Jolliffe Club is the graduate student council for the Department of Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering. The club represents the graduate students of the department at both the department- and school-level. Jolliffe Club plans and executes social and academic events for the graduate students.
If you have an idea for an event or would like to learn more, reach out to the Jolliffe Club executive members at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current Executive Members (2023-2024)
President: Evan Dressel
Vice President: Billy Hoyle
Treasurer: Taylor Morrell
Secretary: Evan Dressel and Billy Hoyle
Events Co-ordinators: Sarah Hatherly and Stephanie Bridgeland
Geo-Colloquium Co-ordinators: Emelie Gagnon and Anne Joseph
I-EDIAA Representative: Funmi Akinleye
AESRC Representative: Allison Howes
PSAC 901 Steward: Ross Campbell
Graduate Program Committee Representatives: Brittany Ramsay and March Rochette
What is Geo-Colloquium (GeoQ)?
Geo-Colloquium, fondly known as GeoQ, is a speaker series organized by the Jolliffe Club that gives graduate students, faculty members, and undergraduate students the opportunity to present their research or other topics of interest to the department in a low-stress, supportive environment. GeoQ is an excellent chance to practice a presentation before a conference, teach the department about your research, or share a cool field work experience or industry experience!
Email email@example.com if you would like to sign up for a presentation slot!
- Writing Workshops
- Halloween Pumpkin Carving
- Halloween Candy Grams
- Geo Night at the Kingston Frontenacs
- Social Hours at the Grad Club
- MacKinnon Brothers Brewery tours
- Geo Movie nights