EOAS Student Diversity & Inclusion
The Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Committee leads initiatives and provides resources and support to faculty, staff and students in the Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences (EOAS) that foster inclusivity and promote equity and diversity. To know more about EDI in EOAS, the EOAS EDI Committee, and EDI Resources, please click here.
Graduate Student Council
The Graduate Student Council represents our graduate students, has representatives in departmental and UBC-wide groups, organizes social activities (ski trip, camping trip and grad socials), recreational events, safety and sustainability, and many more!
If you are interested in joining the Graduate Student Council, please send an email to the council or come to our annual election every September!
- Email address to members: email@example.com
Also, check out the EOAS Graduate Student Handbook (log-in required) we developed! You can find general information on EOAS graduate programs, contacts, resources, academics, EOAS activities/events, student life, and communication.
Graduate Student Events
We have a variety of graduate student events happening at EOAS. Join us!
Everyone is welcome to department meetings. These meetings are normally held twice a month and it is a great way for you to find out what is going on in the department.
The EOAS colloquium series has been excellent in terms of both the quality of the talks, their breadth and the diversity of the speakers. The follow up specialized talks and discussions on Fridays have also been very rich. The Colloquium series is held every Thursday. The colloquium schedule can be found here.
Come listen to short vignettes and stories related to some of the most inspired and inspiring work being carried across EOAS!
Join with like-minded people in events where diversity, equity and inclusion are the common factors.
Please join us for coffee hour every two weeks! Brew up a coffee or a tea, grab a snack, and come say hello. Of course, everyone is welcome!
Come take part in an evening of research communication with the aim to highlight the work done by students (undergrads, grads), postdocs, researchers, and faculty in our department. It is the perfect time to learn more about all the different topics addressed by our department. Everyone is welcome to attend!