The Last Lecture (April 3)

flat_icons-graficheria.it-06On April 3rd, at 6:00pm, Student Life Programs will be hosting the Third Annual Last Lecture at the Sears Atrium in the Sears Atrium (3rd Floor) in the George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre! – #RoadFromRyerson 

What is The Last Lecture?

The concept of a Last Lecture became internationally known when Dr. Randy Pausch gave his Last Lecture Speech on September 18th, 2007 at Carnegie Mellon, a University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylania. The Last Lecture Series asks a Faculty Speaker to answer one question in the form of an engaging public lecture:

“If this were your last time to address a group of students, what would you say to them?”

Last Lecture has since become a tradition at universities around the world and we are proud to have this tradition now at Ryerson!

2017 Last Lecture Speakers:

Graduating Student: Nimra Akhtar, Global Management, 4th Year
Graduating Student: Julia Wittmann, Media Production, 4th Year
Ryerson Alumnus: Brock Groombridge, Alumnus, Radio and Television 2009
Faculty Member: Jessica Langer, Creative Industries Professor, FCAD

Alumni Panel:
Mahmoud Shoblaq, Public Health, 2012
Kaushiga Pirabarahan, Chemistry, 2015
Sabrina Gomez Vila, Aerospace Engineering, 2016
Alyssa Bertram, Psychology, 2013

There will be free food available and an opportunity to network with your peers, Ryerson staff and faculty!

For more information, please contact:

Zaman Ishaad, Transition and Events Assistant in Student Life Programs at zishaad@ryerson.ca.
Andrew Bisnauth, Orientation and Events Specialist in Student Life Programs at abisnaut@ryerson.ca.

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