Fiction: Writing from Experience Presented by UBC Continuing Studies at the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre
This workshop helps you turn your experiences into ideas for publishable stories. Through writing exercises, reading and discussion, you develop greater awareness of human behaviour, sharpen your writing techniques, and learn how to recapture the past, whether through visits to your personal memory bank, interviews with relatives or visits to your place of origin.
What does it mean to be influential? While some people possess a natural talent to make themselves heard, for others it is a skill that requires years to perfect. However, […]
Looking to get ahead? Your connections matter. Turn your UBC network in the Okanagan into personal connections by joining us for alumNIGHTS at BNA Brewing. Meet and mingle with fellow UBC […]
Come out for a friendly competition between our various Canadian alma maters. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, we’ll have fun all the same. Could UBC win the […]
Alumni in the News
- Neema Bickersteth’s (MMus'04) Century Song presents Canada’s black female history
- Ian Crosby, BCom'08, Bench CEO, Named To Forbes '30 Under 30' List
- Gamer Jared Simpson (BSc'04) answers call of duty to fight cancer - Jared Simpson, a scientist at the Ontario Institute for Cancer Research, started his career building popular video games like FIFA and Need for Speed. For a change of pace, he switched to research on genetic mutations.
Posted January 8, 2016
Diane and Doug travel the world and find inspiration through the culture’s cuisine. They recently led an alumni UBC group tour through Japan called Japan: Food, Fitness and Healthy Ageing. They […]