Come to the Fifth on March 12 and meet your 2018-2019 GSA Executive Committee Candidates! Candidates: President: Danyelle Liddle V.P. Internal: Amber Hutchinson V.P. Finance: Keely Kavcic V.P. External: Lindsay Plater Light refreshments will be served. The Meet & Greet Reception will be moderated by the GSA CRO, Ahmed Shaltout (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Tax tips and tricks for Grad Students & Financial Planning in Grad School Hosted by Joe Murray, Financial Advisor at Rettinger & Associates and University of Guelph Alumni
Check out this U of G news post for a list of events happening on and off campus for International Women's Day!
Skate Rentals available for $5. Please contact email@example.com by Friday, March 2 for skate rental.
Graduate Student Tango Dancing Lessons with Jordan Lee Find out how many it takes to Tango! Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Breakfast with a Twist! Contribute and CHEER as your favourite colleagues take a pie to the face for a good cause! A United Way Fundraiser presented by Student Housing Services and Hospitality Services. Breakfast is $10.00 and includes pancakes, sausages, tea, coffee, and juice. Tickets available online at: ffpd.eventbrite.ca
Do you need help completing your tax return? You may be able to get help at a free tax preparation clinic near you. The Community Volunteer Income Tax Program is holding tax clinics in Guelph from February 28 to April 24, 2018. You may be eligible for help if you have a modest income and a simple tax situation. Please see details on locations, times, and eligibility requirements for tax clinics on MP Lloyd Longfield's website.
Paint Night at the Fifth with Rae Wright Paint "The Cavern" with step-by-step instructions! Register before February 23 at raewrightartistry.ca Party registration event "GSA0311" $25 per person
3 Minute Thesis: Tips, Tricks, and Practice Hosted by the 2017 3MT National Champion: Shanthanu KrishnaKumar 180 seconds is all you need to be brilliant!
Geography Student Colloquium - Crossroads, Choices, and Changes: a geographic perspective Something new is coming to the University of Guelph's Geography Department in 2018... For the first time, undergraduate and graduate students are invited to come together and share their ideas, questions, knowledge, and research at the Geography Colloquium! A colloquy is defined as an important, high-level discussion, and we decided to host this colloquium to give students the space and opportunity to have these conversations.