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Jacky Cheruiyot: firstname.lastname@example.org
My name is Jacklyne Cheruiyot, GSA representative for Humanities. I am a first year MA student in the Department of Women and Gender Studies.
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to serve you in this capacity. I hope to work with you to address all the challenges we face.
I look forward to a harmonious fruitful year with each one of you. Without you, no GSA.
Leanna Santangelo: email@example.com
Hello! My name is Leanna, and I am in my final year of the Masters of Counselling Program. I have lived in Lethbridge my entire life, completing my BA in Psychology here at the University of Lethbridge. I have been involved in a variety of community organizations, as I have a passion to be a part of something bigger in order to make a difference, and give back to the individuals within these organizations and our surrounding community.
My involvement within the GSA would complement my desire to make a difference within the graduate student experience, allowing them to not only feel connected as a community, but to feel heard and represented as a student body. I am excited and honoured to be a part of your graduate student experience, and look forward to helping make this experience a positive one!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, or to apply!
Araba Sagoe: email@example.com
Hello! My name is Araba Sagoe. I am currently finishing up my first year in Master of Biological Sciences. I completed my Bachelor of Science in Biology here at the University of Lethbridge, and as an international student myself, I have had a lot of experiences over the last couple of years. As the international representative for the next year, I hope to meet some needs of the international students and help answer questions you are itching to ask outside of academia (or anything I can help with really), as well as foster a great multi-cultural experience for you.
I look forward to meeting you.
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 2018/19 GSA council. It is absolutely my pleasure and honour to continue to advocate 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 :)
Samantha Krause: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi there! My name is Sam and I am a MSc student studying animal communication behaviour in the Psychology department. I spent two months this spring tracking Adelaide's warblers (i.e. itsy bitsy yellow birds) around a wildlife refuge in Puerto Rico. Catch me in the halls sometime and I'll tell you all about it! Or if you have any bird-related questions, I can answer those too.
I am new to Lethbridge as of last fall and have enjoyed exploring Southern Alberta and meeting some pretty awesome people. This is a beautiful campus and great community. I was impressed by the involvement and dedication of the GSA council last year, so much so, I asked if I could be a part of this positive team of people for 2018/19. Luckily, there was a spot for me, and look forward to contributing to GSA initiatives and supporting our grad students here at U of L.