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.
My most valuable experience from university was just going through all these things with a group of people who I know will be there with me in the future.
The confidence that I gained from taking leaps while in university helped me to continue doing so when I entered the real world.
This Faculty has opened up my perspectives of what I can accomplish in my career after UBC.
What drew me to UBC was its reputation of academic excellence and a real commitment to student well-being.
My advisors helped me realize I could combine my interests in animal studies and biomedical research in the animal welfare program in LFS.
Classes are where I gain invaluable knowledge and make connections, but extracurricular activities have given me the leadership and organizational skills I take into all aspects of my life.
Dr. Gulati's research focuses on questions related to the formation and effectiveness of environmental policies.