This year’s free standup reception with a mix and mingle style was well attended and a great opportunity to meet new friends and catch up with old friends.
A short Friends’ Annual General Meeting was conducted, with Kate presenting a year end review and Matthew presenting the Treasurer’s report.
The highlights of the past year include the $10,000 Graduate Student Award.
The election of the executive positions for 2018-19 was completed as follows: The Friends elect Kate Freeman as President, Luca Vanzella as Vice President, Matthew Sharp as Treasurer, Ken Regan as Secretary.
Thanks to our guest speaker Steven Penney, for introducing us to the legal issues around digital devices and reasonable expectation of privacy.
The Friends look forward to bringing you more opportunities this summer and into the fall.
The Friends of the University of Alberta Society invites you to our public Annual General Meeting (AGM) at The Faculty Club, 11435 Saskatchewan Drive (U of A Campus) on Wednesday, May 30, 2018, from 5:00 – 6:30pm.
Our guest speaker will be Steven Penney, professor from the Faculty of Law who will speak about “Privacy, Security, and Encryption: Regulating Law Enforcement Access to Digital Devices”.
The Friends are hosting the AGM this year with a new format. The evening will consist of the evening’s AGM business, our guest speaker and opportunity to meet other Friends over refreshments and appetizers.
Please join us for an evening to celebrate our 2017 accomplishments and what we envision for 2018. Please reserve your free tickets here.
Doors open at 4:45pm.
Over 100 friends joined us for the 2018 edition of the Henry Marshall Tory Lecture. The talk was insightful and we received a lot of positive feedback. We consider it a huge success. Thank you to The Right Honourable Kim Campbell and all the attendees. We look forward to planning future opportunities to engage the community with the University of Alberta.
The 2018 edition of the Henry Marshall Tory Lecture, presented by The Friends of the University of Alberta will feature The Right Honourable Kim Campbell on the topic Preparing 21st Century Leaders.
The lecture will be Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 6:30pm to 9pm at the TELUS Lecture Theatre in the TELUS Centre located at 11104 87 Ave NW, Edmonton.
This is a free event, with limited capacity; You can reserve your seat via this EventBrite link.
Join us for an evening of insights from Ms. Campbell, followed by engaging questions and answers time.
We look forward to seeing you,
Friends of the University of Alberta