The Graduate Pathways to Success (Pathways) program offers a wide range of personal and professional development topics to support you throughout your time in graduate school and to allow you to develop some of the skills and competencies needed to thrive as professionals and to make meaningful contributions to society.
Research and Design Intern (accountable for producing a proposed Delivery Model for building an intentional community at Riverview for the benefit of those with mental illness).
Graduate Pathways to Success Workshops
Author Moura Quayle is the Director pro tem, UBC School of Public Policy and Global Affairs
The PDCE office at the UBC Faculty of Education is proud to be offering two MOOCs this fall.
Research survey opportunity
TransLink is hosting the Northwest Transit Exchange, an annual event for transportation network and service planners throughout the West Coast of the US and Canada to come and share their expertise and learn about key and exciting initiatives from other agencies in their respective regions.
The Innovation Fund Student Challenge for Affordable Rental Housing is an exciting opportunity for any student registered in an accredited post-secondary educational institution in Canada who has a new and fresh approach to creating affordable rental housing.
Working as part of the Growth Management and Transportation Division, this position involves advanced professional planning work focused on applied policy research, development, implementation, and monitoring.