Science Student Alumni Mixer

5:30 pm
5:30 pm
Richcraft Hall Atrium

Along with marking Canada’s 150th birthday and Carleton University’s 75th anniversary, 2017 is also the 65th anniversary of Carleton’s Department of Biology, School of Mathematics and Statistics, and Department of Physics, as well as the 70th anniversary of the Department of Chemistry. Join us in celebrating this banner year by attending the Science Student Alumni Mixer during Throwback 2017. All Carleton Faculty of Science alumni, current students, staff and faculty members are invited to this annual signature event.

Registration will take place from 5:30-6:00. From 6:00 to 7:00 pm, a small panel of distinguished alumni will speak about their Carleton experiences, career paths, and future plans. From 7:00 to 8:00 pm, there will be a reception where alumni can reminisce, students can learn more about career options from successful alumni, and new connections can be created.

Student attendees will be entered to win one of five $50 awards to be placed on their Carleton student accounts. Alumni attendees will also be entered to win prizes and Carleton giveaways. 

Free parking is available for all alumni at the underground parking under Richcraft Hall (P16).


Alumni Panelists Include:

Dr. Maria DeRosa

Professor, Department of Chemistry and Institute of Biochemistry, Carleton University

(Ph.D in Chemistry from Carleton University in 2003)


Gail Garland

Chief Executive Officer, Ontario Bioscience Innovation Organization (OBIO®)

(Gail holds a Chartered Director (CDir) designation in governance (McMaster), an MBA from the Rotman School of Management (University of Toronto), and a BSc. (Carleton University))


Chris Perera

President & CEO, Digital Era Media Inc.

(Honours Degree in Computer Science, “Management & Business” from Carleton University in 2005)


Dr. Robert Dent

Physician, Bariatric Centre of Excellence, Ottawa Hospital

(FRCP(C), M.D.C.M from McGill University in 1971 and B.Sc. with Distinction – Chemistry & Mathematics from Carleton University in 1967)


Andrew Low

Senior Technical Staff Member, IBM Cloud, Master Inventor

(Bachelor’s degree – Computer Science from Carleton University in 1994)



For more information please visit Science Student Alumni Mixer Registration.

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