After issuing an apology and holding a runoff election in May, the U of M graduate students’ association (UMGSA) has announced Okechukwu Efobi has been elected vice-president services and support (VPSS).
After an election that sparked controversy due to allegations of misconduct, the U of M graduate students’ association (UMGSA) council has issued an apology and announced a runoff election for one position.
In two reports released by the University of Manitoba Graduate Students’ Association’s (UMGSA) elections committee Monday, the committee announced it had disqualified a candidate who tied for an executive position, approved an appeal made by the current UMGSA president and removed the CRO from his position.
A controversial University of Manitoba Graduate Students’ Association (UMGSA) 2019 executive election is headed to a run-off vote after two candidates for vice-president services and support (VPSS) finished in a dead tie and a handful of appeals — including one each against the CRO and uncontested returning president Carl Neumann — have been filed.
Candidates hoping for a seat on the U of M graduate students’ association (UMGSA) council took questions and discussed priorities at the UMGSA general election forum on Tuesday.
The University of Manitoba Graduate Students’ Association (UMGSA) council passed a motion to establish an expense account and corresponding debit card during its Jan. 23 meeting.
Currently, the election manual states that, “social network sites such as Facebook etc. are not permitted as campaigning vehicles.”
Rony Thomas is a third year PhD student in the Department of Immunology at the University of Manitoba, working under the supervision of Dr. Xi Yang.
Last year was a bit of a milestone for me. It was not a good milestone.
The first few days I was in denial.