Ah… March. The sun is starting to shine bright outside, assignments starting to pile up as the penultimate month of school is here. As it is the second of March- it is also a THURSDAY… we are feeling a little bit nostalgic… Here are a few of our favourite photos from some of our/attended events from this year! Stay tuned for a lot more of #AHATBT as the semester starts to come to a close 😦
P.S… It is a THURSDAY which also means it is the first day of the INTERNATIONAL HEALTH FILM SERIES & EXPO… join us TODAY in MW 130 for “Migrant Dreams”. The discussants will be Andrea Bobadilla, Kusha Dadui and the event will be hosted by Professor Paloma Villegas. This will be a powerful feature documentary by multiple award-wnning director Min Sock Lee and Emmy award-winning producer Lisa Valencia-Svensson about the undertold story of migrant agricultural workers struggling against Canada’s Temporary Foreign worker Program (TFWP) that treats foreign workers as modern-day indentured labourers.
We hope to see you there and at the rest of our AHA events for the rest of the semester 😉
AHA is hosting an “edu-kit” drive in collaboration with Students Helping Orphans Worldwide (SHOW) to collect school supplies and monetary funds to donate to an orphanage in Cambodia. Drop by the MW Atrium on November 3rd between 12-3pm. You can choose how much you’d like to be involved! Bring your own shoebox and school supplies, or purchase from our inventory of supplies. Bring a friend and create an Edu-kit together! Don’t have a shoebox? That’s fine, we’ll be able to provide you with one too! If you don’t have time to create an Edu-kit, we’re also accepting monetary funds and encourage you to donate however much you’re able to. For more information, please visit our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1654869208088872/
Calling all Anthropology and Health Studies Students!
On September 29th, come out and meet some of the professors in your respective programs! Have a discussion outside of the class, talk about courses you are interested
in, or simply get to know them better. This is a great opportunity to kick start a relationship, and could help you with the reference letter you wan to get at the of the term!
Vote for your professors in the survey link below!
The AHA “Teaching Excellence Award” is to honour a professor who critically engages students in content that is not only applicable inside the classroom but also applicable to the outside world. This professor is always there to support their students. The professor accommodates the needs of students and allows students to visit them based on appointment and outside of the assigned office hour times.
Click here to vote for your professors: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/3MZ2DCZ
Hello fellow UTSC students!
Click here to access our recruitment form for the 2015-2016 term:
AHA Recruitment & Info Form
Please kindly review the descriptions provided. All interested candidates are to submit the Application Form (Page 6), and A RESUME to firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, March 17th, 2015 at 5pm.
The AHA Team
Hey #UTSC! The Anthropology & Health Studies Association proudly presents our Career Fair for the new year! On Tuesday January 27th, 2015#AHA is giving students a chance to #network with #professionals in the#Anthropology and #HealthStudies discipline! RSVP via EventBrite to enter at www.eventbrite.ca/e/career-fair-tickets-15172753113/ #Refreshments will be provided. We hope to see you there! #ThePrincetonReview #CareerFair#UofT
Are you taking any health or anthropology courses this year? Are you a student in the health or anthropology program? Do you have any concerns that need to be heard by the Department Chairs and Administration of the Anthropology & Health Department?
If so, please join AHA at our Academic Concerns night, taking place on November 20th from 4:30pm to 5:30pm in the Centre of Ethnography in MW296!
At this event, you will be able to voice your concerns, and we can discuss some of the issues that you might be experiencing. For example, discrepancies in course selection, course enrolment, courses being offered at the wrong times and not enough courses being offered in the summer.
AHA wants to bring YOU the change that you are looking for! We hope to see you there!
Have you heard about AHA’s Gingerbread House Competition? AHA will be joining forces with UTSC’s Department of Student Life (DSL) during the upcoming Exam Jam to make the Gingerbread House Competition happen!
The Anthropology and Health Studies Association would like to invite YOU to our Gingerbread House Making Competition on November 25th from 5-7pm in MW130! We will be taking SEVEN GROUPS of THREE people!
Sign up on the board located just outside of MW327!
All proceeds go The Denise House ! A centre, located in the Durham Region, which exists to provide a safe, supportive and inclusive environment to abused women and their children that strives to provide integrated, anti-racist, anti-oppression services to empower diversity of all women to choose their own future. Give back while having fun with AHA at the Gingerbread House Competition!
We hope to see you there!
Happy Exam Season!