Check out the Fall 2019 edition of Branchlines. Covering important stories and research, from local climate change mobilization, to innovative wood bioproducts research, to the next generation of wood-based tall buildings.
September 17, 2019 Author: UBC Forestry
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Check out our Fall 2020 Branchlines, Volume 31. This edition looks at how road visibility may influence grizzly bear movements, studying apes during COVID-19, a novel portable DNA detection method, and Vancouverites’ knowledge of invasive species. Want to learn more? Read on!Read More Fall 2020
Colleagues, As you know, there is a high likelihood of teaching being online this Fall (a final determination has yet to be made). That said, the university is still considering the possibility of teaching a limited number of very small courses on campus, should provincial guidelines allow for this possibility. For this to happen, the…Read More Possibility of In-person Fall Teaching
Colleagues, On this last day of teaching, I wanted to thank you all once again for your determination and hard work in making the transition to online teaching and learning a success. Yes, there have been some bumps and bruises along the way, and we continue to address various issues, but in the grand scheme…Read More Fall Term Teaching – Whither Online?