Another academic year is coming to an end, and as a result, GCSA is looking for new members to join our team for the 2016-2017 academic year!
If you enjoyed our past events, or are simply looking for a great opportunity to gain experience and network, feel free to apply and participate in the elections.
The elections take place March 24 at 5-7 pm in MW275
Enclosed is all the information needed:
The Geography and City Studies Student Association will be holding their first ever conference at UTSC on Friday March 4th, 2016. Presented through the inspiration of Jane Jacobs, celebrating what would have been her 100th birthday year the conference will include keynote speakers, network opportunities, prizes and workshops by well-known city builders and change makers from Toronto. Along with the aforementioned there shall be an art exhibition surrounding the theme of this year’s conference “A City For Everyone”. We are currently accepting submissions of works that represent whatever the idea of a city means to you. All mediums are accepted. We are accepting submissions from artists, allowing them to interpret and visualize their relationship to the city in any way they wish. Selected works will be displayed for the day on Friday March 4th at the GCSA Conference being held in UTSC’s state of the art new, Environmental Science building.
Please download and complete the submission form below. Include it and high-res photos of your works and email all material to email@example.com with the subject” EXHIBITION SUBMISSION” no later than February 27th, 2016. Selected artists will be contacted with follow up information. Good luck!
GCSA is hosting their annual career & networking event on Jan 21st, in the Ralph Campbell Lounge at 6-9pm.
Tickets will only cost $5 for a classy, fun, and beneficial event!
For this event we are essentially inviting alumni who have graduated from the geography and city studies program at UTSC to come in and speak to students about their experience/ journey after graduating. This event is a great opportunity for all students to build their network and interact with not only recent graduates but also other students in the department.This year, we are trying to get people who are in different stages of their education/career. These include Masters students, entry level workers, and employees who have been in the field for a while. We also want to get people from different companies/positions to show the students that attend how far their degrees can take them and how broad the options are for their own careers. So if you are in that last year panic or struggling to find something tangible to strive for career wise, this event will help guide you.
The benefits of this event include and are not limited to;
- Great food, and drinks.
- A guide for student’s who are concerned about post-graduation paths
- Help to figure out the possible career paths that are open for under graduates, graduate students and possible PhD.
- Opportunity to meet like minded peers and connect with alumni that may be in professions you are interested in.
This event provides a great opportunity for students to see the different career paths that they can follow with a geography and city studies degree so I do hope that you all come!
If you wish to purchase a ticket for $5, please contact:
If you contact us from facebook, a ticket can be sold to you within 2 business days.
The mapping day event in the student centre is going well!
The concept is simple, place a pin on the city you were born in, and place another pin on a separate map to denote where you commute from!
If you have not come to contribute and have a few minutes to do so, please do!
The event will also be running from 11am-5pm from Tuesday to Thursday November 19th.