Members of the Graduate Student Society’s (GSS) new executive team — president Adam Pillon, vice-president of academic affairs Mahabuba Sultana, vice-president finance Katherine Matchett, and vice-president university affairs Youstina Asaad — have officially settled into their roles.
Advocacy is a top priority for his term, Pillon says. He hopes to ensure graduate students feel welcomed and connected to the campus community.
“I want to implement programs that provide more benefit to the GSS members, such as student award programs to recognize outstanding graduate students,” says Pillon. “I’d also like to see the implementation of free menstrual products and changing tables across campus to increase accessibility to these services.”
The new executive will serve through 2021-22. To learn more about the GSS, visit its website: uwindsorgss.ca.