Education Graduate Student Society
The Education Graduate Student Society (EGSS) is the official organization of graduate students in the Faculty of Education. The EGSS organizes various academic and social activities as well as acting as a facilitator between the Faculty of Education and graduate student body.
All EGSS documents put out by the Society can be found here.
- January 14, 2016
- December 10, 2015
- November 12, 2015
- October 20, 2015
- September 8, 2015
- January 22, 2015
- November 27, 2014
- October 23, 2014
- October 14, 2014
- September, 2014
- August, 2014
- June, 2014
- January, 2014
Student Initiative Grant Program
The Student Initiative Grant Program is designed to provide graduate students with funds to support events beyond those directly run by the EGSS. Selected events will support the EGSS mission of building connections amongst students and between students and the Faculty, both socially and academically. This grant is designed to provide financial assistance of up to $200 per event for activities that enhance the social and academic experiences of graduate students at the Faculty of Education. To be eligible for funding:
- The applicant needs to be a current graduate student of the Faculty of Education.
- Events must be open to and involve the entire educational graduate community.
Applications for funding will be reviewed each semester. Funding amounts for events is subject to the availability of funds. To be considered for funding, please submit an application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good & Welfare
Part-time Student Representative
Social Events Co-Coordinator
The EGSS organizes a number of academic and social events throughout the year, including an end-of-year social for students, faculty, and staff in April of every year.
The Education Graduate Student Society invites graduate students and faculty to attend our ScholarShare series which provides an opportunity for current graduate students in Education to share their work with their colleagues in a supportive environment, while attendees can learn more about some of the research that is happening in the Faculty of Education. Light refreshments will be provided.
If you are a graduate student in Education and are interested in presenting your scholarly work at a future ScholarShare session, please e-mail the Academic Events Coordinator at email@example.com.
Following the success of EGSS' ScholarShare series, the Graduate Studies and Research Office has taken on organizing a similar scholarly event to engage faculty members in sharing their scholarly outputs with the graduate student community. The nominated faculty members, should they choose to accept, would host a scholarly talk for graduate students on a topic related to their work.