Alumni/Industry Lecture series
Many IntSci undergrads want to hear about opportunities available to them after graduation.
We are planning to hold some alumni/industry events in 2014/2015. If you would like to participate in one of these events please let us know. The 1st event, 'What Drives us to Drink' by alumnus Andrew Haack will be held on November 6th 2014 at 12:30 in LSK 200. The goal of the series is to facilitate networking between IntSci alumni and current IntSci students.
Imagine Day 2015
We plan to connect IntSci alumni with current Integrated Sciences students through an Alumni panel on Imagine Day, Sept 8th 2015 at around 1:30PM in LSK 200. The goal of the panel is for current students to learn what IntSci graduates have accomplished since graduation. This event will allow IntSci alum to connect with and inspire the next generation of Integrated Sciences students. To volunteer to be a panelist, contact the IntSci office email@example.com with a brief description of your career path.
How the panel will run:
The session will start with brief biographical presentations by alumni. Then, we open up for Q&A with the audience. Following the panel, there's opportunities to mingle with the panelists and current students while enjoying some light snacks and beverages.
Mentor IntSci students
Many IntSci students want feedback on their Integrated Sciences applications by professionals working in their fields of interest. Many of these communications can occur over e-mail. If you are willing to help mentor an IntSci student please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact info and professional field. We will then put you in contact with a current IntSci student.
Share your story!
We are proud of the achievements of all of our alumni and would like to highlight these on our website. We welcome your stories, experiences and achievements whether within Integrated Sciences or since graduation. These stories are often inspirational to students who are still discovering where they would like to direct their studies and what they would like to do afterwards.