Alumnus Evan Peters Finds Success in Corporate World
Evan Peters, BA'12, is the Director of Information Technology for the Saint John Transportation group of companies at JD Irving Ltd.
Alumna Lauren York Puts Liberal Arts Degree to Work in IT Sector
Lauren York, BA'13, didn’t plan to end up in the IT sector after she graduated with a BA in Psychology and Gerontology, but she said the interpersonal skills she gained at STU were an asset in a field dominated by Business and Engineering degrees.
Recipe for Success: Alum Jennifer Crawford Wins MasterChef Canada
STU alum Jennifer Crawford (BA’03) was the last chef standing on this season's MasterChef Canada.
Recipients of 2019 Carolyn Layden-Stevenson Distinguished Alumni Awards Announced
St. Thomas University is honouring the achievements of master stained-glass artist Ned Bowes, author and educator Sheree Fitch, and author and senator David Adams Richards with the Carolyn Layden-Stevenson Distinguished Alumni Award.
Brittany Stairs, BA'13, is guiding women through their healthcare as they transition from pregnancy to motherhood. The STU alumna is a midwife in British Columbia, and she is excited to be part of this re-surging profession.
Recent Grad, Professor Published in Supreme Court Law Review
Matthew LeBlanc, BA'18 and Dr. Tom Bateman of the Department of Political Science co-authored an article titled “Dialogue on Death: Parliament and Courts on Medically-Assisted Dying” which was published in the Supreme Court Law Review and Assisted Death: Legal, Social, and Ethical Issues after Carter.
STU Grads Selected as Venture for Canada Fellows
Andrea Lopez, of El Salvador, and Jimy Beltran, of Venezuela, were selected from hundreds of applicants to join Venture for Canada—a not-for-profit that recruits and trains top graduates to work with startups across the country.
Creativity and an Open Mind Key to Success for Alumnus Jacob Lingley
Lingley began work with Brilliant Labs—a not-for-profit, hands-on technology and experiential learning organization based in Atlantic Canada.