Young Alumni Panel
As part of Major Possibilities, students are encouraged to attend this panel discussion with graduates who will be telling their stories about navigating the world beyond university armed with a degree from the College of Arts and Science. Our panelists have all graduated within the past ten years with either a B.A. or a B.Sc. (or both), some have gone on to professional colleges, others have gained fulfilling jobs immediately upon graduation, and each has something to share with current Arts and Science students.
The panel takes place from 3:00pm – 4:00pm (March 8th) in the Neatby-Timlin Theatre. Attend the Young Alumni Panel for a chance to win two tickets to An Evening With Michelle Obama at the SaskTel Centre on March 22.
- Free Pizza: An assortment of pizzas will be provided
- Draw for clothing
- Grand prize draw for FREE tuition
- Young Alumni panel exclusive draw: two tickets to see Michelle Obama speak in Saskatoon
Students can pick up an event passport at the Draw Table. Each time you have a conversation with a representative at a booth, you will receive a stamp in your passport. Each stamp will earn you 1 draw ticket. The more conversations you have with different booths, the more opportunities you will have to win.
Terms and conditions:
- Must be an Arts & Science student to win
- Tuition will cover a three-credit course (Category 1)
- Will be applied Fall / Winter - 2018/19
- Students must complete an exit survey to win
Who will I meet?
Representatives from many Arts & Science programs and departments will be available to chat:
- Anatomy & Cell Biology
- Archaeology & Anthropology
- Computer Science
- Classical Medieval & Renaissance Studies
- Environmental Programs
- Geography & Planning
- Geological Sciences
- Health Studies
- Indigenous Studies
- Languages Literatures & Cultural Studies
- Linguistics & Religious Studies
- Math & Statistics
- Microbiology & Immunology
- Physics & Engineering Physics
- Physiology & Pharmacology
- Political Studies
Other exhibitors include:
Here are a few ideas for questions you might use to start a conversation at a booth:
- If I could take just one class from your department/ program, what should it be?
- What are the main competencies I will develop if I major in your program?
- What is some exciting research that is going on within your department?
- What have been some career paths of past graduates from your program?
- Is there a co-op or internship option within your program?
- Who are some notable alumni that have gone through your program?