The final alumni feature of the 2019-2020 school year is Lisa Maldonado, a Spanish graduate and current Editor for the United Nations in Nairobi, Kenya!
Today we are featuring 1999 English graduate Chantalle Asselin, a yoga instructor here in Guelph!
Simone Dalton has been named the winner of the $10k RBC Taylor Emerging Writer Prize
Today's #WhereAreTheyWednesday features 2011 Theatre Studies graduate Gabriella Sundar Singh, who is pursuing her career as a Dancer/Actor/Singer!
Today's alumni feature is on 2014 Fine Art and Art History graduate and current Video Game 3D Environment Artist, Kassondra Krahn!
In today's Where Are They Wednesday, we are following up with a previous alumni feature - Rachael Bell-Irving!
Many wonderful things have been written about Alan McKenzie’s life and legacy, and there is no doubt he leaves behind a hole in the hearts of all those who knew him, especially his loving family and friends. Alan will also be remembered here at Guelph with no small degree of fondness. As a founding member and former President of the Scottish Studies Foundation, he has been instrumental in the development and success of Guelph’s Centre for Scottish Studies. He played a key role in organizing the endowment for the university’s Chair of Scottish Studies, without which there would be no Centre and likely no Scottish Studies at the University. As a result of Alan’s dedication and unceasing support, our Centre has been firmly established as the foremost research centre of its kind in North America. Our activities are the legacy of Alan and his fellow SSF members, who believe in our purpose and mandate to research, write, and instill others with our love of Scottish Studies. [continue reading full memorial]