Show that you're a Western graduate with your own @alumni.uwo.ca email address! Western offers Email For Life through Google's award-winning Gmail service. And it's free! It's one of the ways to make your Western connection work for you. Our special education partnership with Google means less spam, plenty of space and access from anywhere. To register for your Western Alumni Email For Life, visit HERE.
We have over 27,000 Arts and Humanities (formerly called Arts) alumni who have pursued varied paths and careers all over the world. We hope you will keep connected and interested in happenings on campus and in Alumni branches near you. Tell us what you are up to and share your accomplishments with fellow UWO alumni. To register as a Western Alumni, go HERE. Or if you are already registered, sign in HERE to tell your story.
Western Arts and Humanities grads are employed in exciting and diverse fields all over the globe. To read about some of our notable Arts and Humanities alumni visit HERE.
As an Arts and Humanities graduate, what can you do with your degree? You know better than anyone: there's nothing you can't do. We're launching a new Job Shadow program for 3rd & 4th year Arts & Humanities students, in partnership with The Student Success Centre. We'd love to have you participate!
We are looking for alumni who are excited to host one of Western's best and brightest Arts & Humanities students in a 1-day job shadow experience. As a job shadow host, you will contribute to the Arts & Humanities undergraduate student experience, and you will help improve students' chances of successful post-graduation employment. Hosting a student may involve a number of activities, including: introducing your job, discussing your role and responsibilities, giving a tour of your workplace, providing networking opportunities with your colleagues, bringing the student to a meeting and letting him/her observe your daily routine.
You may choose to host one or more students, and the timing is flexible. The job shadow experience will take place in March 2013 on a day that is mutually agreeable to yourself and the student(s). The Faculty of Arts & Humanities and The Student Success Centre will prepare students for professional workplace behaviour, and provide you with additional resources to make the experience successful. Please contact Jessica Schagerl, Alumni & Development Officer for more information.
The award-winning Senior Alumni Program is the largest and longest running program in Canada.
The lectures feature leading research and teaching at Western and have been providing alumni lifelong learning opportunities for 34 years.
Lectures take place in the McKellar Room on the second floor of the University Community Centre at The University of Western Ontario. For more information and a complete listing of events and activities visit HERE.
Homecoming 2013 will be a weekend packed with fun and celebrations! Each year, thousands of Western alumni return to London and to Western to catch up with friends, revisit the campus, take part in many events and enjoy Western’s rich and vibrant community. Be a part of this unique experience, rally your classmates and plan to attend. Come home and celebrate Homecoming 2013 - we guarantee you will be a part of Canada’s best Homecoming experience!
For details on Homecoming events and activities visit HERE.
For a complete listing of Alumni events in your area visit HERE.