In 2001, the BC Liberal Party defeated the NDP in British Columbia and lifted the study halt. In 2002/2003, education and higher education increased by an average of 30% and by 40% in some faculties. This led to better facilities, but also to student riots and a strike by the teaching assistants` union. Collective Agreement (pdf)See also: Wage scales BCGEU website Sun Life Brochure (pdf) Main Page Benefits Advanced Health Services Employees working on the Point Grey campus as technicians/research assistants who are not covered by union certification. CUPE 116 Collective Agreement Aquatic Centre Collective Agreement 4 April 2020 Ratification of the Vote Results Contract Our CUPE 2950 members voted 98.4% for the Memorandum of Understanding between the Union and the University. 1068 – YES – 98.4% 17 – NO – 1.6% Thanks for your participation and support. In solidarity (social), Adam Huizinga (President) Jaimie Miller Adam Huizinga Chloe Martin-Cabanne Jack … If you have any questions or comments, call the Union Office at 604-822-1494 or Karen directly at 604-822-1478. Following the success of the CIRS, the new UBC Studentenwerk building, which opened in the summer of 2015, was also designed to meet the strictest sustainability requirements. It meets the LEED Platinum standard – with functions such as triple glazing, solar cooling, solar water heaters, heating and cooling of radiation in soils, green roof technology, water-efficient landscaping with grey water, natural air ventilation and a composting plant that handles up to 30 tons of organic waste per year. [54] In 2017, UBC entered into a $3 million research agreement with Huawei for big data and fuel cell technology. The university refused to unblock the agreement without access to requests for information. In 1877, six years after British Columbia`s accession to Canada, the Superintendent of Education, John Jessop, put forward a proposal for the creation of a provincial university.

Provincial legislation passed an act in 1890 that respected the University of British Columbia, but differences of opinion arose as to whether the university should be built on Vancouver Island or on the mainland. The employees of Point Grey Campus as trades, food and hospitality services, technicians and research assistants, as well as in various positions covered by schedule A. CUPE 116`s CUPE 116 agreement, also represents aquatic Centre staff under a separate collective agreement. Employees from UBC`s Okanagan campus who work as teaching assistants, research technicians/assistants, administrative support, library assistants and other fields. The UBC Longhouse is the university`s Aboriginal activity centre. The university has an associate dean of Aboriginal education and has developed board and senate policies as well as Aboriginal-led councils within the university`s structure. [90] UBC offers diplomas in First Nations and Indigenous Studies[91] through a program at the Faculty of Art and a Chinook Diploma Program at the Sauder School of Business; He also operates the Chinook Summer Biz Camp to promote entrepreneurship among First Nations and Métis HighSchool students.