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General Council 2019-2020

We are pleased to introduce our 2019/2020 General Council! Thank you to everyone who voted.

Nous avons le plaisir de vous présenter notre Conseil général 2019/2020! Merci à tous ceux qui ont voté.

Chrissy Smith – MSc. Councilor
Lisa Ek Orloff – MSc. Councilor
Angelica Blais – Councilor at large
Jenson Price – PhD Councilor
Siobhan Rourke – MHK Interventions and Consultations Councilor

Speaker Series # 1

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J’ai le plaisir de vous inviter à la première édition de la série de Conférenciers distingués de l’École des sciences de l’activité physique.

Nous sommes honorés d’accueillir Dr. Janelle Joseph de l’Université de Toronto, pour une conférence, vendredi le 27 septembre à 14h, au LMX 390, afin d’examiner les expériences des migrants sportifs

Cette étude de cas de joueurs de cricket de couleur à Toronto, au Canada, clarifie la façon dont les joueurs tentent de préserver et de protéger leur culture distinctive, ainsi que la manière dont la discrimination à laquelle ils sont confrontés unit leurs communautés.

Nous encourageons votre présence et votre participation – café et collations légères seront fournis. Les personnes intéressées peuvent se réunir pour une sortie informelle après la conférence.

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We would like to invite you to the first installment of the School of Human Kinetics Distinguished Speaker series.

We are honoured to welcome Dr. Janelle Joseph from the University of Toronto to provide a talk on Friday September 27th at 2pm in LMX 390 examining the specificities of sporting migrants’ experiences.

This case study of recreational Black Caribbean cricketers in Toronto, Canada, clarifies many of the desperate and disparate ways the players try to prove, preserve and protect their distinctive culture as well as how the discrimination they face unites their communities

We encourage your attendance and participation, and coffee and light snacks will be provided. Those interested can convene for an informal social following the talk.

TA-RA-Corrector Postings for Fall 2019

Teaching assistant/corrector positions for the Fall 2019 semester are now posted on: https://erp-forms.uottawa.ca/uohmsweb/cupe.aspx. Please view them and take note that you must apply online by August 20th, 2019, at 11:59PM. NEW: In order to facilitate the process of assigning TA/corrector positions, please complete the “CV template” form and submit it via email to graduate.hk@uottawa.ca (do not attach it to your TA online application). The form will help in streamlining the application process to ensure students are matched to the most appropriate position(s). In addition to standardized questions, the form includes space on the third page to input appropriate information from your CV. If you do not intend of completing the attached form, please attach your CV to the online application. English CV Form: http://hkgsa.ca/site/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/SHK_RA_CV_Template_EN.pdf French CV Form: http://hkgsa.ca/site/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/SHK_RA_CV_Template_EN.pdf If you have questions about the form, please contact the Administrative Assistant to Graduate Studies by email at: graduate.HK@uottawa.ca or by phone at: 613- 562-5800 Ext: 2237. Reminder: It is your responsibility to visit the TA postings site regularly and apply online.

Thank you everyone who attended our Annual HKGSA Conference!

Our conference was a big success this year. A special thank you to all our presenters, our keynote speaker this year is Jennifer Boyd, Head Coach of the uOttawa Women’s Rugby Team (5-time defending RSEQ conference champions), and last but not least, our guest panel!

HKGSA AFFILIATES

HKGSA School Spirit Council Faculty-Student Hockey Challenge Do It For Daron Foundation (DIFD) GSAED CUPE 2626 University of Ottawa