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Congratulations to Dr. Miranda Burgess, professor of Arts One, for being awarded one of this year’s prestigious Killam Teaching Prizes! These awards prizes recognize excellence in teaching and are nominated by students, alumni, and colleagues to outstanding faculty. Learn more about the Killam Teaching Prizes here.
The Arts One Theme for 2022-2024 is Sources of the Self.
We are saddened to inform you of the death of Ross Labrie, a former member of the Arts One team, who passed away on Nov. 16th surrounded by his loved ones in Kelowna. He made many insightful scholarly contributions to the fields of American and Christian literature. We send our condolences to his family and […]
Congratulations to Dr. Christopher Marshall, who has been elected to the Royal Society of Canada in recognition of his contribution to outstanding Canadian scholarly, scientific and artistic achievement! Read more about Dr. Marshall’s election to the Royal Society of Canada here.
Arts One professor Brandon Konoval was featured in UBC President and Vice-Chancellor Santa J. Ono’s update for June 11, 2021 as part of the #SongsofComfort project, performing “Solace” by the African-American composer, Scott Joplin: Start from 4:03 to enjoy Dr. Brandon Konoval’s performance as a beautiful conclusion of this video message.
The program is thrilled to announce our two winners, Sansian Tan and Owen Finlay!
Congratulations to Dr. Laurie McNeill, professor and director of Arts First Year and Interdisciplinary Programs, for being awarded one of this year’s prestigious Killam Teaching Prizes! These awards prizes recognize excellence in teaching and are nominated by students, alumni, and colleagues to outstanding faculty Read more about the award here
Brandon Konoval, Associate Professor in the school of music and Arts One program at UBC, is presenting this year’s MacLennan Lecture, titled “Rameau’s Nemesis: Music, Nature, and Society in the Writings of Rousseau”, his talk will explore how music contributed to the critical projects of Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Hosted by the University of King’s College, this lecture […]
Jennifer Suratos, First-Year and Interdisciplinary Programs Jenn is described by her colleagues as someone who embodies excellence in everything she does, and inspires it in others. On a daily basis, her “tireless work ethic, meticulous attention to detail, lightning fast problem solving abilities, generous spirit, and warm humour elevate the performance of an entire department”. […]