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Dean Peta Bonham-Smith offers a message of congratulations to the College of Arts and Science's newest alumni. (Photo: David Stobbe)

Message of congratulations from Dean Peta Bonham-Smith

The College of Arts and Science's 2021 spring graduation celebration will be held online on Tuesday, June 1 at 5 pm


The College of Arts and Science's 2021 spring graduation celebration will be held online on Tuesday, June 1 at 5 pm.

Dr. Peta Bonham-Smith (PhD), Dean of the College of Arts and Science and a professor of biology, offers this message of congratulations to the college's newest alumni.

Message of congratulations from the Dean

On behalf of everyone at the College of Arts and Science, I would like to congratulate you on receiving your degrees and certificates. This is a significant milestone, and you should be very proud of what you have accomplished.

Today’s graduation celebration symbolizes years of hard work, commitment, resilience, and determination. Although I cannot congratulate you in person, this is still a time of great joy and celebration for us all.

We are so proud of you.

As new graduates, you are joining a family of more than 54,000 College of Arts and Science alumni living across the globe. Your arts and science education has provided you with a firm foundation to broaden your knowledge and understanding of the world around you. Use this invaluable resource throughout your lives, wherever your education, career, passions, or travels may take you.

Wherever you go in the future, know that you have what it takes to build successful lives and careers. You carry within you your love of learning, your strong intellect, and the ability to use the knowledge you have acquired at the University of Saskatchewan to make a difference in the world.

As alumni, you can continue to have a profound impact on our college. Please stay in touch and join us for a performance or a lecture. Remain connected through the Arts&Science alumni magazine and the Green&White. Come back to share your knowledge, career insights, and sense of discovery with the next generation of students. Please visit the University of Saskatchewan campus and your college often—let us know when you are here, as you will always be warmly welcomed.

Congratulations and my very best wishes to you, our new alumni, in all of your future endeavours.

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