GHSA Meetings

A message from Chelsea Bauer:

Hello folks,

We have several important meetings and events coming up in the next few weeks!!
Historian’s Craft is taking place at 1:00pm on Thursday January 12th in the History Department Common Room, Vari Hall 2183. The talk is being given by Alison Norman and it is entitled, “Doing History that Matters: My Career as a Scholar of Indigenous History in the Government.” Light refreshments will be served.
The next union meeting is taking place on January 19th at 12:30pm in Leith Room, 004 Atkinson Building. The first GMM of the new year is also the closing of nominations for the bargaining team elections and Grievance Officer and VP Unit 3 by-elections. These are exceptionally important elections as the bargaining team is the group of individuals that will be negotiating your next collective agreement with York!! Come out and meet the candidates and familiarize yourself with the goals for bargaining!
The next GHSA meeting is taking place on January 24th at 12pm in the History Department Common Room Vari Hall 2183. I have attached the agenda for the upcoming meeting and the minutes from the last meeting that we will be voting on.  This meeting is important as we will be voting on the proposals submitted for the Black History budget line. If you would like to add anything to the agenda please contact me or come to the meeting!!
Please join the TA Liaison Committee on February 2, 2017, from 12:30-2:30 in the Common Room (VH2183), for a special workshop on teaching skills for faculty and TAs alike! Confirmed speakers include: Professors Ben Kelly, Deb Neill, and Sean Kheraj, and TAs Sara Howdle and Paul Aikenhead. Participation at this seminar is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT FOR ALL TAs so please please please come out to this event.
Participation at these meetings is vital so please come out!! If you attend all four events please let me know and you will be in the running for ANOTHER super secret GHSA mystery prize.
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