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Join Council!

The GSA-UW is looking for graduate students to represent their fellow peers as a departmental councillor on the GSA-UW Council. Having one student from each department on Council ensures that all departments are being fairly represented and heard by the GSA-UW. If you are a student in any of the departments listed below with vacant positions, you can nominate yourself for the position of councillor by filling out the GSA Council Representative Nomination Form. 

Note: For the Fall 2021 Term, the GSA Council will continue to meet online.

Departments with vacant councillor positions and no recent nominees:

(please email the Elections Coordinator if interested in applying)
  • Anthropology (ARTS) 
  • Catholic Thought
  • Classical Studies (ARTS) 
  • Economics (ARTS)
  • Religious Studies (ARTS)
  • Social Work (ARTS) 
  • Theological Studies (ARTS)
  • School of Planning (ENV)
  • Chemistry & Biochemistry (SCI)
  • Earth & Environmental Sciences (SCI)

Questions

Questions regarding how to get involved in GSA Council can be directed to our GSA Elections Coordinator via email at gsa-elections@uwaterloo.ca.

General inquiries about Council can be directed to our GSA Council Chair via email at gsacounc@uwaterloo.ca.

Last Updated: October 7, 2021

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Territorial Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that we work on the traditional territory of ‎ the Attawandaron (Neutral), Anishinaabeg and Haudenosaunee peoples. The University of Waterloo is situated on the Haldimand Tract, the land promised to the Six Nations that includes ten kilometers on each side of the Grand River. We acknowledge that we work on these territories as beneficiaries of settler colonialism. We also acknowledge that members of our UWaterloo community live on Indigenous territories around the world.

This statement is only a small step in the process of reconciliation. Decolonization requires systemic change. The GSA-UW is committed to this effort.

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