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Equity Initiatives

GSA Equity Strategy

Questions

Questions about the GSA’s Equity Strategy and ongoing initiatives can be directed to the Equity Coordinator: gsa-equity@uwaterloo.ca.

Resources Created, Accomplishments from GSA Advocacy

Read the GSA Land Acknowledgement and see resources for Indigenous students, community members, and for settlers.

QTWELL is an open, drop-in group, for any graduate student is who a sexual and gender minority or identifies as part of the 2SLGBTQ +communities.

GSA Advocacy resulted in UW Campus Wellness creating this resource for graduate students.

This guide is being developed jointly by Indigenous students from the Graduate Students Association, the Office of Research, and the Library. It is intended to help UWaterloo researchers identify Indigenous-related resources that have been marginalized, erased, and ignored because of dominant Western practices in education, scholarship, and library science.

Our goals in creating this guide are to advance decolonization efforts within the Library and highlight Indigenous research, voices, and ways of knowing.

The Writing and Communication Centre (WCC) has a new workshop geared towards graduate students. This informative workshop is designed to teach graduate students about statements of positionality. Statements of positionality are about effectively conveying the relationship between the researcher and the research to the audience.

Last Updated: July 18, 2022

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