Alumni Relations

 

All around the globe, uLethbridge alumni play important roles in their communities. Whether they’re saving kittens from trees or shaping the minds of future generations, our alumni are the do-ers, changers and leaders of today.  

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Teaching Multiple Literacies in Canadian Classrooms: Sarah Gagnon (BSc/BEd’11, MEd’20)

"I go back to Quebec and my French doesn’t have the Quebecois accent,” she says. “Yet in Alberta I’m not English, either. There’s this feeling that I don’t really belong to one or …

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A Community in the Middle of Nowhere

When the rebuilt Masinasin School opened in 1950 it was shiny white and the four rooms were full of students in Grades 1-12. By its closing in 1996 the paint was peeling …

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So, You Want to Become a Teacher? Advice from Recent Grads: Charlene Oka Iinni’skim’akii

Recent graduate of the Niitsitapi Teacher Education Program, Charlene Oka shares this advice for new students, "Never be afraid of the challenges, endure them. Those challenges mold you and prepare you for …

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 Did you know that there are more than 45,000 uLethbridge alumni around the world?

 


 

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