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No one is more surprised than Heather Mallory that she has become a civil engineer.
Through a twist of fate, mettle, and hard work, not only did the 26 year old accept the Obligation of Canadian Engineers, receiving the symbolic iron ring, she will graduate this year as one of the most influential and passionate student leaders the School of Engineering has ever produced.
Erica Massey is ready to start her master's program after completing her undergrad degree in Earth and Environmental Sciences.
Studying frozen volcanoes in Iceland leads to science degree
Lifetime adventure with her children enriches Erica Massey's UBC experience
Erica Massey, graduating with a bachelor of science degree in earth and environmental sciences from the Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences, has already plotted out her master's degree research.
Sharalin McLeod has accomplished three major goals while at UBC’s Okanagan campus: To be included, to be published, and to graduate. She crosses the stage Thursday afternoon during the convocation ceremonies for the Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies.
Creative writing student published, included, and ready to graduate
Sharalin McLeod takes a different journey to Convocation
When Sharalin McLeod began her education at UBC’s Okanagan campus she had three big goals: to be included, to be a published writer, and to graduate with her peers.
Front row from left: Teresa Wrzesniewski, Sharon McCoubrey, Karen Whitehouse, Blythe Nilson, and Wendy Mohns. Back row from left: Barbara Rutherford, Qiduan Yang, Piotr Wrzesniewski, Murray Newman, Catherine King, Andrew Irvine, Karen Hill, Jack Boychuk and Tena McKenzie.
Record 28 UBC employees receive long-service awards
Decades of service to post-secondary sector celebrated at ceremony
UBC makes a point of celebrating the milestones of its students. The same goes for employees -- and administrators at the Okanagan campus recently honoured 28 people for their years of dedicated service.
Michael Lee (Golf), Kailin Jones (Volleyball), Sarah Allison (Basketball) and Cam Friesen (Basketball) joined Ryan Watters on the Okanagan Sports Network Team. (Photo courtesy of Greystoke Photography)
Heat athletes raise money for the Heart and Stroke Foundation
Even though school is out and the Heat sports seasons are complete, student athletes are still finding ways to give back.