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Humanities Student Union
The Humanities Student Union (HUMSU) was established in 1995 by founding members Roger Farr, Aaron Vidaver, Gregory Placanouris, Ella Ophir, Steven Ward, Cathy Larman and others. Initial activities included sponsoring some films in conjunction with the English Student Union, securing a student common room in the AQ and hosting some socials. In 1999, Humanities was given department status, and students were able to formally sit on department committees. Participation in the HUMSU connects students to a group of people with common interests, dedicated to making the most of their university experience.
Sara Wong, President
Lauren Thomson, Vice-president, Department Representative
Athena Samonte, FASS DSU Representative, Co-social Media Manager
Ashlee Tam, Co-social Media Manager, Secretary
Brandon Chen, Treasurer
The HUMSU is currently active and always welcomes new and enthusiastic members.
Automatic membership is extended to:
- Declared Global Humanities students and students registered in the Post-Baccalaureate Diploma Program in Global Humanities.
- Students who are currently enrolled in at least one Global Humanities course.
Student input is a respected and integral part of the department's policy and the following committees need student representatives.
Department of Global Humanities
Up to 2 student representatives elected by the Student Union. Attend Department meetings (2 to 4 per term) and have voting privileges. Term of office to be set by the Student Union. Department meetings are scheduled as required on Thursdays at 10:30AM in AQ 6204.
Global Humanities Undergraduate Curriculum Committee
One student representative elected to a one-year term.
The HUMSU started this amazing initiative during the COVID-19 pandemic as a way to connect students, instructors, faculty members, and staff during this challenging time by inviting them to share their experiences.
The HUMSU publishes inter/tidal., an academic interdisciplinary journal that showcases poetic and prosaic pieces, visual art, as well as short critical essays. The journal is currently on hiatus.