VP Student Life
General Graduate Representatives
Dorothea Morrison firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a University of Lethbridge graduate with a BA in Psychology ('10) and a BA in English ('15). I'm starting an MA in English and am really looking forward to being involved with the GSA. Working with my fellow students I hope we can make everyone's experience as positive and impactful as possible.
Nathan Hill email@example.com
Hi, my name is Nathan Hill, and I am a M.Sc. student in chemistry. I am working in the Boere lab on a class of compounds called "redox-active ligands", about which I would happily talk your ear off at another time. I have lived in Lethbridge for 9 years, and I completed my B.Sc. degree here at the U of L, so I am quite familiar with the community in the city and the university.
My goal as a representative is to maintain an active dialogue with you the graduate students. and bring your thoughts and ideas to the GSA council. I want to make your concerns the concerns of the GSA, so that we can make your experience as graduate students as pleasant and stress-free as possible. I am passionate about education, and creating an environment that is conductive to learning. A big part of that is to take care of the well-being of the students, and to promote policies that have your best interests at heart.
It is a privilege to act as a representative to the GSA, and to be an advocate for the graduate students.
Eunice Anteh firstname.lastname@example.org
I completed my Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration (Health Services Management) at University of Ghana. As a graduate student at the Faculty of Health Sciences, my research work aims at understanding the needs of refugee women in navigating the Canadian healthcare system.
I believe in critical thinking, collaboration, and creativity to develop the lives of women worldwide to create social change. She hopes to be a sustainable tool for solving community challenges and development. I am active member of the MSc Health Sciences Club Journal, where students meet and discuss current literature, socialize with peers, and brainstorm about new trends in the field.
It is privilege to represent the concerns and challenges of graduate students in my department to elevate their personal and academic life experiences.
Betty Wanjiru email@example.com
I am a graduate student with the Faculty of Management, under the MSc. Management (Accounting) program. One of the goals I would like to achieve as the International Representative is to increase the visibility of international students at the University of Lethbridge and promote the incredible multi-cultural aspect of this fraternity within the U of L community.
Rachel Dombowsky firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello all! I am M.Sc. student in the Neuroscience department studying the development of rodent vocalizations. I plan on completing my M.Sc. and start my PhD this summer. I completed my B.Sc. in Neuroscience here at University of Lethbridge. During my time here I have worked in many research labs in the neuroscience and physics department and spend my free time volunteering with Let's Talk Science.
I am dedicated to my research and community and will continue to bring this aspect to the 2017/18 GSA council. It is absolutely my pleasure and honour to continue to advicate for my fellow graduate students.
Chloe Crosschild email@example.com
My name is Iitaapii'tsankiiaki, Chloe Crosschild. I am Blackfoot, more specifically, from the Blood Tribe. I graduated from the University of Lethbridge in 2014 with a Bachelor of Nursing Degree and began working as a Public Health Nurse in Southwestern Alberta. I also work casually at the Kainai Continuing Care Facility and started teaching the Community Health Clinical Practice Rotation in 2016.
I am currently enrolled in the Master of Nursing program. My interests include: Indigenous Health, maternal/child health, health promotion/disease prevention/health protection. I am also very passionate about social justice within the health care system for Indigenous families and bridging gaps between traditional health practices and current standards of practice/policies to create better relationships.
I am excited to be a part of the GSA Council this year and hope I can contribute and create a voice for the Indigenous community on campus :)
Mirela Ambeskovic firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, Grad Students!! My name is Mirela; I am a Ph.D. student in Neuroscience. I completed both BSc and MSc in Neuroscience at the University of Lethbridge. My research focuses on investigating the effects of ancestral prenatal stress on brain and behavior across the lifespan. During my studies, I have been an active member of the University student body and participated in many events and organizations such as Let's Talk Science Outreach Program, Brenda Millner Lecture Series, Brain Awareness Week, and the GSA.
First, I would like to thank you for letting me serve as your VP Finance the last term; it was a great experience. In this position, I have always advocated for the graduate students within both university and Lethbridge community, improved the GSA operational services, and increased the transparency of the GSA office. I believe that the GSA would benefit from continuity in the governance and need loud voices to represent it.
I would be pleased to work with the GSA again in the year 2017-2018. My experience within both university and the GSA will allow me to advocate for the fellow grad students effectively. I believe I have ambition, academic and life experiences, and leadership skills needed to be an active voice for the graduate student body. If elected I will be advocating for new funding for students, more transparency, and improved operational services within the GSA. I will work hard to ensure that all graduate students have a positive experience during their studies and that you voices are heard.