|NUCLEAR MEDICINE - Anderson LC (AR01)|
Danielle graduated with a B.Sc. in Physics from the U of S in '08 and is currently working toward her Ph. D. through the Division of Medical Physics, Department of Oncology, at the University of Alberta. During her undergrad, Danielle worked as a summer student at the Canadian Light Source. The experience was rewarding and enriching, and she found it validating to know that the theoretical knowledge and problem solving skills gained in her university classes could be applied to real life, interesting situations.
|HUMAN RIGHTS - Anderson LC (AR12)|
Kjell graduated with a B.A. in International Studies from the U of S in '00, then proceeded to obtain an M.A. in International Affairs from Carleton University in '04, a L.L.M. in International Human Rights Law from Utrecht University in '05, and a Ph.D. in Human Rights from the National University of Ireland in '11. Kjell's favourite aspect of human rights work is having the ability to improve the lives of others in concrete ways. He has done human rights work and research in a wide variety of countries such as Rwanda, Uganda, Bosnia, India, Bangladesh, and Cambodia, and currently works as a Program Manager with The Hague Institute for Global Justice.
|BODY, MIND & MOTION - Bakke LC (KI01)|
Julie graduated with a B.Sc. in Kinesiology from the U of S in '09, then proceeded to obtain a M.Sc in Occupational Therapy from the Univeristy of Alberta in '11. Julie loves people and currently works as an Occupational Therapist with Kinetik Rehabilitation Services in Saskatoon. Through her work as an OT, Julie uses the knowledge obtained from her degrees to help people achieve goals that will allow them to live happier and more fulfilled lives.
|ENGINEERING - Brillon LC (EN01)|
Brittany graduated with a B.Sc. in Civil Engineering from the U of S in '10 and currently works as a Structural Engineer with HATCH in Saskatoon. Brittany's favourite aspect of her work is the everyday design challenges with green and brown field projects, as well as the ability to experience site conditions. Working in an industrial environment, the majority of the challenges she faces are new; she rarely experiences the same problem twice, and she finds it rewarding to challenge and push herself to new limits.
|SENSE OF PLACE - Cameron LC (AR09)|
Allison graduated with a B.Ed. in Secondary Education from the U of S in '01, and has since obtained her Special Education Certificate ('02) and M.Ed in Curriculum Studies ('11) from the U of S. Allison currently works as a teacher in the Saskatoon Public School Dividion at City Park Collegiate and enjoys working with youth and being challenged in different ways every single day. Allison is passionate about healthy lifestyles and the repercussions of leading a life with physical activity and physical education, and incorporates this passion into her work with schools, organizations, and communtiies.
|SOCIAL JUSTICE & THE COMMON GOOD - Carr LC (STM01)|
Veronica graduated with a B.A Honours in Philosophy with a Minor in WGST from the U of S in '12, and will be starting an M.A. at the University of Toronto this fall in the Philosophy stream of the new Humanities, Social Sciences & Social Justice Education program. Veronica is an avid volunteer and has been deeply involved in the Service and Justice Program at St. Thomas More College at the U of S, visiting Honduras in the summer of '11.
|FRENCH CANADA - Cossette LC (AR14)|
Richard graduated with a B.A. in Philosophy from the U of S in '06 and a B.Ed. from the U of S in '08. Richard currently works as a high school teacher at Bedford Road Collegiate Institute in Saskatoon and enjoys building lasting and impacting relationships with local youth from the community. He also enjoys having the opportunity to be continually challenged by new ideas and working in an environment where ongoing learning and risk-taking are rewarded and celebrated.
|FOOD SOVEREIGNTY - Davie LC (AR05)|
Braden graduated with a B.Sc. in Nursing from the U of S in '11 and currently works as an RN on 7.3 Neurossurgery with the Capital District Health Authority in Halifax, N.S.. Many of the patients Braden works with require in-depth assessments and complex nursing interventions; he enjoys all of the challenges associated with being a Registered Nurse.
