This past weekend GCSA successfully held their first event of the year: Get Away with GCSA. The camping trip allowed everyone on the team and in the department to gain a better sense of community whilst participating in various activities including hiking, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, and star gazing. Look out for more of our events throughout the year on our website!
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UTSC’s very own Thomas Dybowski was featured in the Metro Newspaper for his idea on improving Toronto’s housing prices, you can read more here.
Get away with GCSA the last weekend of September and enjoy a 3 day/2 night camping trip at Pinery Provincial Park! Contact us at email@example.com for more information and to purchase tickets. There are limited spaces so purchase quick, hope to see you there!
Location: Pinery Provincial Park
Date: September 23-25, 2016
Price: $50 – includes transportation, camping gear & food
The fall semester is about to begin and GCSA is looking for representatives to join our team for the 2016-2017 academic year!
We have several term representative positions available and will be interviewing candidates within these upcoming weeks, if you would like to apply, please email GCSA at firstname.lastname@example.org with your resume and a short paragraph (200 words) explaining why you think you are the best suitable for the role.
The deadline to apply is September 30th at 5:00pm.
Best of luck!
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 Conference 2016 – Exhibition Submission Form
Are you interested in becoming a future city builder and change maker? We’ve got the perfect event for you to attend as we are hosting our first ever GCSA Conference!
The conference will be held on Friday March 4th, 2016 from 9am – 5pm and presented through the inspiration of Jane Jacobs, celebrating what would have been her 100th birthday year. The conference will include keynote speakers, an art exhibition, network opportunities, prizes and workshops by well-known city builders and change makers from Toronto.
Tickets for the conference are $10, so stay tuned for more details on the speakers, the workshops and the rest of the conference!
How to buy tickets:
1. Speak to a GCSA Class Representative – Throughout the next few weeks we will be making announcements in classes at UTSC. You can buy a ticket directly from the representative making the announcement!
2. Visit us at our table to buy tickets! We will be tabling throughout the next few weeks on campus. Look out for the dates and times which will be released soon.
3. Email us, FB message us, or tweet at us! We will do whatever we can to ensure you get a ticket.
Limited tickets are available so ensure to buy your ticket as soon as possible!
The annual Mixandmingle event is happening Dec 1st, 2015. From 1-2:30 pm in MW 130!
For more information, please feel free to click the hyperlink right here
Also, keep your eyes open for more news about the career and networking event coming soon!
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.
Come on out to the annual GIS day on Nov 18th at 11am-1pm for GIS related career advice! There will be a networking lunch and also presentations!
No need for RSVP, just come to MW130.