Sociology Students’ Association

Sociology Students’ Association (SSA)

  • BUILDING: The SSA aims to provide students with opportunities to build a foundation upon which their academic career will grow. Information sessions on career options, graduate schools and admissions, the honours program, and undergraduate and graduate research will be integral for creating a foundation for our students.

SSA-Building

Example: offering opportunities for educational information and skill-development, including Big Talks and Information Sessions.

  • CONNECTING: The SSA envisions an environment on campus where undergraduate, graduate students and faculty regularly participate in social and academic events and strengthening relationships within Sociology and with other departments.

SSA-Connecting

Example: providing support and chances to connect for the Sociology/UBC community, including social BBQ events

  • EMPOWERING: The SSA values the importance of students being able to take the theories and lessons from classes and apply them to everyday aspects of life, both during and after university. We believe this happens when students have the ability to freely make their choices, ask questions, and raise their own voices.

SSA-Empowering

Example: lobbying for policy changes within the department or university 

SSA Executives 2018-2019

Co-Presidents: Alex Chow and Kacey Ng

Vice President (Academic): Anna Tomros

Vice President (Social): Benedetta Franzini

Vice President (External): Mark Ding

AUS Representative: Michelle Liao

Sustainability Representative: Jessica Zhai

Treasurer: Priscilla Wong

Secretary: Daniella Pettenon

Media Specialist: Kate Collins 

Logistics Coordinator: Debora Anthonypillai

Editor-In-Chief, Sojourners: Andy Holmes

Connect with the SSA

Twitter: @ubcSSA
Instagram: UBCSSA
Email: ubcsociologyassoc@gmail.com
Office: ANSO 2201

Website: http://blogs.ubc.ca/ubcssa/