Engineering Is A Way Of Thinking And A Way Of Life
Raven's experience in integrated engineering and his co-op journey.
UBC’s Engineering Transfer Program Was A Pathway To Success
Mikah's experience in engineering, co-op and the engineering transfer program.
Relate Your Learning To Something That Matters To You
Graham's decision to study engineering and his experience.
Secwèpemc woman adept at kicking down doors
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Indigenous woman Dawn McGrath is among the first cohort of Indigenous people completing a PhD in civil engineering at UBCO.
Catarina Rodriguez chose to study mechanical engineering because “it is the most involved in terms of design and very hands-on. “
The first student in her family to attend university, Catarina Rodriguez chose to study mechanical engineering because “it is the most involved in terms of design and very hands-on. “
First-year student enjoys being in a community of students passionate about learning and hands-on projects
Emi Callele is a 1st year engineering student. She enjoys being in a community of students passionate about learning and hands-on projects. She highly recommends attending jumpstart as it was a pivotal part of her university experience.
International exchange in Australia, capstone project and co-op among UBC highlights
Madison Maurice is a 6th year electrical engineering student. She has done an exchange at Australia at the University of Sydney and has loads of co-op work experience. After graduation, she plans to embark on a backpacking trip and then work fulltime
UBC’s first IBET Momentum Fellow aims to decolonize engineering design and project delivery
When Danilo Caron returned to school for an engineering degree, he never imagined how much his new career and research would support his personal journey to connect with his Anishinaabe culture. Years spent working as a masonry contractor in his…
BE Brave, BE Relevant, STAY Relevant
Se:ko! My name is Olivia Maracle, and my pronouns are she/her. I am a daughter, a sister, and a granddaughter. I am of the Turtle Clan and identify as Kanien'kehá:ka (People of the Flint) or Mohawk from the Bay of Quinte. My mother is Susan…
Engineering is an opportunity to make a difference
Building and being part of a community has always been really important to me, which is one reason I’ve really enjoyed my work as Vice-President of Student Life with the Electrical and Computer Engineering Undergraduate Society.