Student Ambassadors

From paper competitions to conferences, professionalization luncheons, and funding opportunities, the CSSR has a great deal to offer students and we want to make sure you hear about it! One Student Ambassador per year, per institution acts as local liaison between their home institution and the CSSR, ensuring that their student body is kept up-to-date on all academic, funding, and professionalization opportunities offered throughout the year.

If you don't see your institution represented on this year's list and you'd like to volunteer, please get in contact with the graduate student member-at large, Roxanne L. Korpan (roxanne.korpan@mail.utoronto.ca) and get involved! If you want to be the SA for the next academic year, stay tuned for the call each September! Positions are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.




Call for Student Ambassadors
If your institution does not yet have an ambassador and you’d like to apply, see here for details.





Student Ambassadors 2018-2019 (Partial list - more to join soon)

McMaster University Hasan Doagoo
Dalhousie University Ata Zargarpour
University of Ottawa Keelin Pringnitz
University of Toronto Molly Mignault
University of Calgary Laura Jurgens
Memorial University Mehmet Ali Basak
University of Lethbridge Rutika Gandhi
University of Waterloo Chris Miller
University of British Columbia Lindsay Fraughton


Student Ambassadors 2016-2017

McMaster University, Miriam DeCock
Dalhousie University, Kirsten Clarke
McGill University, Ali Smears
University of Saskatchewan, Tanya Brittain
Queen's University, Hasan Doagoo
Concordia University, Lindsey Jackson
University of Ottawa, Loïc Druenne
University of Regina, Connor Thompson
University of Toronto, Vincent Calabrese
York University, Kimberly Waite
University of Alberta, Diane Fereig
Bishop's University, Brenna Filion
L'Université Laval, Christian Herve Elisha