UMGSA Office Staff

Our office staff are here to assist you with any and all needs you may have as a graduate student. Please feel free to ask any questions you might have about the UMGSA, our resources, or anything about graduate student life. If you have a question we can’t answer, we will point you in the right direction.

Ruth Prokesch, Office Manager

gsa@umgsa.org

Welcome Grad Students! I’d like to introduce myself to those of you who are new to the GSA. I’m the Office Manager, and will probably be the first face you see when you come by the office at 221 University Centre (right above the Bookstore). Check out all the services that the GSA has to offer you. If you’re attending a conference, and have applied for a Conference Grant, I will be the person to see to get your cheque. I love grad students, and learning about who you are, and where you come from. The GSA Office is YOUR office. You’re always welcome to come by to use the computers, printer, scanner, or fax. You can study, use the microwave, eat your lunch or have a tea or coffee, or just relax! It’s a quiet and welcoming space, and we encourage you to use it. I’m looking forward to seeing  you!

Jayne Hammond, Office Assistant

assistant@umgsa.org

I’m a graduate student finishing up my studies at the Desautels Faculty of Music, where I study Voice Performance.  When I’m not singing in operas and concerts at the University of Manitoba and around Winnipeg, you can find me in the Graduate Students’ Association offices helping out the Executive.  I earned a BMus Honours and Diploma in Opera from Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, ON, where I was a representative on both House Council and Arts Council, but I call Victoria, BC, home.  I have first-hand experience with the resources the GSA offers, so feel free to ask me any questions about conference grants or anything else you may need assistance with.