Alumni Panel Series

The Intent of the Series

The CS Alumni Panel Series brings UBC CS alumni together with current and prospective students to discuss how a Computer Science degree fits into our lives. Why choose to do a degree in computer science? Where can we go with our degrees?

Each session starts with brief biographical presentations by alumni with distinguished and often unusual careers. Then, we open up for Q&A with the audience. Following the panel, there's opportunities to mingle with the panelists, alumni, current students, and prospective students while enjoying some light snacks and beverages.

All panels are free and open to all members of the public and the university community!

Getting Involved

  • Alumni: Attend the panels to learn where UBC CS is now and what our graduates have accomplished. Share your story with other alums. Connect with and inspire the next generation of computer scientists! To volunteer to be a panelist, contact Michele Ng with a brief description of your career path.
  • Prospective students: Thinking about a CS degree? Join us to find out where a degree in Computer Science can take you. You might be surprised at the breadth of options! Check out the speaker bios as they appear below.
  • Current students: Find out where a computer science degree can take you and make the connections that will help get you there! Learn more about your options and start building your professional network at the same time.
  • We welcome suggestions for future speakers. E-mail Michele Ng with any contact information you have and a brief description of why your suggested alum would make a good speaker. (All speakers should be UBC CS alums, undergraduate or graduate.)

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