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SRA Social Sciences

The Student Representative Assembly (SRA), the governing body of the MSU, is composed of undergraduate students elected by their peers, inside each academic faculty. The SRA Social Sciences caucus represents McMaster Social Sciences students at biweekly meetings throughout the academic year. SRA meetings are open, public forums, to which anyone can attend without invitation or reservation. Students are always welcome to bring forward ideas, concerns, and questions to their SRA representatives. To contact SRA Social Sciences, email srassci@msu.mcmaster.ca
 

Representatives

Aarij Ahmed
Lauren Arnold
Shemar Hackett
Uwais Patel (Caucus Leader)
Kirstin Webb
 

Year Plan

Each SRA caucus puts forward a year plan to make known their goals for the year. Students are welcome to reach out with any questions, comments, or concerns.
 

We have a lot of fun initiatives directed for Social Science students this year. We plan to work with the McMaster Social Sciences Society and various other groups to improve your experience as a Social Science student. We want to provide a time and place for students to network, as well as inspire them to realize their fullest capabilities. 

Learn more about our year plan here:

 

 

Reports

SRA caucuses periodically create reports to update constituents and the assembly on their progress. All SRA reports may be found here.
 
 

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