Alumni Events Calendar

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Please note: All College affiliated in-person events are postponed until further notice in response to COVID-19. The Alumni Engagement Office is actively creating virtual programming and events to support our alumni, parents and friends. Please check back often as we continue to update our engagement opportunities.

Unable to attend? All of our past webinars and virtual events have been saved in our Virtual Events Archive.

If you have an idea for a virtual event for our St. Mike’s family, we’d love to hear it! Please email with event ideas or questions.


April 2021

Career Conversations for the Life Sciences (Thursday, April 8th)
Are you interested in a career in healthcare, environmental health, conservation, biotechnology or biological research?  Join recent alumni in these careers, along with other Biology, Biochemistry, Neuroscience, Health Science, Environmental Science and Public Health majors for Career Conversations for the Life Sciences.  You will have an opportunity to talk with alumni and others to hear about their pathway to their current career.  Learn about the day in the workplace for a Physician Assistant, a hospital administrator, a conservation biologist, or a biotech researcher. The next conversation is Thursday, April 8th at 6:00 pm ET: Allison Bergeron ’16, PA graduate student at Eastern Virginia Medical School. Register for these discussions by following this link.

Life After Knights (Monday, April 12)
Alumni and current students are invited to network and learn through a virtual career conversation with former student athletes. Panelists include: Morgan Johnston ’19 (Assistant Account Executive at Matter Communications), Matt Mosher ’20 (Research Assistant at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center), Megan Reid ’20 (Second Grade Teacher at Berkshire Elementary School), and Zaire Williams ’16 (Founder & Brand Engineer at XCLSV). Register to attend by emailing

May 2021

Spring SMC Reads with Loung Ung ’93 (Wednesday, May 19)
Join award-winning author and activist Loung Ung ’93 for an exclusive SMC Reads webinar. She will discuss her third autobiography, Lulu in the Sky: A Daughter of Cambodia Finds Love, Healing, and Double Happiness. Lulu in the Sky is the final installment of Ung’s trilogy that began with her critically acclaimed debut, First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers (made into a Netflix film in 2017) and the follow-up, Lucky Child. RSVP to this exclusive webinar here.