Sarah D’Alton, MIR '14, has moved to accept a career opportunity in Calgary, Alberta.
The interdisciplinary nature of the Master of Industrial Relations Program combined with its commitment to professional development provided a challenging and exciting learning environment. The reputation of excellence that the MIR program has established is one that employers recognize. The skills I developed and the knowledge I gained through this program not only prepared me for a career in labour relations but helped me to obtain my dream job as a labour relations consultant in a post-secondary institution.
Sarah D’Alton was the 2014 recipient of the Cameron-Wood Prize in Industrial Relations. This prize is awarded annually to the graduate with the highest academic standing in the MIR program completing within twelve months.