- UBC Arts Undergraduate Society
- AUS Presents: Arts Last Lecture with Michaëlle Jean
AUS Presents: Arts Last Lecture with Michaëlle Jean
Presented by the UBC Arts Undergraduate Society.
The UBC Arts Last Lecture is back! This year, the Arts Undergraduate Society of UBC-Vancouver is excited to welcome the Right Honourable Michaëlle Jean, former Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of Canada, current UNESCO Special Envoy for Haiti, and Co-President of the Michaëlle Jean Foundation as our speaker for the event.
The Arts Last Lecture is an annual event in which a prominent Canadian in invited to deliver a “Last Lecture” at the end of the year to students. This allows them the opportunity to attend a last lecture with their peers, and celebrate the end of the year by hearing from an engaging and interesting speaker.
This event hopes to inspire and empower students with the idea that their education at UBC has prepared them to be agents of positive change in Vancouver, Canada and the world. Former speakers have including George Strombolopolous, Mark Tewksbury, Douglas Coupland, and Peter Mansbridge.
This event is open to all students, faculty, staff, and the general public.
For more information: aus.arts.ubc.ca/lastlecture