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News@Civil E-Newsletter

Subscribe to news@civil, UBC Civil Engineering's e-newsletter, to receive the Department's top recent news stories. news@civil highlights the activities of both faculty and students, and is distributed a couple of times per year.

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Industry Advisory Council

The Department’s Industry Advisory Council is an advisory body that meets once a year to provide input to the Head of the Department on the quality of the Department’s programs and graduates. The IAC is comprised of prominent members of industry in the Vancouver area, and is an important forum by which the Department receives feedback from industry on how it can improve its programs. If you would like more information on the Industry Advisory Council, please contact us for more details.

Public Seminars and Events

The Department hosts many public seminars and events over the course of the year. This includes the Faculty Seminar Series, in which faculty members give an overview of their research projects in an informal setting to members of the UBC community and the public. Alumni are encouraged to attend public events listed on the Civil Engineering Events calendar.

Applied Science Alumni Association

The Faculty of Applied Science maintains an alumni association which organizes reunions and keeps in touch with the university’s vast network of Applied Science graduates. For more information on how you can get involved, please visit: Applied Science Alumni 

alumni UBC provides many services to the university’s graduates, including access to library and computing facilities, group discounts on insurance, and other services. For details on the services available to UBC alumni, please visit: alumni UBC