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Graduate Student Committees

Do you have any ideas or suggestions to make things better? Well here’s your opportunity to voice those ideas, and make a difference in your education.

The School of Social Work is currently recruiting “Student Representatives” to a number of School & University Committees

The time required for these committees is small, but the benefits are great!

Taking part in a School or University Committee is a great way to influence future policy and course curriculum.  It also looks great on a resume!

For more information on these committees, or to sign up as a “Student Representative”

Visit the School of Social Work Office in Kenneth Taylor Hall (KTH),  Room 319  or contact:

Ann Fudge Schormans – Kenneth Taylor Hall (KTH),  Room 309A, ext. 23790 

Darlene Savoy –Kenneth Taylor Hall (KTH),  Room 319, ext. 24596

 

School of Social Work Committees

Graduate Studies Committee

  • Meets monthly in term time.

  • 1 – MSW Student Rep needed
  • 1 – PhD Student Rep needed 

Graduate Admissions Readers

  • 1 meeting in December - then assess files

  • 8 – Readers to assess MSW applications
  • 3 – Readers to assess PhD & Graduate Diploma applications

Anti-Oppression Education Committee

  • Meets at least once a term.

  • Representatives of Circle of Indigenous Social Work Action, Disability Action Group, MAD Students Society, Queer & Trans, United in Colour, and other groups that form in the School and wish to take part.

University Committees

Use Your Voice To Make A Difference

Graduate Curriculum & Policy Committee

  • Meets twice during term time

  • 1 Graduate Student Rep is needed

General Faculty

  • Meets twice ( in Spring & Fall)

  • 1 Graduate Student Rep is needed