|ENGINEERING - Desjarlais LC (EN03)|
John completed training to become a Radiation and Environmental Monitoring Technician through SIAST in '01, then moved on to complete a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from the U of S in '11. John currently works as a Maintenance Engineer at Cameco and is working towards a M.B.A. (Masters of Business Administration) with the Edward's School of Business at the U of S. John enjoys helping people and is passionate about motivating and inspiring primary and secondary students to pursue their goals in advanced education.
|READING THE BRAIN - Dosman LC (AR02)|
John graduated with a B.Sc. in Environmental Conservation Sciences from the University of Alberta in '03 and an M.D. at the U of S in '07. John currently works as a Family Physician at the Saskatoon Community Clinic and enjoys interacting with many different people every day. Through his work, he also has the opportunity to explore his interest in the connections between environment and human health.
SUSTAINING HUMAN CULTURE - Durell LC (AR16)
Dana graduated with a B.A. in Archaeology from the U of S in '08 and currently works as an Archaeologist with Western Heritage Services in Saskatoon. The most interesting part of archaeology work for Dana is field work, as he loves to work outside and be physically involved in the aspects of human culture he is studying. He also enjoys linking the past and present, especially in a country as culturally fragmented and broken as Canada.
|ENGINEERING - Forbes LC (EN02)|
Ashley graduated with a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the U of S in '06 and currently works as an Electrical Engineer with SNC-Lavalin in Saskatoon where she enjoys the diversified challenges and enviroments that come with working in consulting engineering. Ashley also serves as the vice chair of the Student Development Committee for the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan, and finds this role between the professional association and students quite rewarding.
|SPORTS LITERATURE & A CULTURE IN MOTION - Fuller LC (KI02)|
Dan graduated with a B.Sc in Kinesiology from the U of S in '05, a M.Sc in Kinesiology from the U of S in '07, and a Ph.D. in Public Health from the University of Montreal in '12. Dan's favorite part of his work is collaborating with researchers from different cities and countries, and thinking and talking about how to research and change population levels of physical activity and reduce social inequalities in health.
|CRITICAL THINKING IN HEALTH CARE - Gough LC (AR04)|
Rachel graduated with a B.A. in Sociology from the U of S in '05, an M.D from the U of S in '09, and currently workis as a Family Physician with Northern Medical Services in Saskatchenwan. In her work as a doctor, Rachel most enjoys the diversity and the people she has the opportunity to work with.
|SOCIETY & IDENTITY - Hamilton LC (AR06)|
Charles graduated with a B.A. in English from the U of S in '09 and currently works as a Journalist with the Star Phoenix and Postmedia News where he enjoys writing and reporting on the things that matter to him and his community. In addition to his work as a journalist, Charles is also the Executive Director of "Tonight It's Poetry", Saskatoon's only weekly poetry series and poetry slam.
|THE HUMAN MIND - Harrison LC (AR08)|
Amy graduated with a B.A. Honours in Psychology from the U of S in '06, a M.Sc. in Psychology from the Universite de Montreal in '08, and is currently working toward her Ph.D. in Neuroscience at McMaster University. Amy's favourite aspect of her work as a Ph.D. student is constantly being challenged to learn something new - a new technology, methodology, analysis method - and to look at things from new angles, often outside her field of study.
|CULTURAL EVOLUTION & DIVERSITY - Huynh LC (AR13)|
Denise graduated with a B.A. in Archaeology with a Minor in Historical Studies from the University of Calgary in '02, and an M.A. in Archaeology from the U of S in '10. Denise currently works as an Archaeologist with Lifeways of Canada, and is also a sessional lecturer at the U of S. She appreciates how archaeology allows for a tangible link to the pasts, and enjoys experiencing and sharing this connection with others. Denise also really enjoys doing archaeological fieldwork. While it can be very physically demanding, she loves how it allows her to test and exceed her physical limits, visit new places, meet new people, and work with a team.
