UBC Engineering looks forward to being at the APEGBC Conference in Kelowna on October 15th and 16th. Stop by our exhibitor booth to hear about exciting new research, programs, and special projects, and to sign up for your “Alumni card”!
The 1970 BSN class is getting together this fall! The reunion committee is busy organizing a reunion that is not to be missed. For more information about the reunion please contact Courtney.Smith@ubc.ca.
The Nursing class of 1960 is getting together to commemorate their 55th reunion this September. They look forward to great fun and reminiscing with classmates and friends. For more information about this reunion please contact Courtney Smith, email@example.com or 604-827-3870.
The Civil 85 class is having a 30th reunion.
Grads can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. There will be an on campus tour and pub event on Friday September 18 from 4:30 onward, and an appie and wine get-together on Saturday September 19 at a house in North Vancouver.
Please join us for the 2015 UBC CEEN Community Networking Night on Thursday September 17, 2015 from 5:30pm - 9:00pm at the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre.
As part of the UBC Centennial celebration, join The Global Health Conference, the first-ever multi-faculty global health event at UBC to discuss “Reinventing Global Health” on an interdisciplinary scale.
Hosted by the City of Vancouver, Vancouver Public Library and UBC, Earthquake Day is a community outreach event that aims to raise earthquake awareness and achieve earthquake resilience.
As part of the annual Canadian Conference of Metallurgists (COM), you’re invited to a special one-day symposium titled “Women of Impact in the Canadian Materials, Metallurgy, and Mining Field.” This event aims to recognize and document the experiences and accomplishments of leading women in mining, metallurgy and materials in Canada.
For more details, visit the Women of Impact in the Canadian Materials, Metallurgy, and Mining Field website.
Sixteen UBC Engineering Physics student teams square off to find out who has designed the smartest, fastest "rescue robot." Each robot must travel an obstacle course by itself, guided by nothing more than its onboard computer. On the course, the robots will need to navigate various hazards to locate and rescue up to six small stuffed animals representing pets trapped in a burning building. The robots will then exit to safety via a 10-foot zipline.
Come out to cheer on the teams and watch student-engineered bots rescue the day!