It is the aim of the GSA to serve the students by working to enhance the overall environment of graduate studies here at Trinity Western. We are active throughout these summer months and we want to hear from you. Please contact us with your ideas, questions, or concerns. The following are the members of the GSA for the school year 2012-2013.
President: Jon Reesor, ACTS - email@example.com
Executive Vice President: Kyle Parsons, MABiB - firstname.lastname@example.org
Executive Vice President of Finance: Alison Miller, MBA - email@example.com
School of Graduate Studies Student Representatives
Andrea Gee, MCS - firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew Batey, MBA - email@example.com
Rusty Taylor, MABiB- firstname.lastname@example.org
ACTS Student Representatives
Hyeon Woo, ACTS - email@example.com
Juan Fajardo, ACTS - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Nduati, ACTS - email@example.com
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It’s Good Morning Commuter time again!!!
When: Tuesday February 14th from 7:45 AM to 9:15 AM.
Where: Under the tent by the gym
What: Free coffee, hot chocolate, French Vanilla Cappuccino and Timbits…check out this clip
***Also, if you bring a Valentine with your name and e-mail address for the folks there, you'll be entered in a draw for a $50 gas card!
Dr. Jack Van Dyke Chemistry Research Laboratory
Be a partner in the Dr. Jack Van Dyke Chemistry Research Laboratory campaign!
Dr. Van Dyke began his Trinity Western career in 1976, when he served as Associate Professor of Chemistry and head of the chemistry department, while the fledgling institution was still a college. In the early 1980s, he was instrumental in moving TWU to a four-year, degree-granting institution, and—along with Dr. Frank Eshelman—he established the curriculum for the chemistry major.
A gifted organic chemistry teacher, Dr. Van Dyke has defined the spirit of TWU and FNAS. As former Chair of the Natural Science Division and then Dean of Natural and Applied Sciences, he spent countless hours counseling chemistry, biology, and pre-medical students, and was integral in the start of TWU’s renowned nursing program. Dr. Van Dyke will continue his research—and his legacy—in the Dr. Jack Van Dyke Chemistry Research Laboratory.
April 21, 2010
ARE YOU A LITTLE STRESSED OUT? EVER CONSIDER COUNSELLING?
If you have answered yes to either question this information will be valuable to you! The Fraser River Counselling Centre located right on campus (right in the middle of the CANIL and Fosmark Centre parking lot (portable)). They offer counselling services to the general community and to TWU students as well. The cost of each session is ONLY $10!
For more information please contact Katy at 604-513-2113 Ext 1. There is information also at: http://www2.twu.ca/cpsy/clinical/comcounselling.html