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Last Lecture

Date: Wednesday, April 3, 2019
Time: 6:30 pm-8:30 pm
Location: E135 and the Humber Concourse (across from the bookstore)

The Last Lecture is an annual evening event where graduating students can reflect upon their experiences, remember their journey, and celebrate their time at the University of Guelph-Humber. The evening will begin with a reception followed by the Last Lecture featuring a speech by a graduating student and alumnus/a, and awards presentation.

Get involved!

Apply to be a Student Speaker
Apply to deliver a 5-10 minute speech at the Last Lecture. The Student Speaker will speak to this year's theme (Celebrate Success), capture the spirit of their class, and be a reflection of the many experiences from the past four years.

Nominate a faculty or staff member for the Outstanding Mentorship Award for their outstanding mentorship an support of University of Guelph-Humber students.

Need more information?

Contact 416-798-1331 ext. 6288 or email life@guelphhumber.ca

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Pictures from the previous Last Lectures

Crowd of students cheering in a concourse. Three students arm in arm smiling and looking into the camera. Five students smiling. Swoop holding an award with students. Group of students dressed in business attire smiling for the camera.Laura Josephs, host of event, at lecture podium. Two students take a selfie Two staff applauding and smiling towards eachother. A student stands and claps George Bragues, business program head, speaking at podium. Students in a crowd engaging with the lecture. Two speakers paired at the podium. Two faculty posing for the camera and exchanging an award. A student accepts an award Two speakers engaging at the podium. Student speaking at podium. Award being presented to a student. Students clapping in a crowd. Students laugh and clap Two faculty members posing with award. Six students stand linked in a line. Staff, faculty and students posing at the front of the Last Lecture room. A Last Lecture speaker addressing the students. Four students smile and pose together