ACAM320J Community Showcase

ACAM320J – Asian Canadian Research and Engagement Studio is a new course this year at UBC that aims to prepare students of Asian Canadian studies to engage in community engaged research. The course emphasizes in particular how to approach and build equitable, reciprocal and accountable relationships with Asian Canadian communities and organizations outside the university. This term, students are collaborating with Love Intersections, Chinatown Today, Sliced Mango Collective, and Roundtable Educational Society to create unique and community centered research projects. This event is designed to showcase and celebrate their work.

This event is free and open to the public, but as space is limited, please make sure to reserve a spot using the registration form below.

Directions & access:

Creekside Community Centre can be accessed from several major transit points including Main Street Science World station, and along a number of major bus routes (03, 08, 19, 84). There is underground pay parking located on site, as well as metered street parking in the surrounding area.

The event will be held in Multipurpose Room 4, which is located on the second floor. Elevator access can be requested at the front desk. Note that public access to the facility will end at 5pm, so any latecomers will need to enter via the elevator lobby doors on Athletes Way (not the seawall).

There are barrier-free gendered washrooms on both the first and second floor, and one accessible single-stall universal washroom located on the second floor.

RSVP is closed for this event.