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Anthropology Department Student Association (ADSA) (ADSA)

The group will collectively represent the students enrolled in Anthropology program at the University of Toronto Scarborough in a democratic manner.

- The group will collectively represent the students enrolled in Anthropology programs at the University of Toronto Scarborough in a democratic manner.
- The DSA will function to enhance the academic experience of students enrolled in the Anthropology programs in the following ways:
- Enhancing academic progression and engagement for students in the Anthropology departments at the University of Toronto Scarborough.
- The creation of a community where students can interact with each other within common academic interests in a safe and friendly environment.
- The creation of a community where students can interact with faculty members of the Anthropology department to promote research, volunteer, and work opportunities.
- Providing advisory services for students within the Anthropology department, such as mentorship and essay editing.
- Working with the faculty to assess and improve courses offered by the department of Anthropology to ensure progression of the department’s academics with the interest of student body.
- A place for students at the University of Toronto Scarborough to voice their opinions and concerns regarding academics, administration and faculty in a sensitive and safe environment.

Contact Information

Primary Contact
Seemil Chaudhry
Secondary Contact
Maggie Cummings
Group Email Address
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Group Profile

Organization Type
Recognized Student Group
Campus Association
Scarborough (UTSC)
Areas of Interest
Academic
Culture And Identities
Social
Renewal Date
September 30, 2020
Social
Facebook
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Group Leaders

Seemil Chaudhry
President
Maggie Cummings
Departmental Validator