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Get to Know Your 2016/2017 EGSS Council!

EGSS Council

Get to know your 2016-2017 EGSS Council! Click here to read our bios. As always, we welcome your feedback and suggestions!

EGSS Election results

The EGSS would like to officially congratulate the following graduate students who were elected for the 2016-2017 EGSS council:

-Elif Wonders, VP Equity
-Janet Amos, VP Communications
-Carole Spakes, VP Finances
-Jessica Insogna, VP Student Life
-Gwenaelle Philibert, ECP representative
-Shalini Sivathasan, Conference Chair
-Paul Gomes, PGSS counsellor
-Mark-Damyan Edwards, PGSS counsellor
-Emilie Michalovic, PGSS counsellor
-Annamaria Otto, KPE representative
-Dorelle Hinton, VP Academic

call for applications: EGSS secretary (paid position)

EGSS is looking for a graduate student* to fill the position of Secretary in the EGSS council. The role of the secretary involves putting together the agenda for council meetings and general assemblies, taking minutes, advising council of meetings dates and times, among others. The secretary will receive an honorarium.

Interested students should submit a statement expressing interest in the position and highlighting previous relevant experience to People identifying as ethno-cultural minorities and from other groups historically marginalized in the University are encouraged to apply.

Deadline: May 6th at noon.

*graduate students from programs at the Faculty of Education will be given priority.



EGSS Elections: Vote today!

Take a minute to show support for your fellow graduate students who are applying for EGSS council positions, and exercise your democratic right by voting in the EGSS General elections.

This is the link: 

Please note that the EGSS General Elections end on Friday April 30th, at 17:00.

DISE grads: join the faculty’s iLead committee


Steven Jordan, the DISE department chair, is forming a search committee for the Faculty’s iLead program (related to educational leadership initiatives). He is looking for one DISE graduate student to join this committee.
If interested, please contact him at

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