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2018/19 Schedule


Please note that we use the service Eventbrite to sell tickets which is located outside Canada. If you do not wish to use this service, you may come to the Administration Office of St. John’s College, 2111 Lower Mall, and pay for your ticket in person during office hours:  Monday – Friday, 9am to 4 pm. 


Wednesday, October 31
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Mr. Don Thompson, Chief Information Security Officer
Menu: “Hot as Hell” buffet

Thai Tom Yum Seafood Soup
Nigerian Jollof Rice
Korean Dak Galbi (Spicy Chicken
Stir Fry)
Stir Fried Green Bean in Sambal
Sauce
Fresh Fruit Platter
Pumpkin Pie
Coffee and Tea

Eventbrite - Hot Lunch - October 31, 2018


Friday, November 2
4 – 5:30 pm

Staff Friday Social *new*
Unwind and enjoy some conversation while warming your tummy!

Your ticket includes one drink + goodies listed below

Comforts of Fall
Mini Pot Pies, Quiches & Meat Pasties
Mini Apple Crumble, Pecan Tarts, Profiteroles w/Chantily Cream
Hot Apple Cider (alcoholic & non-alcoholic), Soft Drinks

Tickets must be purchased in advance, $20
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Wednesday, November 28
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Ms. Carole Jolly, Director, Community Development
Menu: “Fall Comfort” buffet

Eventbrite - Hot Lunch - November 28, 2018


Wednesday, January 30
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Ms. Eilis Courtney, Senior Advisor, Ceremonies & Protocol
Menu: TBA

Eventbrite - Hot Lunch - January 30, 2019


Wednesday, February 27
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Ms. Barbara Meens Thistle
Menu: TBA

Eventbrite - Hot Lunch - February 27, 2019


Wednesday, March 27
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
TBA
Menu: TBA

Eventbrite - Hot Lunch - March 27, 2019


Wednesday, April 24
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
TBA
Menu: TBA

Eventbrite - Hot Lunch - April 24, 2019


Wednesday, May 29
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
TBA
Menu: TBA

Eventbrite - Hot Lunch - May 29, 2019


Wednesday, September 26
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Professor Santa Ono President and Vice-Chancellor
Menu: “A Touch of Singapore” buffet

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UBC staff member?
You’re invited to “Hot Lunch”!!
HotLunchCross-campus Staff Networking Initiative
We know that many of us here at UBC recognize the challenge in creating meaningful conversations and connections between staff from different units, and that our own personal networks play a key role in sustaining and supporting us in our UBC roles.What if we could share those networks with each other in a way that could foster better linkages and community among colleagues from across the institution, and across bargaining units and staff associations as well? If we could create innovative ways to build relationships, and nurture those networks, could we foster a more inclusive and productive working environment at UBC?
Food Talk


Our thought: absolutely yes, and so “Hot Lunch” was born.
Let’s meet over lunch with a group of our colleagues from across the University, and share thoughts and conversations about how we might work toward the goal of establishing richer and more meaningful networks across the institution.

Stacy Barber
Office Manager, St. John’s College
Eilis Courtney

Senior Advisor, Ceremonies and Protocol

Shirley Nakata
Ombudsperson for Students
Andrew Parr
Managing Director, Student Housing & Hospitality Services
Grace Wong
Senior Advisor International, Office of the Provost and VP Academic
Henry Yu
Principal, St. John’s College and Associate Professor, Department of History

Ex-Officio
Sandra Shepard
Assistant Principal, St. John’s College, retired


Hot Lunch is a cross-campus staff networking initiative hosted by St. John’s College and co-sponsored by the office of each of the Vice-Presidents with the special support of Human Resources.

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