Connect and Engage With U Alumni Worldwide
If you would like to organize a club in your country or serve as an international contact, please email Nelly Divricean.
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Join Fellow U Alumni for the 2016 European Reunion
The 2016 European Reunion is May 14-15 in Trier, Germany, and Luxembourg. All University of Utah alumni are invited to attend. Click here to learn more about Trier and here to learn more about Luxembourg.
The U gatherings and official dinner will include special presentations from University leaders sharing news about U developments (more details to come). Other fun activities will include visits to the Porta Nigra (Latin for black gate) in Trier, today the largest Roman city gate north of the Alps. It is designated as part of the Roman Monuments, Cathedral of St. Peter and Church of Our Lady in Trier UNESCO World Heritage Site.
On Sunday, we’ll visit Luxembourg, which has long held a privileged position as an acclaimed European capital not only due to its location in the heart of Europe, but also due to its multilingualism. Cosmopolitan and welcoming, with a population made up of almost 150 different nationalities, the city is a real economic, social and cultural melting pot.
If you have questions about the 2016 European Reunion or other international alumni activities, please contact Nelly Divricean, international alumni relations manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 801-581-8980.
Learn more about past European Reunions here.
Get Involved: More International Alumni Resources
Office of Global Engagement
OGE provides campus-wide leadership and coordination in support of global initiatives, partnerships, and programs.
International alumni can connect U students with global internship opportunities.
Recruit Students Around the World
Whether you're from Canada or Cambodia, join more than 30,000 students at the U who are writing their own story.
Alumni Living in the U.S.
No matter where you live in the United States, you’ll likely find a few other Utah alumni.
From Beijing to Salt Lake City
Raymond Quan, president of the
China Alumni Club, talks about his time
studying law at the U and its friendly
environment for international students
U athletic games on Pac-12 Network—available to watch outside U.S.
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