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“On the Radar" is an electronic news bulletin for members of the Association of Administrative and Professional Staff at UBC. It is published periodically via email and on our website, under the guidance of the AAPS Communications Committee . Photograph by Jasmin Harry.   (The hyperlinks below will aid you in jumping to the articles you would most like to read.)        by Jasmin Harry, Member Services Officer, AAPS The AGM opened with guest speaker Pierre Ouillet, VP-Finance, Resources and Operations UBC. Mr. Ouillet updated the membership on the fiscal challenges facing UBC.  Mr. Ouillet, ...
UBC Engineering : News Release
Vancouver, Canada—April 20, 2010—UBC Engineering students Lindsey Curtis, Elizabeth Hughes and Hengameh Hoseini have been announced as 2010 scholarship recipients by the Canadian Engineering Memorial Foundation. Curtis and Hughes will receive two of this year’s three Vale Inco $10,000 Undergraduate scholarships. Hoseini has been named one of the nation’s top-five undergraduate engineering students and will receive the $5000 British Columbia regional scholarship. Curtis, a third-year chemical and biological engineering student, is passionate about engineering because “it gives me the opportunity to make a measurable difference in ... market research, surveys and trends
Tennis Centre members speak out after staff firings | News
A firestorm of controversy is taking place at the UBC Tennis Centre in the midst of an $8 million facelift to the facility. In April, Tomas Tapper, a long-time coach at the facility, was fired two weeks before his contract was up for renewal. Dozens of members complained loudly about the changes, blaming recently hired Tennis Director Neil Parker. Then, on April 26, High Performance Head Coach Elena Gishiyants was abruptly fired after 12 years working for the Centre. That night, three walls of the centre were vandalized with the word ‘Lena’. Adding to the turmoil, Staff Administrator Anna Maria Enescu and coach Brian Grellmann ... market research, surveys and trends


The Coaching News (September 11, 2006)
Success and happiness are unarguably our Holy Grails, but the standards taught to find them are all wrong. We have been brainwashed into believing that the only way to achieve this elusive combination of success and happiness is through setting goals. This is simply not true. In fact, goal-setting is often the shortest route to discontentment. Fifty-eight percent of those I surveyed say that they are consciously sacrificing today's happiness in the belief that achieving their goals will bring fulfillment. Sadly, 41% say that each goal achieved brings little, if any, satisfaction, despite all the hard work. So, what do they ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Non-Clinical Physician Jobs, Careers, and Opportunities [part of ...
I realize that this is an old press release (from Feb 3, 2010), but I thought I'd share it since last week I wrote about physicians leaving the health care field ( How many doctors will leave medicine this year? ). 28 Percent Say They Will Not Be in Their Current Job 1 Year from Now  SAN DIEGO, Feb. 3 -- Nearly one-third of registered nurses (RNs) surveyed last month say they will not be working in their current job a year from now and close to half say they plan to alter their career path in the next one to three years in a way that would either take them out of the nursing field entirely or reduce their contribution ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
BC student teacher charged with sex offences
A 28-year-old student teacher in Abbotsford, B.C., has been charged with sex offences after an alleged inappropriate incident involving a young female student. Corey Jordan Hamade turned himself into police Thursday, six days after a warrant was issued on separate charges of invitation to sexual touching and luring a child. Abbotsford Police Const. Ian MacDonald told officers in the suburban community east of Vancouver received a complaint about the teacher on May 31. Hamade was a student teacher at Rick Hansen Secondary School between February and April 2010. The police investigation found a suspect had contacted a ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


A 15-Year Portrait of the Class of 1988 BY LORRAINE CHAN
Nov 3, 2005 ... UBC Coaching Services, a unique program that UBC Human .... UBC Coaching Services. “While other universities provide ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Columbia (UBC) represented Canada in two Olympics; in 1952, he ran a. 49.1 - second opening leg to help ..... uation Services, School of Medicine, Medical ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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William (Bill) L. Cowher, Super Bowl-winning coach and North Carolina State University alumnus, will deliver NC State’s commencement address on Wednesday, Dec. 17, at the RBC Center in Raleigh. The commencement ceremony will begin at 9 a.m. During the ceremony, Chancellor James Oblinger will confer honorary degrees on behalf of NC State to two distinguished recipients: Dr. Freeman Hrabowski, president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) and a leader in the effort to assist minority and low-income students in academic achievement, and Dr. Carl E. Wieman, a Nobel Prize-winning professor of physics at the ...
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The Utah schools are strong because there is a very large population of Islanders in Utah and an active high-school rugby scene (the two are related). Conversion to LDS does not in any way require you to put sports aside. Quite the opposite, actually. The strongest college program year-in and -out is Cal. Their coaching staff includes the two most successful US Eagles coaches, Jack Clark and Tom Billups (who was one of Clark's captains for USA). Although NCAA does not sanction rugby, Cal treats it as a varsity sport, with significant financial support. Cal put a 36-6 win against UBC about three weeks ago and will ...
How do I become a psychiatric nurse practitioner? - Yahoo! Answers
I'm currently getting my BS in psychology and doing prenursing courses. My goal in life is to become a psychiatric nurse practitioner. I don't want to go from having to get an RN then the practitioner license..I'd prefer to do it all in one giant step. And if you guys know of any schools with a program similar to the one I'm looking for, that would be great! 2 months ago (Tiebreaker) Answerer 1 You can't mush it all into "one giant step". Most NP programs require your 4 year BSN, at least a 3.5 GPA in your 3rd & 4th year of your BSN and also at least 2-3 years of nursing experience ...