About the GSA

Green and Gold Adjudication Committee

 Opportunity to Serve: One (1) Graduate Student

 

The GSA Nominating Committee (GSA NoC) invites nominations from graduate students to fill the vacancy for one (1) GSA student representative on the Adjudication Committee for the Green and Gold Student Leadership and Professional Development Grant. The term of office for this position is one year, ending on June 30, 2019.

 

 

If you are interested in putting your name forward to serve on this committee, please fill out the attached form and email it to gsa.nomcomm@ualberta.ca by Monday, June 11, 2018 at 12:00 PM (Noon).

 

Nominations received will be circulated as submitted via email to the GSA NoC.

 

 

Purpose

“The purpose of the Green and Gold Student Leadership and Professional Development Grant (Green and Gold Grant) is to help U of A students become leaders in their profession following graduation. This grant provides funding to participate in high impact professional development activities that will help students:

  • Expand and develop leadership and employability skills.

  • Explore future career opportunities.

  • Learn about professional practices in different cultures and contexts.

  • Establish networks vital to professional practice and advancement.

  • Reflect critically on their career interests and aspirations.” (Green and Gold Grant Terms of Reference)




  • Meetings

    Adjudication Committee members will be required to attend training in July 2018. Grant adjudication will be conducted online, with a monthly time commitment of approximately 3-4 hours. Members will also be required to attend a review meeting in May 2019.



    Should insufficient applications be received by the above deadline, the GSA NoC will commence a directed search process to fill remaining vacancies.


    If you are not selected for service, we will notify you and we will ask for permission to keep your name and resume/bio on file for other possible committee openings.