Join us as we celebrate the achievements of Dr. Robert Morrison (BASc '83), the 2013 University of Lethbridge Distinguished Alumnus of the Year.
Saturday, October 19
12 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
University of Lethbridge
More details to come.
To RSVP or to send a note of congratulations, please contact Alumni Relations.
It took 19 years and thousands of miles traversed across the globe before alumna Robyn Schilling (BEd ’92) and Gloria Irani-Patterson (BA ’93) again crossed paths. And while the stories of their post University of Lethbridge lives took divergent routes, the former roommates shared a sense of discovery and willingness for adventure that eventually led them back together – in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Some would call it luck, others fortune, but when her father, Dr. Keith Roscoe, accepted a position with the Faculty of Education at the University of Lethbridge in 1996, an entirely new world of possibilities opened up for Catherine Roscoe Barr (BSc ’02) and her future husband, Aaron Barr (BFA ’02).
When they began their academic adventures at the University of Lethbridge, co-owners of the newly formed Isis Geomatics Incorporated, Steve Myshak (BSc ’10) and Owen Brown (BSc ’09) were heading down very different career paths.
In fact, Brown wasn’t planning on staying at the University for long. Originally enrolled in pre-engineering, he intended to transfer to the University of Calgary to complete his degree there, but one semester in geography at the U of L and he knew he was hooked.
Not many people can truly say that they are number one, but Wayne Anderson (BASc ‘73) can. In fact, Anderson holds the honour of being the very first student registered to attend the University of Lethbridge back in 1957.
Deadline to Enter the Alumni Couples Contest!
In the spirit of Valentine's Day, we want to celebrate our many alumni couples. If you and your loved one are both graduates from the U of L, let us know by posting on our University of Lethbridge Alumni Facebook page for a chance to win a Valentine's Day prize package. Better yet, tell us how you met, a favourite shared memory at the U of L or any other sweet anecdote you wish to share.