Intelligence plus character—that is the goal of true education.
—Martin Luther King Jr.
A message to graduates from the Faculty of Arts & Science Dean's Office

Kalli Eagle Speaker (BASc '21)

When COVID hit, Kalli Eagle Speaker (BASc ‘21) spent hours in her living room, carefully picking up beads with her needle, transforming each individual bead into beautiful patterns on cloth. In a stressful and unprecedented time, for Kalli, beadwork is a destressing tool, a way of honouring her heritage and connecting with family.

Liam Devitt (BA '21)

Liam Devitt (BA ‘21) (they/them) is graduating this year with honours, a major in history and a minor in women & gender studies (WGST).

Think about what you can do to improve the lives of those around you and seek transformative change.
Liam Devitt (BA ‘21) graduates this year with a legacy of queer activism and oral history experience

Haley Shade (BSc '21)

“Oki, nitankoowa Omahkamootstakii. My Blackfoot name is on Omah’kamootstakii which in English means ‘big victory.’ My English name is Haley.” Haley Shade (BSc ‘21) grew up with grandparents fluent in the Blackfoot language. They encouraged Haley to integrate Blackfoot words into her conversation and embrace her heritage. “I think this will be useful in my medical career, working with elders and community members who speak Blackfoot as their first language,” she explains. Haley will be attending the Cumming School of Medicine at the University of Calgary (UCalgary) next fall after receiving three separate medical school offers.

Haley Shade (BSc ‘21) kept her end goal in sight and received three offers to medical school

Medal Winners

Distinguishing themselves among the many outstanding graduates are the Faculty of Arts & Science's medal winners for 2021. Learn more about Grace, Jhanvi and Janelle via the links below.

Janelle Bykowski (BSc '21), Silver Medal of the Governor General (Undergraduate)

Co-op Alumni

Throughout their undergraduate degrees, these students explored work-integrated learning (WIL) opportunities through the Career Bridge Office. A degree from the University of Lethbridge, combined with their WIL experiences have set them up for a fantastic future, no matter where life takes them.

Shining Students

In the past several months we have profiled many exceptional Shining Students. Six of them are in the Class of 2021!!  Learn more about their uLethbridge experience below.

Stay in Touch

We are excited about your future and want to continue to follow your story. Please do stay in touch! We love nothing more than getting an unexpected update from one of our alumni.

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And be sure to keep your contact information up to date with Alumni Relations! It helps us all stay connected and the folks in Alumni Relations have all sorts of benefits and events to keep you involved in the uLethbridge family.

Traditional walk up the hill (2019) led by Convocation Chief Marshal, Dr. Olu Awosoga