GSA Announcements

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  • Share the Cheer

    Share the Cheer - Host Volunteers Required - DEADLINE - November 24, 2017

    Share the Cheer provides UAlberta faculty, staff, alumni and graduate students the opportunity to host University of Alberta’s international students for a holiday dinner during the winter break (Dec. 23, 2017 – Jan. 2, 2018).
    Share and exchange your culture and customs with international students, as well as build global friendships with these students when their family and friends are far away.

    Hosting is only open to University faculty, staff, alumni, and graduate students.

    Each host is required to invite a minimum of 2 international students between Dec. 23, 2017, and Jan. 2, 2018.
    Application deadline for hosts: November 24, 2017

    Apply now to share the holiday spirit with international students.

  • Park and Ride Changes

    Park & Ride Changes at Century Park Begin November 20, 2017

    On, Monday, November 20th, there will be 199 fewer Park & Ride stalls at Century Park. Of the 199 stalls, there will be 50 fewer free stalls and 149 fewer reserved stalls available. The City is returning parking spaces to the private landowner, as requested, to accommodate development plans.

    The City of Edmonton uses leased land at Century Park to operate the Park & Ride lot with the help of Impark. According to lease agreements, the City is required to move and/or return parking spaces to accommodate development plans by the private landowner, Century Park Development Ltd. More changes are expected in 2018 for landowner development.

    For inquiries about these areas or future development plans, please contact the landowner directly at 780-414-8888.

    For more information, visit

  • Training Consultation Center

    Training Consulting Center (TCC) Offers Free Statistical Consulting Service

    TCC is a team of faculty, staff and grad students in the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences. They provide free statistical consulting services to U of A research communities, including graduate students, faculty and staff.

    Currently, they provide both appointment based and drop in sessions, although it's highly suggested to make an appointment ahead of your visit.

    For more information, please visit the TTC website.

  • GSA Coffee Breaks
  • Workout Buddies
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