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Enoch A-iyeh

President

University of Manitoba Graduate Student Association

HQ Phone:  (204) 474-9181

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University of Manitoba Graduate Student Association

221 University Centre 61 Chancellor's Circle

Winnipeg, Manitoba,R3T 2N2

Canada

Company Description

Each year the UMGSA publishes a handbook for graduate students to help them organize their schedule for success. Feel free to pick one up at our offices on the Fort Garry and Bannatyne campuses. The "Graduate Student Handbook" was developed by the UMGSA to a...more

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Employment History

Doctoral Candidate

ECE, University of Manitoba


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2016 UMGSA election candidates - The Gradzette

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Background and experience: Enoch A-iyeh is currently serving as vice-president external of the UMGSA where he worked in expanding the external relations of the organization.
During his tenure, he organized a very successful and highly productive GU15 conference. This afforded UMGSA the opportunity to shape and inform graduate student policies and governance. He has worked with a member of the Manitoba Legislative Assembly for graduate students' causes and has encouraged dialogue on the controversial budget cuts implemented by the university. Enoch focuses on providing input geared toward graduate student-friendly policies and opportunities on all committees he serves on. Notwithstanding, he has an understanding of the UMGSA structure and processes from his experiences. Enoch is driven by the simple philosophy that "we are in this together. Enoch intends to drive outreach efforts to the over 90 graduate disciplines in the university - a drive that should curb the perpetual absence of student membership at UMGSA. Through inclusion strategies and active participation, Enoch will engage graduate students and solicit their inputs towards achieving a comprehensive association. Further, Enoch intends to address the outward-focused financial approach of the current leadership by streamlining financial processes, minimizing costs and redirecting resources to priority issues. A vote for Enoch is a vote for prioritization of the needs of graduate students and their issues; active and strong advocacy; increased cooperation; available tools and opportunities for success; enhanced graduate student outreach; active engagement; and a sustainable outlook on the operations and processes of the UMGSA.


Interview with Enoch A-iyeh, president of the UMGSA - The Gradzette

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A-iyeh said he hopes to increase financial resources as well as graduate student engagement during his tenure as president.
Enoch A-iyeh is a master's student from the electrical and computer engineering department. He served as vice-president external of UMGSA during the 2015-2016 academic year. A-iyeh hopes to continue his work and address five primary goals he's put forward as your new UMGSA president: establish a stronger bond between the UMGSA and graduate students, prevent or reduce future budget cuts, streamline UMGSA finances, definitively end their relationship with the Canadian Federation of Students, and improve the availability of UMGSA travel awards as well as funds to offset publication fees for graduate students. If you have any comments or suggestions, A-iyeh invites you to email him at pres@umgsa.org.


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