Ms. Carrie Allen, BA’00 – Recipient of the 2007 Alumni Service Award
Presented in recognition of outstanding volunteer leadership and service to the University of Saskatchewan and/or the Alumni Association.
Carrie Allen obtained her B.A. in Archaeology from the University of Saskatchewan in 2000. She began her volunteer career with the Museum of Antiquites in the spring of 2001, creating original artworks to appear in the exhibit “Homer to Tolkien; Elements of Western Myth”.
To date, she has produced more than one hundred original and replica artworks, representing a diverse array of ancient cultures, to complement 7 major exhibits with the Museum of Antiquities and the Diefenbaker Canada Center. Carrie has since donated a number of these works to fundraising auctions in support of Saskatchewan charities.
She is also an accomplished medical and scientific illustrator. Her work complements the academic research of the medical and scientific professionals of the University of Saskatchewan and appears in publications as diverse as ‘Human Osteology and Skeletal Radiology: an Atlas and Guide’ and ‘Lethaia’
Join us in Saskatoon from June 19-21, 2008.
Annual Alumni Honoured Years Reunion for all college years of: 1948, 1953, 1958, 1963 and 1968,as well as all college years from 1928 to 1947.
The College of Nursing – all years college reunion
June 19-21, 2008
Celebrate the 70th anniversary of the college!
Arrive in Brussels on April 20, 2008 and enjoy a nine-day cruise of the magnificent waterways and canals of Holland and Belgium.
This educational experience is part of the U of S Alumni Travel Program.
The College of Pharmacy and Nutrition extends an invitation to all alumni to attend the upcoming reception. Please plan to attend and join your classmates, share updates and find out about new developments at the College.
Where: Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver
791 West Georgia St
Time: 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
RSVP to: Lisa Green, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 306-966-5823 by February 22, 2008.
After graduating from the U of S, Richard Dube (BMUSED ’94) started a program to help inner city youth learn to play music. He recieved the 2007 Alumni Excellence in Aboriginal Initiatives Award for his Heart of the CIty program.