alumni UBC Contacts
You can get in touch with alumni UBC by contacting one of our offices in Vancouver, Okanagan or Hong Kong, listed below. To get a hold of one of the members of our staff, please view the full staff listing.
UBC, Point Grey Campus
The Wong-Trainor Welcome Centre in the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre is the first stop for alumni and visitors to campus. Our friendly staff and volunteers will be happy to answer your questions and offer suggestions for your campus visit.
The Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre
6163 University Blvd
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1
Toll Free Tel: 800.883.3088
Toll Free Fax: 800.220.9022
UBC, Okanagan Campus
SCI 109, 3333 University Way
Kelowna, BC V1V 1V7
Tel: (250) 807-9360
12/F., ING Tower
308 Des Voeux Road Central
Mei Mei Yiu, Director, Alumni & Development, Asia Pacific Regional Office
- alumNIGHTS at the Odlum Brown VanOpen August 12, 2019Join fellow UBC alumni and tennis fans for a special alumNIGHTS at the spectacular Hollyburn Country Club in West Vancouver, for the 17th edition of the Odlum Brown VanOpen. Enjoy a private reception of fabulous food and delicious drinks with fellow alumni, tennis enthusiasts, and tournament organizers in the privately-reserved Livingspace Lounge, located on the […]
- alumni UBC Breakfast Series in Toronto – Featuring Gordon Katic, BA’13, MJ’17 May 15, 2019We always hear that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And that successful people never eat alone. Keeping these two ideas in mind, alumni UBC offers an intimate breakfast series in Toronto. Get to know fellow UBC alumni in the GTA over a meal, and make connections that will benefit your career, business, and life. Each... […]
- Webinar – Work in the Age of Automation: Myths and Realities May 15, 2019In this webinar, Viet Vu, BA'16, MSc, a researcher from the Brookfield Institute for Innovation + Entrepreneurship, will help you understand the impact of automation to Canadian workers and economy and will demystify myths surrounding automation: what it is, how it happens, and what it means for the future of work.
- Smart Cities – In Hong Kong May 14, 2019Urbanization is a defining trend of our time. As our cities have expanded and existing infrastructure has aged, challenges with our existing urban designs have become increasingly evident. From traffic to housing, the environment and beyond, there are clear opportunities to reshape the design of our cities to become more sustainable and liveable. Technological advances... […]
- Webinar – Thrive in the Workplace: Understanding stress, burnout and the importance of workplace wellbeing May 9, 2019Join Miranda Massie, BA'08, Health Promotion Specialist at the University of British Columbia, for this informative session on stress, burnout and workplace wellbeing.