Who We Are

The President is accountable for the overall actions and guidance of the EGSA. This person is the official Public Relations Officer for the EGSA and acts as a liaison between graduate students and the College of Education community. The President is also responsible for coordinating lobbying activities at the local, provincial, and national level.

The Vice-President Finance (Treasurer) oversees the EGSA's finances related to internal operations. This includes maintaining financial records, monitoring income and expenditures, and working closely with the EGSA Office President to manage all EGSA activities that require financial support.
The Academic and Student Affairs Representative is the official EGSA advocate on academic and non-academic issues. Students who have concerns related to their academic and non-academic life in the College of Education, for example working conditions or discrimination and harassment, should contact the Academic and Student Affairs Representative.
The Secretary is responsible for maintaining accurate and up-to-date records of all GSA meetings, activities, and communications. The secretary works closely with the President and other executive members to ensure the EGSA runs smoothly and effectively, and that members are informed and engaged.
Smart Chukwu

Sunshine Wei

Shu Liu

Samuel Agyekum

Members at large support the EGSA and their roles will vary depending on the executive and membership needs in the College of EducationTheir responsibilities could include, but not limited to, advocacy and outreach, event and activity planning, marketing and communication, or other committee work that supports and advances the objectives of the EGSA.

Events & Activities

College of Education — Graduate Student Funding Opportunities Information Session

The College of Education, College of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies (CGPS), and the Education Graduate Student Association (EGSA) are pleased to offer this session for Education Graduate students to become more familiar about funding opportunities available at USask and externally. Representatives from the CGPS Office of Graduate Scholarships & Awards Services will present scholarship opportunities offered through their office, including federal and national awards. The College of Education will discuss funding opportunities available only to Education graduate students. There will be time for Q&A at the end of the session.

The session will be delivered by Zoom and recorded. If you would like a copy of the recording after the event, please send a request to edgrad.inquiries@usask.ca

We look forward to seeing you then!

Date: Tuesday October 3, 2023

Time: 12:00pm noon – 1:00pm

Zoom: https://usask-ca.zoom.us/j/97387266687?pwd=bFhxMEVCZUNtQnpIcDFlQlM1ZEJSQT09

EGSA / College of Education Graduate Programs — Social 

EGSA / College of Education Graduate Programs — Social 

Date: October 2023 (TBD) 

Time: 4:00pm – 6:00pm 

Location: Education Student Lounge, Room 1005 

All College of Education Graduate students, faculty and staff are specially invited to attend an EGSA Social Gathering among fellow students, faculty and staff.  This event will be an opportunity to learn more about the EGSA and the supports offered, network with other students, and enjoy a community get-together with pizza and refreshments. We look forward to seeing you in October!  

Contact Us

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Email President Lecia Ellis: