Geography Undergraduate Society (GUS)

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Who is GUS?

You are! GUS was founded in 1995 to provide both an informal academic and social environment for geography students. Since then, GUS has sponsored many events, including a ski trip to Manning Park, paintball, hikes to Lightening Lakes and Teapot Hill, white water rafting, a skating party, student-faculty Christmas socials, student-faculty bowling nights, and (shown below) Hallowe'en corn maze visits. Other activities have included attending guest lectures at Lower Mainland universities, and pub and movie nights.

2014-2015 GUS Executive

  • President:  Alexandria Bragg
  • Vice President: Ellen Clemence
  • Executive VP: Christian Parr
  • Treasurer: Tyler Blackman
  • Secretary: Julie Henderson

  
2013-2014 Executive

People in photo: Girls in front row from left to right are: Julie Kanya, Sophie Smith, Samantha Scott, Kalei Swanson;
Guys in back row left to right: Kevin Scharffenberg, Jordan Head

Joining GUS provides a great opportunity for students to get involved in departmental life, and meet other students who share similar interests in a casual setting. More information about GUS contact gus@ufv.ca.

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