourne - Wed.Mar.11

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