What's on...

2017-10-23 08:00 PM
Resident Members' Series

"Colombian Post-Agreement Era": Three perspectives, many challenges.

Federico Andrade, Alejandra Echeverri, Maria Angélica Guerrero Quintana

2017-10-24 05:00 PM
Cecil H. and Ida Green Visiting Professor

Imagining the Arctic

Huw Lewis-Jones

2017-10-26 05:00 PM
Green College Writer in Residence: The Arts of Living Now

The Shape of the World: Poetry and Ecology

Robert Bringhurst; Susan McCaslin; Jan Zwicky

Welcome to Green College


Green College is an interdisciplinary graduate residential college at the University of British Columbia. The College is also a unique society of scholars, providing a rich community environment for academic engagement through public lectures, conversations and hospitality.

 
Join
Our resident community includes range of diverse disciplines and award-winning scholars. Expand your opportunities with us.
 
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Green College is more than a residence. Get involved in the community's committees, scholarly programming, and support from afar.
 
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We host endowed lectureships, special residencies, conferences and workshops. It all happens here.
 
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The College offers a range of hospitality services including visitor accommodations, event rentals, and catering. Be our guest.

Spotlights


Society Member Alejandra Echeverri has been named a youth delegate at the United Nations'  conference on biodiversity in Cancun, Mexico. Read her story by clicking on the link.
Defending biodiversity
Society Member Alejandra Echeverri has been named a youth delegate at the United Nations' conference on biodiversity in Cancun, Mexico. Read Alejandra's story here.
Resident Member Adam Vanzella-Yang recently wrote an op-ed in The Georgia Straight on the meaning of home and housing in Vancouver
Home and housing
How are home and housing different in Vancouver? Read Resident Member Adam Vanzella-Yang's op-ed in The Georgia Straight here.
Anne Simpson: Writer in Residence
Anne Simpson's residency at the College will run from early September until early December 2017. Click below for details.