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Vital Signs Survey 2020 Extended

The Graduate Student Association-University of Waterloo (GSA-UW) has extended the close date of the Vital Signs Survey to March 8 at 5:00pm EST. This survey

Updates to the Policy Registry

The GSA Board of Directors has approved new changes to the policy registry. The following items have passed second reading by the Board of Directors

Launch of Graduate Vital Signs Survey 2020

The Graduate Student Association-University of Waterloo (GSA-UW) has launched the Vital Signs Survey (VSS). This survey is designed to support the GSA-UW’s strategic planning process

Results of GSA Council Vote on Unionization

On January 23rd, the Graduate Student Association (GSA) Council launched a 24-hour e-vote on the following resolution: Be it resolved that the GSA Council supports the

Updates to the Policy Registry

The GSA Board of Directors has approved new proposed changes to the policy registry. The following items have passed first reading by the Board of

Updates to the Policy Registry

The GSA Board of Directors has approved new proposed changes to the policy registry. The following items have passed first reading by the Board of

Updates to the Policy Registry

The GSA Board of Directors has approved new changes to the policy registry. The following items have passed second reading by the Board of Directors

Government Funding Changes and GSA Fees

As the official representative of graduate students on all campuses at the University of Waterloo, the GSA offers great initiatives to improve the academic and social

GSA Board Requires A Director

The GSA-UW currently has one vacant Director Position to be filled on the 2019/2020 Board of Directors. The candidate will be required to serve a

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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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