Groves of Academe - September 27, 2022
This is the first meeting of 2022 for the Emeritus College Reading Group - Groves of Academe
READING: Keiran Egan, Tenure
If you would like to join the group please contact convenor, Graeme Wynn (firstname.lastname@example.org).Tuesday, 27 September 2022 - 2:30pm
President's Reception for New Emeriti 2022Wednesday, 28 September 2022 - 3:30pm to 5:00pm
General Meeting September 29, 2022
with guest performance by Robert Silverman
Professor Emeritus of Music (2003), Piano
Programme: Bach, selections from Book1 of the Well-Tempered Clavier
Please RSVP using the link below to indicate your attendance
In a career spanning more than five decades, Robert Silverman has climbed every peak of serious pianism: lauded performances of the complete sonata cycles by Beethoven and Mozart; concerts in prestigious halls across the globe; orchestral appearances with many of the world’s greatest conductors; and award-winning recordings distributed internationally.
The distinguished pianist has performed in concert halls throughout North America, Europe, the Far East and Australia. Under the batons of such renowned conductors as Seiji Ozawa, John Eliot Gardiner, Gerard Schwarz, Neeme Järvi, and the late Kiril Kondrashin and Sergiu Comissiona, he has appeared with orchestras on three continents, including the Chicago Symphony, the Sydney Symphony, the BBC (London) Symphony, the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestras, and every major orchestra in Canada.
Robert Silverman resides in Vancouver where he was a faculty member at the University of British Columbia for thirty years, served a 5-year term as Director of the School of Music in the 1990s, and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Letters in 2004. He now devotes himself full-time to concertizing and recording.
Campus Vision 2050 Engagement Session
The shape of UBC FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS
Emeritus are invited to the next engagement session on the Campus Vision 2050. Help guide the planning process for the future of UBC.
Members met in the Spring of 2022 to learn about and provide feedback to support the CV2050 planning process. In this second engagement session members can learn about the next stages and continue to give their valuable insights on their experience and hopes for UBC in the future
Join us for a short presentation to learn about CV2050, then participate in the conversation by asking questions and providing your insights on key CV2050 topics.
About Campus Vision 2050
The UBC Vancouver campus, situated on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Musqueam people, is home to a world-class, global university, residential neighbourhoods and a vibrant community in a growing region. In early 2022 UBC Campus and Community Planning is launching Campus Vision 2050 (CV2050), a comprehensive, two-and-a-half-year land use planning process. The CV2050 process will build on the history of this unique place and plan for what comes next for a university campus and a community in changing region and world.
CV2050 will be developed through comprehensive engagement with Musqueam and the campus community, and informed by policy, principles, best practices, and societal imperatives like housing affordability, reconciliation, climate change, anti-racism, connectivity and community wellbeing. The public process formally launched in January 2022 with a broad conversation with the university community on needs and aspirations, and there will be several points of public engagement during Campus Vision 2050 to enable comprehensive community input.
CV2050 will lead to a long-term vision and ensure the future direction for the campus builds on what makes UBC a special place and enhances the livability, sociability and character of the campus within its unique context. The final vision and plans will support the needs of the university and balance the interests of our campus communities, our Indigenous hosts, the broader region, and the environment.
Read more about CV2050 and find out how to get involved: campusvision2050.ubc.caThursday, 6 October 2022 - 10:00am
Council Meeting October 12, 2022Wednesday, 12 October 2022 - 10:00am to 12:00pm
Easy Riders Cycling Group *Date changed* October 13, 2022
EASY RIDERS — RIDE 7
An enjoyable AAA ride (All Ages and Abilities).
Route: Pacific Spirit Park - UBC
This ride is designed as an exploration of Pacific Spirit Park and the UBC campus. There will be a number of stops along the way, one or two perhaps involving short walks and talks; Sites/ sights include Camosun Bog; Pacific Spirit Park; South Campus development; and the length of Main Mall (and a bit more), at various points along which there will be disquisitions on the development of UBC
Start and end at University Golf Club, where we will gather at the end of our outing for lunch and adieus until next year.
Partners and e-bikes are welcome
Any emeriti (and/ or partners) interested in joining this ride please contact group convenor Graeme Wynn (email@example.com) before Oct. 11 who will provide further details.Thursday, 13 October 2022 - 10:00am