2017 Alumni Award Nominations

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Deadline Approaching: 2017 Alumni Award Nominations

Know an AU alum or soon-to-be-grad who’s making a difference?

Recognizing our students and alumni for reaching milestones in their education, jobs, and communities around the globe — now that’s something we think is worth celebrating.

Nominate a friend, colleague or family member for one of the four 2017 Athabasca University Alumni Awards.

The award categories include: Distinguished Alumni; Rising Star; Future Alumni; and Volunteer Service. These accolades honour the significant achievements and service work provided by former AU students and near-graduates.

The deadline to nominate your candidate is April 30, 2017.

For more information on the awards and to learn how to nominate someone, visit the AU Alumni Awards page or email us.

2016 Alumni Award Winners

Nominations now open. Nominate a friend, colleague or family member for one of the four 2017 Athabasca University Alumni Awards. Athabasca University's 2016 Alumni Award Recipients: [Top L: Hanny Alshazly; Top R: Chris Horn; Bottom L: Kathleen Kelava; Bottom R: Sarah Stephens] [photo credits: Hanny Alshazly photo by Paul Adams, Halifax; rest of photos: by Mclain Swift, Alberta]

Athabasca University’s 2016 Alumni Award Recipients: [Top L: Julie Lys, Distinguished Alumni Award; Top R: Staff Sgt. Jeremie Landry, Rising Star Award; Bottom L: Nina Sangra, Future Alumni Award; Bottom R: Jaqui Empson-Laporte, Volunteer Service Award]

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