Hands-on learning experiences provided the opportunity to learn how to apply knowledge learned in the classroom, and this set me up for success in my career.
My classes promoted group work and problem-based learning with other disciplines, which prepared me for my work in my industry today.
I am developing the tools necessary to help address health inequities in my local community.
I am deeply grateful for the communities I have been part of during my time in LFS
Pursue what you are passionate about - only you can decide what you want for your career.
The electives that I took to complement my degree really helped to pave the way for the career I eventually fell into.
The leadership skills I've developed from volunteering in LFS mentoring program have helped with my own career advancement.
I am proud to learn on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Musqueam people.
I hope to bring awareness of how plants are engaging with the environment around them, and how that environment is helping to shape their growth behaviour.
For National Volunteer Week, we checked in with longtime volunteer and alumnus of the Faculty, Paul Molund.
The amount of personal growth I’ve witnessed, both in myself and others, since joining this community is unbelievable.
While people often joke about how my current job doesn't seem to relate to my degree studying food systems, I actually got this job because of my LFS background!
Animals need a voice, and as a trained scientist, I can bring an evidence-based and ethical perspective to the societal dilemmas they face.
My aim is to utilize my knowledge of nutrition and holistic health to help improve people's well being and access to healthcare.
LFS has helped me understand scientific mechanisms and processes in a tangible way, but also helped me to see what it means to be a part of my global and local food system.
LFS is full of inspiration. It’s around every corner and impossible to miss.
I am more than a number: my learning is supported by the UBC community and my Faculty.
I’m so glad I’m here, because I’ve felt a strong sense of belonging since day one.
An exchange program in my fourth year introduced me to entomophagy, and I continued to travel and study how local cultures produce and consume insects.
The flexibility of the GRS program gave me the time to find my focus, and ultimately connect with community through land and food.