Engineering 1971 - 50th reunion

Engineering Class of '71 at their 50th reunion

  • Degree: Bachelor of Applied Science
  • Grad year: 1971

On September 17, 2021, the Applied Science Engineering Class of 1971 virtually celebrated its 50-year reunion. Over 70 classmates heard morning presentations followed by club breakouts in the afternoon.

A highlight was "Who woulda thunk it," given by Celia Sandford. The presentation emerged from the 80+ biographies submitted. Other presentations included greetings from UBC President Santa Ono and Applied Science Dean James Olson, In Memoriam of deceased graduates, UBC Campus life today, and Memories of Walter Gage.

Submitted by Gary Wong, BASc '71

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