Alumni Student Night

The UBC Civil Engineering
Alumni Student Night

March 2nd, 2018

We invite you to help build a stronger civil engineering community at UBC

The Civil Club is hosting our second annual UBC Civil Engineering Alumni-Student Night on March 2, 2018 at Pinnacle Hotel. This event aims to bridge the gap between students and alumni by providing an opportunity for them to network and engage with each other. It also serves as a platform for old friends and classmates to reconnect and celebrate their success and achievements over the past years.

With over 3,400 alumni and 500 students invited to the event, the Alumni-Student Night promises to be the largest UBC Civil Engineering Community gathering for the year.



The Civil Club

The UBC Civil Engineering Club is a student society comprised of all undergraduate students in the UBC Civil Engineering Program. The Civil Club broadens learning beyond an academic degree and fosters pride in the multi-faceted accomplishments of our members.


Community Engagement

With over 3800 members, the UBC Civil Engineering department has one of the largest network of students and alumni in UBC Engineering. The network boasts a number of influential and distinguished alumni, as well as exceptional student leaders.



The Alumni-Student Night presents itself as one of the few opportunities where this growing network are invited to celebrate UBC Civil Engineering and its members under one roof. As a partner, you will be investing in annual event where we can build a stronger civil engineering community.

Keynote Speaker

Jerry W. Dobrovolny

City of Vancouver, Chief Engineer and General Manager of Engineering Services

Jerry is responsible for the design, construction, operation, and maintenance of this world class city’s public works infrastructure. He manages 1,900 Engineering Services staff and an annual budget of over $500 million.

Engineering Services is also mandated with a variety of planning and regulatory functions, and plays a central role in the day-to-day functioning of the city. As the largest city department, Engineering delivers a complex array of essential public services while implementing an ambitious policy agenda to become the greenest city in the world by 2020.

Jerry received his civil engineering degree from the University of British Columbia, a master’s of business administration from Simon Fraser University, and has worked at the City of Vancouver for 28 years. Jerry also served as a city councillor for the City of New Westminster for nine years and played professional football in the CFL for five years.

Event Details

March 2, 2018

Doors Open at 6:00pm

Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront

1133 West Hastings Street


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Alumni, Industry or Guest

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