December 11, 2019
Top nine alumni stories of 2019
We’ve rounded up our most popular posts of the year. Did your favourite make the list?
We’ve rounded up our most popular posts of the year. Did your favourite make the list?By Claire Mastrangelo Office of Advancement
With the New Year fast approaching, it’s time to look back at some of our most popular alumni stories of 2019. Here they are, in no particular order.
Al Aitchison (BMath ’69) takes us back to the 1960s, sharing memories of campus life and the friendships he formed in the Math co-op program.
Catching a flick over the holidays? You might find yourself admiring the work of a Waterloo alumnus.
The co-founder and CEO of Vidyard, Michael Litt (BASc ’11), answers our questions about leadership and entrepreneurial life.
For the very first time, Waterloo produced its Alumni Gold Medals on campus. These awards were created in state-of-the-art labs and given to the University’s top graduating students.
A multi-million dollar gift from alumnus Calvin Choi (BA ’01) and the AMTD Foundation supports talented professionals who are poised to make an impact on the world.
To celebrate fall convocation, we asked our alumni for five words of wisdom for graduating students. We loved your advice.
Alumnus Peter Golem (BASc ’74, MASc ’76) reunites with beloved Engineering professor Park Reilly half a century after graduation.
Gordon T. Finlay (BA ’77) served in parish ministry for 25 years. After he retired in 2008, he started meeting families whose loved ones were living with dementia. He wrote a poem to help those families on their journey.
Tiana Eghdam (GBDA ’18) did everything she could to find an internship, but she had no luck. Then she asked for help online, and everything changed.