Alumni Events

Throughout the year there will be a number of events that gather together alumni, and sometimes students and faculty, for mingling and networking opportunities.

The moment you are accepted into your program at the School of Public Health, you become a member of our alumni community.

The School of Public Health hosts several events and networking sessions throughout the year for our alumni in Edmonton, Alberta and throughout Canada. We encourage all of our alumni to reconnect with classmates, make new memories and rekindle school spirit at our events.

All alumni, students and incoming students living in or visiting the greater Toronto area are invited to a documentary screening, talk and reception hosted by University of Alberta Alumni Relations on Monday, April 29.

The documentary, directed by Glynis Whiting (EDB ‘81) and entitled, “Journey home: A dialysis story,” follows two men in British Columbia as they take control of their health care and lives.

The screening will be immediately followed by a talk featuring Stephanie Montesanti, assistant professor, School of Public Health, entitled, “6 ways to transform the patient experience.” She will discuss how we can transform the patient journey to support diversity, inclusion and culturally competent care.

The evening will begin and end with a reception where you will have an opportunity to mix, mingle and enjoy refreshments.

Textile Museum of Canada
55 Centre Ave
Toronto, Ontario

Reception – 5:30 p.m.
Documentary screening – 6:15 p.m.
Talk featuring Stephanie Montesanti – 7 p.m.
Reception continues – 7:30 p.m.

If you have any questions please contact Rachel Harper at

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All School of Public Health alumni, students and incoming students living in the Ottawa area or those attending the Canadian Public Health Association annual conference are invited to a networking event on Wednesday, May 1.

Meet our dean, learn about new initiatives in the School, and reconnect with colleagues and friends. 

Restaurant e18hteen
18 York St
Ottawa, ON
Event begins at 6:30 p.m.

If you have any questions please contact Rachel Harper at Seating is limited.

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