OPPORTUNITIES TO GET INVOLVED IN THE GSA
There are lots of ways to get involved and make a contribution to graduate student life here at Brock. Annual Executive Council Elections are held in April each year. The attached lists the job descriptions and expectations for the GSA Executives, Senators, Board of Trustees Member and the Program Representatives.
Please consider representing your department on the GSA Council as a Program Representative. Nomination forms can be dropped off at the GSA Office (MC C302) for 2015-16 Program Reps. Program reps must be available to attend the monthly GSA Council meetings (see 2015-16 schedule), and communicate regularly with their departments.
The GSA also works hard to ensure that the graduate voice is heard on the many committees that meet here at the university. Volunteer Committee positions will be posted here on the website, and we also keep an updated list of students interested in serving on committees in the office. Just send your name, program information and contact info to firstname.lastname@example.org. The attached lists some of the committees that Graduate students are involved in.
Mapping the New Knowledges Graduate Student Research Conference at Brock - April 2015 - Poster Presentation by Aidan Smyth.
Mapping the New Knowledges Graduate Student Research Conference at Brock - April 2014
Mapping the New Knowledges Graduate Student Research Conference at Brock - April 2013
Spring 2013 Social at Isaac's
GSA Food & Toy Drive - December 2013
Run or Dye Charity Fundraiser - Sept 2013
Congratulations to the Earth Science Team - Winners of the GSA Soccer Tournament - June 2013
GSA Curling Night - March 2014 - see story!
The GSA Semi-Formal and Silent Auction, held on Oct 25/13, raised over $3,400 for Wellspring Niagara, a local cancer support organization. Jory Korobanik and Leslie Nash present the donation - see story.
Three generations of GSA Presidents!
Kiel Ormerod, Lee Belding & Jory Korobanik
President's Surgite Award
2014 President's Surgite Award Winners! Click to see more at Brock News.