University of Saskatchewan calling for nominations for Alumni Achievement Awards

University of Saskatchewan alumni do more than obtain a job after graduation—they go on to change the world.

With 64,000 alumni throughout Saskatchewan and 138,000 worldwide, our alumni are making great strides in every corner of the globe. Take Edward Hudek, BSA '40, a 2011 Alumni Achievement Award recipient who farmed in Hafford, Saskatchewan, before moving on to a high-profile career in teaching and government.

The Alumni Achievement Awards are designed to recognize graduates of the University of Saskatchewan for excellence, leadership and innovation in their achievements and contributions to the social, cultural, and economic well-being of society. The University of Saskatchewan is looking for nominations in two categories:

1.The Alumni Achievement Award, open to any University of Saskatchewan graduate

2.The Young Alumni Achievement Award, open to any University of Saskatchewan graduate who is under the age of 40

U of S alumni can be nominated for their success and contributions in fields such as Aboriginal initiatives; agriculture; the arts; athletics, sports, and wellness; business and industry; community leadership; education; occupations or professions; philanthropy; public service; research; and/or, volunteer service.


Recipients will be recognized through an "Honouring our Alumni" event on November 2 at the Delta Bessborough Hotel in Saskatoon.

The nomination deadline is June 29, 2012. Please visit for more information and to nominate candidates.

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