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Tonight: EGSS Holiday Party!


See you at the EGSS Holiday Party tonight from 4-7 at Thomson House!

EGSS will be providing snacks and one free drink ticket per EGSS member (graduate students in the Faculty of Education).

Bring a donation and receive one additional drink ticket for a maximum of two drink tickets per EGSS member. The following list of accepted donations will be accepted based on the needs of a local shelter (Welcome Hall).
– Baby wipes
– Diapers
– Winter articles (new)
– Educational toys for toddlers (examples:
– Board games (new or second hand)

Efforts are being made to make this event accessible. If you have accessibility-related questions/requests please contact Elif Wonders (, VP Equity and Diversity. As information concerning accessibility of this event becomes available, it will be updated on the EGSS website and the Facebook event page.

Getting to Thomson: the City of Montreal has prohibited pedestrian traffic on upper McTavish Street, so please use Peel Street to access Thomson House via the Thomson House Trail (3647 Peel). 

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Make a Difference This Holiday Season

Looking for a way to make a difference this holiday season? Welcome Hall is looking for donations for children in their care. A list of helpful donations can be found here: liste-jouets. Drop off your donation at the EGSS Holiday Party on December 1st and receive a free drink ticket!

Mentoring Initiative

DISE will be piloting a new mentoring initiative starting January, 2017. If you are interested in either being a mentor or in being mentored, please contact us and we will do our best to connect you with another DISE graduate student. Contact Erin Reid at

New DISE Graduate Student Association

DISE is currently recruiting for it’s new graduate student association to help plan events and improve student experience. If you are interested, please contact DISE rep. Erin Reid:

Call For Papers!

The Student association of graduate and post-graduate students of the Faculty of Education of the University of Montreal (ACSE) is proud to announce the 9th edition of the Colloque Éducatif Présent! 

Colloque Éducatif Présent! is organized by students, for students. Its overarching mission is to give greater visibility to student research in the field of education. Under the theme “Alternatives voices”, students from across Canada are invited to share the fruit of their labor in a serious academic venue with a rigorous arbitration process by submitting a presentation proposal.

Download the brochure for more information: call_for_papers_2017


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