VP Student Affairs
As VP Student Affairs, we oversee all matters related to student health and wellness, student mistreatment and career counselling. We work closely with the MD administration including the Learner Affairs office, the office of Learner Experience, the CAP curriculum leads and advocate for the needs of the student body across all four years and the MD/PhD classes.
VP Student Affairs Sr.
Hi! If I haven’t met you yet my name is Hammad. You’ll probably find me in the gym procrastinating from studying ;) I consider myself a foodie and enjoy exploring our city for new places to eat. Some of my major interests are learning about the various factors that affect our physical and mental well-being. If that sounds like you, please feel free to reach out to me for a chat.
1. Consolidate student wellness data into an annual/biannual report
2. Create a directory and guide to help preclerks find research positions
3. Help build and expand current peer wellness support program
Year Plan and Goals
Reasons to Contact Me
Please contact me to discuss any matters of Student Wellness (including how to access wellness resources/counselling and how to identify/report mistreatment)
Also feel free to reach out if you would like to talk about the role and what I do!
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VP Student Affairs Jr.
Hello! My name is Aro Bhattacharjee and I am excited to serve as your VP Internal Affairs Jr. for this school year. I look forward to expanding and improving support systems for students and helping make sure that everyone is getting the support they need. Prior to med school I was doing my undergrad at the University of Guelph in Biomedical Sciences. While doing my undergrad, I had various leadership roles in student wellness advocacy. I hope to expand on those experiences to better serve my new community.
Year Plans and Goals
I want to compile a list of wellness resources so it is easier for students to access and navigate when they are in need. I also would like to try facilitate an annual survey on student wellness.
Reasons to Contact Me
1. Any concerns with student wellness
2. Difficulty contacting wellness resources
3. You just want to talk!
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