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Are you passionate about the conservation of historic places, landscapes, or artifacts? Does the interaction between people and places, culture and nature intrigue you? How about history and heritage resources—or digging around in the dirt, through time, to understand the past?

If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these, you might want to attend a monumental event related to Our Past.

AU’s Heritage Resources Management Program (HRM) is celebrating its upcoming 10th anniversary—and YOU’RE INVITED!

When: 5 p.m., Thurs., Oct. 1, 2015

Where: Musée Heritage Museum, St. Albert Place

Join HRM to commemorate a successful decade delivering distance education in the distinctive field of heritage resources management.

Meet other students, alumni and professionals from the field. Learn more about our program and see if it might be a fit for you. We’re part of a profession that has evolved considerably over the last decade. That growth and vitality shows by our new and broadened course curriculum for learners who continue to register in HRM classes from across the country.

So join us to mark the past by raising a glass to HRM’s exciting future!

The celebratory reception will include remarks from Dean Veronica Thompson, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, HRM Program Director Dr. Shabnam Inanloo, and HRM alumni members. Refreshments will be served. (Invitations are limited so if you are interested in attending, please contact our events office at by Fri., Sept. 25, 2015.)

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