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Wilfrid Laurier University Faculty of Arts
October 31, 2014

Canadian Excellence

What are our Alumni doing now?



Watch our Alumni Stories video to see what some of our alumni have to say about the value of an Arts degree.


Meet some of our other alumni:

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"My education in Communication Studies prepared me to begin my career in a rapidly changing world as a strong critical thinker and a creative strategist able to adapt to a profession in constant flux. My broad-based knowledge of some of the most dynamic forces shaping contemporary culture was extremely marketable when I was applying for jobs, and I signed a contract before I graduated."

Meagan Suckling, '12, Honours Communication Studies

Marketing and Communications Coordinator, Queen's University



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"Global Studies has taught me to be adaptable and has inspired me to keep working to change my world. I travel worldwide to recruit international students for Laurier. At Future of Africa, an NGO that I developed and currently direct, I invest in the education of underprivileged children and youth in Ghana."

T.K. Azaglo, '11, Honours Global Studies and Political Science

International Recruitment and Admissions Coordinator, Laurier International


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"My degree in Medieval Studies undoubtedly prepared me for my future studies and career. The unique courses that were offered sparked my interest and encouraged me to pursue a career in museums and education."

Christine Girardi, '09, Honours History and Medieval Studies

Assistant Curator, Niagara Falls Museums



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"The Sociology program provided me with the background necessary to understand the 'larger picture' of the families that the Ontario Early Years Centres serve in order to help us better meet their needs. The research methods courses also gave me the skills that I use every day in conducting research on children's school-readiness and other socio-demographic trends."

Amy Romagnoli, '07, '09, Honours Sociology and Women and Gender Studies, MA Sociology

Data Analysis Coordinator, YMCA Ontario Early Years Centre