1. Nishant leverages his personal and professional experience to familiarize MFRE students with key derivatives commodity trading strategies. Nishant Kalia brings several years of experience to the MFRE program in derivatives trading and investment research for commodities such as sugar, coffee,

  2. As the pandemic stretched over a year into summer 2021, many businesses continued to face significant challenges; the restaurant industry was no exception. Restaurants and café’s continued to endure staffing difficulties, cash flow concerns, and increased costs to operate during a global pandemic.

  3. A review of agricultural labour policy reform in the United States. MFRE student Candice Kong completed her graduating project with the Oppenheimer Group (Oppy), during which she was responsible for conducting a revi

  4. Grant will be applied to increase students’ sustainability awareness via the development of experiential learning cases Congratulations to UBC Academic Director Dr.

  5. From a UBC Sustainability Scholar with the City of Vancouver, to a successful Sustainability Consultant. Beyond MFRE is a series of interviews focusing on alumni and their life after our masters degree.

  6. Canada's Food Price Report 2022 forecasts the biggest jump in food prices in more than a decade for the upcoming year.

  7. Beyond MFRE is a series of interviews focusing on alumni and their life after our master's degree. This week we put a spotlight on Nick Gemperle, an MFRE alumn currently employed as a Research Analyst with Ipsos, a world-renowned market research firm. Passionate about issues related to sustainable agriculture and climate change, Nick juggles his full-time job with a seat on the board of an NGO.

  8. MFRE alumna, Yuki Zhang, completed her graduating project with the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority (VFPA) under the UBC Sustainability Initiative, scanning strategic benchmarks concerning Indigenous relations and developed measures to assess the port’s current performance.