Humanities and Social Sciences Graduate Student Council

About the Humanities and Social Sciences Graduate Student Council

The Humanities and Social Sciences Graduate Student Council was created in the 2014-15 academic year, with representatives from each Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences graduate program. The functions of the Council are:

  • To represent Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences graduate students’ interests to the University administration and other organizations, particularly the GSU, both on and off campus;
  • To represent the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences graduate students’ interests to the Humanities and Social Sciences Grad Coordinators;
  • To provide Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences graduate students with an educational, social and cultural organization;
  • To foster contact and communication among Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences graduate and undergraduate students;
  • To generate positive exposure for Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences graduate students within and outside the university community;
  • To create a positive image of Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and showcase the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences’ research on campus.

Humanities and Social Sciences Graduate Student Council Constitution and By-Laws

Humanities and Social Sciences Graduate Student Council Minutes

 

2016-17 Humanities and Social Sciences Graduate Student Council members

  • Samantha Breslin, Anthropology
  • Meghan Walley, Archaeology
  • Robert Dibartolomeo, Classics
  • Md Omer Khayyam, Economics
  • Collin Campbell, English
  • Jing Xia / Sara Pun, Ethnomusicology
  • Emma Tennier-Stuart, Folklore
  • Samantha Bokma, Gender Studies
  • Robert Deering, Geography
  • Katherine Saunders / Michael Westcott, History
  • Tanya Nielson, IDPHD
  • Mariana Hernandez Hernandez, Linguistics
  • Kelly Brewer-Balch, MER
  • Natasha Farrell, Department of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures
  • Mark Brefo, MPHIL
  • Zachary Fouchard, Philosophy (January - September 2017); Shannon O'Rourke (October- December 2016)
  • Brandon Ellis, Political Science
  • Eli Mason, Religious Studies
  • Elahe Nezhadhossein, Sociology

 

2015-16 Humanities and Social Sciences Graduate Student Council members

  • Samantha Breslin, Anthropology
  • VACANT, Archaeology; Anatolijs Venovcevs (October 2015-May 2016)
  • Bethany Paul, Classics
  • Celestina Akuffo-Ojegba, Economics
  • Melanie Hurley, English
  • Sara Pun, Ethnomusicology; (representative from Ethnomusicology program added to the Council in 2015-16)
  • Emma Tennier-Stuart, Folklore
  • Gaston Letourneau, French& Spanish
  • Samantha Bokma, Gender Studies; (Lesley Derraugh October 2015-April 2016)
  • Sharmane Allen, Geography
  • Tibor Devai, German and Russian
  • Michael Westcott, History; (Emma Lang, October 2015-March, 2016)
  • VACANT, Interdisciplinary PhD; (Stephen Jackson, October 2015 - May 2016)
  • Mariana Hernandez Hernandez, Linguistics
  • Kelly Brewer-Balch, Master of Employment Relations
  • VACANT, M.Phil (Humanities); Steve Kiraly (October 2015 - May 2016)
  • Shannon O'Rourke, Philosophy
  • Haley Kenney and Steve Sutherland, Political Science
  • Eli Mason, Religious Studies
  • Elahe Nezhadhossein, Sociology; (Gary Catano, September - December, 2015)

2014-15 Humanities and Social Sciences Graduate Student Council members

  • Michael Oman-Reagan, Anthropology
  • Anatolijs Venovcevs, Archaeology
  • Classics (no representative)
  • George Kubantsev, Economics
  • Melanie Hurley, English
  • Andrea McGuire, Folklore
  • Gaston Letourneau, French and Spanish
  • Lesley Derraugh, Gender Studies
  • Sharmane Allen, Geography
  • Gabriel Piller, German and Russian
  • Emma Lang, History
  • Tanya Nielson, Interdisciplinary PhD
  • Mariana Hernandez Hernandez, Linguistics
  • Tina Mulroney, Master of Employment Relations
  • Steve Kiraly, M.Phil (Humanities)
  • Shannon O'Rourke, Philosophy
  • Lucy MacDonald, Political Science
  • Eli Mason, Religious Studies
  • Gary Catano, Sociology