Who is GESA?
GESA is the Geography and Environmental Studies/Sciences Student Association.
What is GESA's purpose?
Our purpose is to get students involved in activities outside the classroom. We work to create awareness about events happening in the school and around the city related to our field of study. Students are also made aware of learning and employment opportunities related to their degree. We want students to have the chance to meet each other on a social level so that connections and friendships can be built throughout their studies at UWinnipeg and beyond. Our quaint student lounge is a great place to do homework, get help with assignments, and chat about whats happening in the department(s).
Who can join?
Anybody can join: we encourage all students from Geography and Environmental Studies, anyone who is taking geography or related sciences, to come out to the meetings and get involved with what we do.
When does GESA meet?
GESA meets every Friday at 12:30-1:20 pm but it usually ends earlier. We meet in 5L24. For more information about GESA, contact:
GESA Executive (2016-2017):
President: Jeremy Leathers
Co-vice presidents: Matthew Nguyen, Angela Concepcion
Treasurer: Geneva Cloutis
Secretary: Ariane Dilay
Media Czars: Jamie Sandison, Nadine Kanik, Bronwyn Butterfield, Vicky Cloutis, Ari Liso
The Eco-Grant is an award of up to $2000+ given out annually by GESA to fund sustainable initiatives on campus. Previous winners have undertaken projects such as beehives on campus, rooftop gardens, a seed library and more. If you have an idea to make campus more sustainable we highly encourage you to apply. For more information please see the Eco-Grant application form here or send us an email at email@example.com. Completed applications can be emailed to the GESA email or handed in to the geography and environmental studies/sciences administrator Tania in room 5L02. The application deadline is November 28th. Application forms for the GESA Eco-grant are available here.
The Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (CMOS) offers undergraduate and graduate scholarships to students in atmospheric sciences, meteorology, climate, oceanography and related fields (e.g., mathematics, hydrology, limnology). Information about these scholarships and how to apply can be found at http://www.cmos.ca/site/scholarships.
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