The Department of Education has invited all graduate students to their monthly faculty coffee being held on Wednesday, 15th November, 2017 from 2:30–4pm in the Faculty Lounge (FG-5.405).
Special topic of discussion: Your ideas for humanizing our environment.
**The only condition is you need to bring at least one idea to humanize the department. The humanization committee will there taking suggestions.
Come have coffee, and socialise with the DOE!
We are looking for clean / gently used coats for our international students. Last year 200 coats were distributed to our students and we are looking to do even more this year!! Our coat racks are waiting for your donations!! We have students with small kiddos as well (and an awesome Student Parent Resource Center) who could use gently used snow suits.
We will be collecting coats between October 16 – November 10
Drop-off in person:
SGW: International Students Office H 653, between 9 am and 5 pm
LOY: Dean of Students Office AD-121, between 9 am and 5 pm
You can also find us tabling on October 31 at SGW EV building S-2.200 and at Loyola at the SP-Building on November 1, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Arrange for a pick-up: please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are a few past articles:
Thanking you in advance!!!
If there are any non-McGill grad students out there who are interested in a contract at McGill that would be 10 hours per week during office hours (flexible, you could choose when, but must be physically in the office) at $13.75 an hour for the next few months, please get in touch with me. I have a friend at our Law Faculty who is looking for someone to work with confidential student files so it can’t be a McGill student. Very clerical, apologies. If you know anybody, please pass them on.
You can email me at: email@example.com
Bridging our diversities
In our globalized world, we are experiencing more and more conflict based on ethnic, religious, and socio-economic identities and differences.
The Equitas-International Center for Human Rights Education is organizing a 3.5-day conference in Montreal that will assemble 300 participants from all over the world for practical workshops and insightful sessions featuring the latest tools, knowledge and best practices in human rights education.
Equitas is looking for volunteers (ideally bilingual) who are interested in human rights education. In exchange, you can have free access to certain workshops and the opportunity tomeet with an international community of change makers.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
For Concordia University students, this volunteer activity is officially recognized under theCo-curricular record.
Register as a volunteer by filling out the following form before November 10th.
It’s time to take action!
N.B. If this link does not work, open the attachment for access to the form.
Bénévoles recherché(e)s pour la 8e Conference internationale sur l’éducation aux droits humains
Rapprocher nos diversités
À l’heure de la mondialisation, les conflits basés sur les identités et différences ethniques, religieuses et socioéconomiques sont de plus en plus nombreux.
Equitas-Centre international d’éducation aux droits humains –organise à Montréal, uneconférencede 3,5 jours qui rassemblera300 participants du monde entier pour des ateliers pratiques et des sessions de travail présentant les derniers outils, le savoir et les meilleures pratiques en matière d’éducation aux droits humains.
Equitasrecherche des bénévoles (idéalement) bilingues qui s’intéressent à l’éducation aux droits humains. Cette opportunité vous permettra de participer gratuitement à certains ateliers et derencontrer une communauté internationale d’acteurs du changement.
Pour les étudiants de l’université Concordia, cette activité est officiellement reconnue dans le Co-curricular record
Lunch et collations seront offerts.
Inscrivez-vous en tantque bénévole en remplissant le formulaire suivant avant le 10 Novembre, 2017.
C’est le temps de passer à l’action!
** Pour tout complément d’information, veuillez nous contacter firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are the meeting minutes from the Fall 2017 General Assembly.
- unanimous vote to include students in the Child Studies MA program as members of DOEIGSA
- the bylaws were changed to reflect the change in membership
- election of student representatives
- approval of interim budget
Here is the link to our updated Bylaws document including all proposed changes.
Here is the interim budget for 2017/2018 that was approved at the GA. Note that this budget must be revised to reflect addition of Child Studies graduates to our membership.