|HEALTH SCIENCES & ACRICULTURE AND BIORESOURCES - Kernaleguen LC (AB02)|
Victor graduated with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the U of S in '08 and runs his own Veterinary business, Gateway Veterinary Medicine, in Melfort, Saskatchewan. Victor's favourite aspect of his work is the constant change of situation, and the challenge to adapt and deal with each situation individually. He also enjoys the challenge of being his own boss and owning his own business.
|SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES - Malo LC (AB01)|
Lisa graduated with a B.S.A. from the U of S in '11 and is currently an M.Sc. Candidate in the Department of Plant Sciences at the U of S. Lisa loves the flexibility of her work and the constant learning involved with doing new things and learning about her project. Along with her research, she also gets to go to conferences and workshops and gain experience and knowledge about other exciting things in the plant science community. On top of that, she enjoys the travel opportunities that often arise.
|ABORIGINAL STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM - Netmaker LC (ASAP02)|
Kendal graduated with a B.Ed. and B.A. in Native Studies from the U of S in '11 and is the owner of Neechie Gear, a purpose-driven clothing company (which has won a numbe of provinvial and national awards) that is outfitting young athletes across Canada and promoting the positive aspects of sports among youth. Kendal has enjoyed the journey of creating his own company and seeing it grow.
|ABORIGINAL STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM - Omeasoo LC (ASAP03)|
Omeasoo graduated with a B.A in History from the U of S in '05, an M.A from the University of Ottawa in '08, and is currently a Ph. D. candidate in the Department of History at the U of S. Omeasoo loves working with students and the communities she does research with. To her, there is nothing more satisfying than having a good conversation where both people learn something novel and interesting.
|ABORIGINAL STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM - Pratt LC (ASAP01)|
Dawn graduated with a B.Sc. in Chemistry from the University of Regina in '03, an M.Sc. in Chemistry from the U of S in '11, and currently works as a Senior Engagement Advisor, Aboriginal Relations, with the Nuclear Waste Management Organization. Dawn's favorite aspect of her work is having the opportunity to inform and engage/dialogue with various types of people and communities about nuclear waste management. She also likes traveling to various places and learning about the nuclear waste management challenges facing Canada and other countries around the world.
|STORYTELLING AS TEACHINGS - Rope LC (AR10)|
Derek graduated with a B.Ed. from the U of S in '11 and currently works as part of the Aboriginal Engagement team with BHP Billiton.
|GENDER, CULTURE & DIVERSITY - Santoro LC (AR07)|
Anthony graduated with a B.Ed. from the U of S in '09 and is currently working toward an M.Ed. at the U of S. When working as a teacher, Anthony's favourite aspect of his work was the students he taught. He became a teacher because he love learning and sharing what he's learned.
|THE GOLOBAL ECONOMY - Tekin LC (AR15)|
Serife graduated with a B.Sc. in Economics with a Minor in Philosophy from the Middle East Technical University in '02, an M.A. in Philosophy from the U of S in '04, a Ph.D. in Philosophy from York University in '10, and is currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Center for Philosophy of Science, University of Pittsburgh.
|MODELING THE WORLD - Vermeulen LC (AR03)|
Lee graduated with a B.Sc. in Computer Science from the U of S in '09 and currently works as a Programmer with Alientrap Games Inc. in Saskatoon. According to Lee,the most enjoyable part of developing smaller games is coming up with gameplay ideas and mechanics, and prototyping these and figuring out what works; trying to make something challenging, accessible to players, and cinematic and aestheticly interesting. The games Lee creates are currently all PC based, so he really enjoys having a final say over what the final product is and how it's released.
|GLOBALIZATION & BIOTECHNOLOGY - Wigness LC (AR17)|
Merek graduated with a B.Sc. Honours in Biochemistry from the U of S in '97 and currently works as a Senior Plant Molecular Biology Technician with Agriculture and Agrifood Canada. Merek enjoys the cutting-edge research involved with his job, which incorporates cool techniques such as confocal microscopy, qPCR, and protein engineering.