The Scientific Committee members of the International Consortium of Universities for the Study of Biodiversity and the Environment (iCUBE) convened for the second time last 16 May 2013, and which was hosted by the Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD).
Universiti Brunei Darussalam recently hosted the 2nd International Consortium of Universities for the Study of Biodiversity and the Environment (iCUBE) Governing Board Members’ Meeting. This biennial meeting brings together leaders from the member universities to discuss among others, the activities to address, for both research and education, issues and problems related to biodiversity, climate change, and the environment. Members of the iCUBE are King’s College of London (KCL), University of North Carolina (UNC), Korea University (KU), University of Auckland (UA), University of Bonn (UB), Monash University (MU), National University of Singapore (NUS) and Universiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD).
4th June 2011 at Boardroom ILIA, UBD.
The inaugural Scientific Committee Meeting hosted by UBD was attended by members from King’s College London, Korea University, Monash University, University of Auckland, University of Bonn, and University of North Carolina. The Chair of the Scientific Committee Meeting, Associate Professor Dr Azman Ahmad, Assistant Vice-Chancellor for New Initiatives and Innovation, expressed his delight over the success of the meeting, and at the profound interests of iCUBE partner universities in collaborating with UBD and each other.
29th January 2011 at The Core, UBD.
To instigate iCUBE’s programmes and activities, UBD has hosted the Consortium’s first symposium with the theme “Enhancing Inter-University Collaboration Through Research and Education on Biodiversity, Climate Change and the Environment”.
28th January 2011 at Kuala Belalong Field Studies Centre, UBD.
The Governing Board of iCUBE is made up of the Vice Chancellors or Presidents of Consortium members from UBD, King’s College of London, Korea University, Monash University, National University of Singapore, University of Auckland, University of Bonn, and University of North Carolina.