Spring convocation at UAlberta begins on June 1, with a ceremony at the Augustana campus in Camrose. From then until June 11, the entire University of Alberta community will be celebrating the achievements of the Class of 2014.
We want you to share your stories.
Whether you’re a student about to graduate, or a proud parent, family member and friend, we want you to share your images, videos, tweets and stories with us on social media.
Use the #UAlberta14 hashtag.
If you use the #UAlberta14 hashtag on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook (public updates), YouTube, Tumblr, Google Plus or other social media sites, we’ll be able to collect your stories for our Storify page, which will be featured on our convocation website (here’s our Storify page from the fall).
That about covers it, except for one last thing: CONGRATULATIONS!!!
The original masthead for The Folio, from September 1, 1964.
After almost 50 years and over 1700 issues, the last print edition of what is now just called Folio was published today. University Relations will be exploring a number of options for expanding online delivery of internal campus communications, and archived versions of the newspaper dating back to 1964 are available on the Peel’s Prairie Provinces website.
Below is an image of the paper’s last Back Page.
Are you graduating this spring? Did a member of the UAlberta community make a difference in your time at school? A teacher, coach, staff member, donor, or some other mentor who gave you support and inspired you to do great things? If so, we’d like to write about you both!
Drop us a line or two about your story at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your contact information so the UAlberta story team can get back to you.
Convocation is an extraordinary moment in every student’s life. It is the culmination of years of perseverance and hard work, and the commencement of a brand new journey. We’d love to hear about your experiences as a student, the impact a teacher, coach or mentor made in your life, as well as your plans for the future.