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UBC CSCE is the student chapter of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering at the University of British Columbia.  UBC CSCE empowers students to realize their potential and career opportunities by providing students with a bridge UBC-CSCEto industry through Lunch‘n’Learns, industry tours and professional development workshops.  The chapter also hosts their annual UBC CSCE Industry Night, which has become the premier networking event between UBC civil engineering students and the civil engineering community of BC’s lower mainland.

The 2015 UBC CSCE Industry Night will be held on January 22nd, 2015 from 6:00-9:00 in the West Atrium of the Life Sciences Centre at UBC.  This year, UBC CSCE will host representatives from approximately 50 companies and approximately 250 civil engineering students.  The event will have plenty of networking opportunities for all who attend and features an opportunity for Gold sponsors of the evening to make a short speech.  This event is marked on the calendars of almost every UBC civil engineering student every year!

If you would like more information on UBC CSCE, please contact Charles Noftall (President) at ubc.csce@gmail.com, or visit ubccsce.ca.  If you would like more information on industry night, including information on registration, please contacts Ben White (Industry Night Lead) at ubc.csce.industrynight@gmail.com.

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