Departmental Associations represent, advocate for, and provide services to undergraduates in Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics, but not those in Biological Sciences: the University of Alberta’s largest Department. You can help change this. As a member of the BioSci Departmental Association Planning Team (BDAPT), you will work with fellow undergraduate Biological Sciences students to found the Biological Sciences Departmental Association (BSDA). Essential committee activities will include reviewing the draft BSDA constitution, seeking feedback from other Biological Sciences students on the proposed BSDA, and planning the BSDA’s first semi-annual general meeting (SAGM) in late September. Commitments to BDAPT are for the month of September, though committee members will have the opportunity to run for BSDA executive positions at the fall SAGM. Applications will remain open to all University of Alberta undergraduate students in the Department of Biological Sciences until all positions on the committee are filled.
Shape your new Biological Sciences Departmental Association: Apply to be a BDAPT member today!
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