Professor Santa Ono recently took office as the 15th President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of British Columbia. In a series of In Conversation events, presented by alumni UBC, Professor Ono will share his early priorities and interests as well as gather input from alumni and friends on how we can continue to strengthen our university.
View past event details here.
In celebration of alumni UBC 100, our UBC alumni representative for Guangzhou, Albert Tam, BCom’80, is generously hosting a dinner for UBC grads living in Guangzhou. Reconnect with old friends and expand your UBC network while discovering the common ground you share. No matter what you studied or when you graduated, #WeAreOneUBC.
Questions? Please contact Stephanie Lam at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s no surprise that great universities can have a positive influence on industry. When you have the brightest minds conducting leading edge research, the benefits are clear. In the Bay Area, a cluster of high profile academic institutions have contributed to the growth of a robust, world-leading innovation ecosystem. But how do these relationships work and in what ways can they bridge the gaps from academia to industry to encourage continued growth and positive changes in the industry? Has Silicon Valley moved past its prime? What are the threats facing its longevity?
As an extension to the learnings from the courses “Decision Making for Managers” and “Ethics and Sustainability”, the UBC PT-MBA class of 2018 has organized Q&A session with a panel of experienced managers from different backgrounds and industries.
An opportunity to hear from senior decision makers, on current and past stories about:
Watch the Toronto Blue Jays take on the Tampa Bay Rays with fellow alumni and friends at Rogers Centre on Tuesday, June 13th.
Premium seating tickets are just $40 (max. 4 tickets/person).
Before the game, join us for a pre-game reception at Hunters Landing!
82 Fort York Blvd