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Liberal Education? From boardrooms to classrooms, hospitals, laboratories, farms, galleries, small towns, big cities and beyond, uLethbridge alumni are changing the world. Here are a few: Will Lowry (BSc ’11, BEd ’16)

Linda Shi (BFA - Art ’15)

Frazer Sloan (BMgt ’16)

A mature student, married with six children, Will Lowry returned to uLethbridge for his second degree and to become a teacher.

After graduating from uLethbridge last year with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Linda Shi is off to earn her master’s degree in architecture at UCLA in California.

“I went back to university because I wanted to combine my math and carpentry background and show kids Career and Technology Studies is an important stream of education.” Now teaching in southern Alberta, Will says his teaching internship gave him the skills and confidence to run his own classroom.

“I want to study architecture because I want to design meaningful buildings and create a positive impact on people’s lives,” she says. “My fine arts background strengthens my interest in design and will provide a fantastic foundation for my future in architecture.”

Frazer was one of 10 business students in Canada to receive the prestigious Futures Fund Scholarship. Before graduating, Frazer accepted a position with The Boston Consulting Group (the #3 employer in 2016, according to Fortune Magazine).

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“What makes me shine is knowing I’ve found my purpose in life and I’m working in a career I love.”

“My program prepared me for the challenging interviews and my extracurricular experiences provided me with the leadership and technical experience that set me apart,” he says. ulethbridge.ca/future-student/frazer

Kim Veldman (BN ’14)

Second-year MSc student | Major: Nursing As an undergraduate nursing student at uLethbridge, Kim excelled in the classroom and on the court (she made Pronghorn women’s basketball history as the all-time leading rebounder and second leading scorer). Today, she’s a graduate student at uLethbridge working toward a new goal: becoming a clinical instructor of nursing students and inspiring the next generation of nurses. ulethbridge.ca/future-student/kim

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