Attend an event
Whether it’s an engineering event or UCalgary-wide, joining in is a great way to get involved on campus.
Schulich Connects is more than a breakfast series.
It's an opportunity to gather with Calgary's engineering community to network, spark conversations and get inspired about innovation.
Don't miss our exciting line-up of speakers panels for the 2019-2020 season!
Dean's Holiday Reception
It is our pleasure to host you at our annual holiday reception. This is our chance to celebrate our successes together. We also award our prestigious Dean’s Awards at this festive evening event.
Death by Chocolate
Death by Chocolate is a Schulich School of Engineering signature event. Our alumni, students and their colleagues get together for an evening of chocolate, wine and discussion. The pinnacle of the evening is an exciting keynote address by an inspiring woman in engineering leadership.
The evening is a celebration of the unique position people from all backgrounds are in, offering diverse perspectives and ideas to an innovative future.
Distinguished Speakers Panel
A lively and thought-provoking panel discussion on subjects of significance today. Examples include the future of jobs in an automated world, the Internet of Things and moving Canadian oil to market.
A unique, behind-the-scenes peek at engineering labs and spaces. Past tours included the thermal research lab and the wind and water tunnel. These events give participants the inside track on what's happening at Schulich.
Every year, we round up the Schulich community for our Stampede breakfast. Alumni, industry partners, staff, faculty and our families fill the engineering courtyard. Together, we enjoy food, entertainment and more.
Reunions celebrate the memories you shared as a student. Interested in organizing your class reunion?
Class of 1969 – May 30 – June 2
Class of 1974 – June 7
Class of 1979 (Civil) – June 19
Class of 1979 (Chemical, Mechanical, Electrical) – October 4
Class of 1984 – TBD
Class of 2009 – TBD
And we are currently seeking lead volunteers for the classes of 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004 and 2014.