What's on...

2016-10-22 08:15 PM
The Vancouver Institute Lecture

The High Cost of Discount Culture

Ellen Ruppel Shell
2016-10-24 08:00 PM
Resident Members' Series

Ignorance As Strategy

Maya Lefkowich, Interdisciplinary Studies Graduate Program; Dan Carney
2016-10-25 05:00 PM
Green College Leading Scholars' Series

Can We Shame for Good?

Catherine Corrigall-Brown, Sociology; Michael Daniels

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.

Our resident community includes range of diverse disciplines and award-winning scholars. Expand your opportunities with us.
Green College is more than a residence. Get involved in the community's committees, scholarly programming, and support from afar.
We host endowed lectureships, special residencies, conferences and workshops. It all happens here.
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Johannes Rebane and Kristi Carey welcome new residents as part of Welcome Month 2016
Welcome to Green
Resident Members Johannes Rebane and Kristi Carey on how they came to the College in 2015, the importance of good dinner and conversation, and what's in store for new residents in Welcome Month 2016.
Society Member Madeleine Thien is shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize
Madeleine Thien on Man Booker short list
Congratulations to Society Member Madeleine Thien, who has made the 2016 Man Booker Prize short list for her novel, Do Not Say We Have Nothing! Read the news here.
Justice Cromwell launches the new Access to Justice series at the College on Sept. 28 at 5 pm
Access to justice
What does “access to justice” mean to survivors of sexual violence? Join us for a talk by Janine Benedet (Centre for Feminist Legal Studies at the Peter A. Allard School of Law) and Tracy Pickett (UBC Medicine) on Wednesday, October 19 at 5 pm.