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More than 700 alumni meet again at the university
The Alumni Weekend in April and May brought together in Pamplona the graduating classes that celebrated their 25th and 50th anniversaries, which they had not been able to celebrate due to the pandemic.
16 | 05 | 2022
On 23 April and 14 May, the campus in Pamplona welcomed a total of 768 alumni graduates from the 1970, 1971, 1995 and 1996 graduating classes of the School of Architecture and the Schools Communication, Law, Economics, Nursing, Pharmacy, Science and Philosophy and Letters. This emotional Alumni Weekend brought together graduates who celebrated their 50th and 25th anniversaries in 2020 and 2021 but who, due to health restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic, were unable to celebrate.
The alumni, many of them returning to Pamplona after many years, began the workshop by visiting their Schools or schools. During the visit they were able to enjoy moments of reunion with their classmates and professors, and they recalled their years at the university, visited their classrooms, and got to know in detail the projects on which each School is currently working. A way to see how the University of Navarra works to be at the forefront of academic innovation and to provide a better service to society.
The workshop also featured a central event chaired by president, María Iraburu, and presented by Inés García Paine, President of Alumni-University of Navarra, and Sergi Molas, director of the Alumni Office.
In both meetings, the president addressed the alumni to thank them for their support, "the University of Navarra exists to change the world and the world is changed by people. Professionals like you who work and leave a good mark on society," she said. María Iraburu took the opportunity to present the 2025 Strategy, with special emphasis on the future BIOMA Center, a project that will serve as a bridge between the Sciences, the University and the city.