The Faculty of Nursing shares in the University of Calgary belief that our alumni are valued, lifelong stakeholders.
You are a part of our future, not just our past, and we need to share your wisdom and expertise with the current and upcoming generation of nurses to build a strong and healthy future for our world.
We would love to have you become involved in any way you are able. Throughout the year, there are numerous opportunities to engage including:
Our dedicated Alumni Committee works hard to create opportunities to both network and celebrate graduates. If you're interested in a leadership position on the executive, we want to hear from you!
Contact our Alumni Engagement Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact our Alumni Committee at email@example.com
This is our first message to you as co-presidents. This is a bit of a departure from how nursing’s Alumni Committee executive is usually set up, but was necessary for 2016-17 to help facilitate transitions. We are both excited about what is ahead this year including the launch of our mentorship program and, working closely with the faculty, the establishment of assistance with class reunions.
We are also increasing our electronic media presence and hope you will become engaged with us through Facebook as part of your class page by searching UCalgary Nursing in Facebook groups
We urgently need grads to step up to serve on our executive committee to help shape our direction. Our committee is strictly volunteer-based and we will take anyone who is interested, even if you can only contribute an hour a month.
While you will be helping us and your alma mater, volunteering on the alumni executive is a great enhancement to your portfolio and depending on your aspirations, your professional development as well.
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org; we hope to see you at an upcoming event!
Tyler Hume BN’13
Kate Wong, BN'12
Co-Presidents, Faculty of Nursing Alumni Committee
Save the Date
Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017
6:30 pm Reception | 7:30 pm Lecture
"They Smell Like Sheep"
Barb Shellian, (BN'79, MN'83)President, Canadian Nurses Association and Director, Bow Valley Community and Rural Health Canmore, Alberta will speak about leadership in nursing for the 2017 Marguerite Schumacher Memorial Alumni Lecture.