At nearly 400 graduate students, we represent one of the largest graduate student communities within the faculty of engineering and the University of Alberta as a whole; it is one that is highly diverse. Great opportunities exist in bringing together such a large community. The Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate Students' Association encompasses all the grad students of our fair department, and the duly-elected ECEGSA Executive is its representative body. Our mission: represent the student body, and make the ECE department (and world) a better place, one grad student at a time. Please contact us, or any of the councilors directly for any suggestions on how we could play a more proactive role to improve your graduate student experience.
The Electrical and Computer Graduate Students' Association (ECEGSA) is a student-run organization at the University of Alberta Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering that looks after the social, professional, and academic well being and development of nearly 400 ECE graduate students. The ECEGSA also helps host the Faculty of Engineering Graduate Research Symposium, a faculty-wide conference promoting student communication and linking academic and industry leaders with emerging researchers. Our current executives are dedicated to the well being of ECE graduate students. We also host events every month with refreshments, fun and informative sessions.