Architecture Students' Association
|ASA Head Office||
815 Sherbrooke Street West |
MacDonald Harrington Building
Montréal, Québec H3A 2K6
The McGill Architecture Students' Association (ASA) is the official representation of all undergraduate architecture students at McGill. Since 2011, the ASA has been part of the McGill Engineering Undergraduate Society (EUS). The ASA is also part of the Canadian Architecture Students' Association (CASA). If you are enrolled in the B.Sc.(Arch) program at McGill, you are a member of the ASA. The ASA Council is the governing body of the ASA and comprises 17 members, all undergraduate students.
Besides organizing events and fun activities, the ASA acts as a liaison between the professors, staff and administration of the School of Architecture and its undergraduate students. At the faculty level, the ASA has 4 seats on the council of the Engineering Undergraduate Society (EUS). The ASA also works to connect architecture students together with the larger creative and architecture community in Montreal.
The ASA is mandated to ensure the quality of student life for all its members by promoting and protected the needs and interests of students, providing social, cultural and academic activities and acting as a representation of its members within and outside the University.
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Quality of Education Committee
The Quality of Education Committee(QEC, not to be confused with the Quebec Engineering Competition), or Committee pour la qualite de l'education(C.q.é), meets on a monthly basis to academically advocate for the undergraduate population. The QEC is chaired by the ASA VP Academic, who is charged with the general logistics of the group. Any undergraduate student in Architecture is permitted to attend the meetings as a non-voting guest.
The Graduate Architecture Students' Association (GASA) has recently been established. Until 2010, the ASA also represented graduate architecture students at McGill. When architecture students decided to join the Engineering Undergraduate Society (EUS) in November 2010, the ASA was forced to change its constitution to reflect the undergraduate nature of its new parent organisation.
The student council consists of an executive committee of departmental and class representatives. Membership of the ASA Executive shall comprise:
- The President
- The Vice President Academics
- The Vice President Finance
- The Vice President Events
- The Vice President Internal
- The Vice President Communications
- The Vice President External
- The Vice President Administration(s)
- Brown Bag Coordinator(s)
- Equity and Mental Health Representative(s)
- U0 Representative
- U1 Representative
- U2 Representative
- U3 Representative
ASA Executive Team
The ASA Council is the governing body of the ASA and is comprised of 17 members, all undergraduate students at the School of Architecture.
|VP Academic||Gabrielle Goldman|
|VP Finance||Jonah Rappaport|
|VP Internal||Isabelle Pinault|
|VP Events||Elif Kurkcu|
|VP Communications||Sahil Adnan|
|VP External||Kaitlyn Podwalski|
|VP Administrations||Maria Teleman & Nadia Antoniadis|
|Brown Bag Coordinators||Thomas King & Hermine Demael|
|Mental Health and Equity Coordinator||Sara Cipolla & Taylor Wasserman|
|U0 Representative||Ishaan Anand|
|U1 Representative||David Sorokine|
|U2 Representative||Jasmine Yu|
|U3 Representative||Téa Canton|
Social and Academic Events
The School of Architecture organizes its Main Lecture Series which brings leading architects from all over the world to McGill as well as exhibitions and workshops on contemporary issues. The ASA hosts events that aim to bring together students from its undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate programs including the monthly Bagel Mornings, End of Year Banquet, Brown Bag Lectures while also organizing career development focused events such as Firm Crawls and Portfolio Review Sessions.