About Us

The UBC Envision Story

UBC Envision is the AIChE student chapter of the University of British Columbia. We started off as the UBC Chem-E-Car team, averaging around 5-10 members annually for many years.

In 2015, we’ve received an explosion in interest and membership in our team due to stronger recruitment efforts and outreach activities. In 2016, we received a very generous donation from the Daniel Family Foundation, allowing us to expand our activities and provide more opportunities to UBC students. With significant help from the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and CHBE faculty members, we established the junior Chem-E-Car team and initiated three new projects: flow cell, beer brewing and biofuels.

Fast forward to 2017, the former UBC Chem-E-Car team is now part of UBC Envision, an umbrella organization for all our projects. We started the 2017-2018 academic year strong, with 50 new and returning members across 5 projects, increased faculty engagement and a new name that reflects the breadth and diversity of our team.

Check out our blog and news page to see what we are working on:

Team

We have over 50 enthusiastic students who are excited about technology, innovation and engineering. Our team members are working on many interesting and challenging projects ranging from beer brewing to biofuels. We are a strong, fast-growing and young organization with humble beginnings as the UBC Chem-E-Car team. Meet our team members.

Projects

We have several active projects for 2017-2018: Chem-E-Car, Algae Biofuels, Flow Cell and CHBeer. Find out more about what we are working on:

Recruitment

Thank you for your interest in UBC Envision! Please see our recruitment page for the latest information:

Contact Information

Please email us at [email protected] for any general inquiries. If you are looking to contact a specific team or team member, please refer to the team page for their email addresses.

UBC Envision
Chemical and Biological Engineering Building
2360 East Mall
Vancouver V6T 1Z3
British Columbia, Canada