How are you thinking differently?

25 August, 2020

As we embark on a new academic year, it is fair to say that this will be quite different – for our faculty, staff and our students.

While COVID-19 has brought great challenges, it has also created the opportunity to think differently. Whether you teach, are a researcher or work in a support role at the university – we want to hear from you. How are you thinking differently? And how is it making a positive impact in your role at UBC?

Whether it’s a big change or something small, we want to share your experience with our faculty and staff community. We will share submitted comments through a future posting on UBC Today. This is a great opportunity to not only share your experience, but even share tips or good practice that colleagues may find useful.

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