Wherever Life Takes You
Career advancement, volunteering, life-stage programming, philanthropy and community-building — what motivates you to connect with your alma mater is bound to change throughout your life.
Why are certain Vietnamese subs so cult-worthy; cool classes we wish we had taken; Homestay “parents;” an international summer startup program; highlights of UCalgary president, Dr. Elizabeth Cannon’s eight-year-long “road trip.”
A look-back at UCalgary’s connection to the rescue mission that captured the world; a race against time and the elements to save 12 teenaged soccer players and their assistant coach from a flooded cave in northern Thailand.
What? No cream for his Starbucks coffee? When Graeme Lauber signed up to work at UCalgary’s campus in Qatar (UCQ) he had no idea just how different life would be. Turns out his coffee fixings were the least of his worries.
Work in Dakar or Singapore? We chat to alumni who are working in both cities about why they uprooted their lives. From career advice to holiday getaways, their candid accounts may give you pause.
Ever wonder what goes on in a labour and delivery simulation lab? We’re banking on you not knowing the cultural differences of such a lab when it’s at UCalgary’s campus in Qatar.
Check out who’s who at the zoo. Enjoy our photo roundup of events, programs and highlights — both on and off campus — where UCalgary alumni have recently connected.