UBC SALA AIBC Conference Alumni Reception

 

Join fellow UBC Alumni and AIBC Architectural Conference attendees for some hosted drinks and appies at the UBC SALA Alumni Reception preceding the special screening of “Sagrada—The Mystery  of Creation”

 

Enjoy an evening of networking and socializing with your peers, and don’t forget to visit us at the alumni table to find out more about SALA alumni programming and events, and UBC’s Centennial Year!

 

Thursday, October 29, 2015
Vancouver Convention Centre West
5.00 - 7.00pm

 

UBC SALA Alumni Reception

 

Join fellow UBC Alumni and AIBC Architectural Conference attendees for some hosted drinks and appies at the UBC SALA Alumni Reception preceding the special screening of “Sagrada—The Mystery  of Creation”

 

Enjoy an evening of networking and socializing with your peers, and don’t forget to visit us at the alumni table to find out more about SALA alumni programming and events, and UBC’s Centennial Year!

 

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UBC Engineering welcomes two $80K scholarship recipients

Arthur Chen
Arthur Chen and Rika Sugimoto Dimitrova, first-year UBC Applied Science students, have each won $80,000 Schulich Leader scholarships for their promising academic potential, extracurricular achievements and interest in studying Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Both students entered their first year in Engineering at Applied Science this September.

Sara Badiei

Sara Badiei earned a BASc in Electrical Engineering from the University of Toronto, and then came to UBC to undertake a Masters in the same subject. After working for a short while in the power field, for both BC Hydro and Southern California Edison, she changed career paths significantly, and began working with Médecins sans Frontières, where she stayed from 2011 to 2014, working in Chad, Congo, and the Philippines. She now works for the International Committee of the Red Cross in Afghanistan after a year with ICRC in Gaza undertaking emergency humanitarian work in water and sanitation, supply chain (medical and logistic), energy, cold chain and project / program coordination. In this month’s alumni Q&A, she talks about her work, making a difference as an engineer and humanitarian worker, and her dreams of Pacific Spirit Park.

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